Keeping a Finger on Members’ Pulse Delivers Long-Term Growth for AMA
It achieved record growth during COVID-19
Last month, the American Medical Association (AMA) celebrated its 175th anniversary—a milestone made even more significant because this year AMA marks 11 consecutive years of membership growth, topping more than 275,000 members.
AMA has remained relevant to members over the long haul by paying attention to what members actually want. For example, AMA has a house of delegates—comprised of more than 190 state and specialty medical societies, medical students and residents, and other stakeholders—that guides policy decisions. Most physicians belong to two, three and, sometimes, four of those societies.
That means "they're represented in various ways and that keeps our finger on the pulse of what physicians are thinking and what their priorities are," said AMA CEO James Madara, M.D.
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