The combination of high technology, government controls, a massive and cumbersome infrastructure, the big dollars and high customer expectation levels is a good indicator of the need for industry associations. A glance at the convention schedule in any major city will bear this out.

Many physician groups, hospitals, insurers and other care providers take advantage of association membership to learn about news, products and procedures. In addition, many organizations offer substantial savings on equipment and training by pooling buying power.

Health Care : Associations and Organizations

The American Association of Health Plans

Association for the Care of Children's Health

Association of Healthcare Medical Lawyers Join us in our goal to prevent and expose healthcare provider fraud in the United States. Become a member, report fraud on our hotline and displaying our logo proudly on your site and on all of your printed material telling your patients or customers that you support the elimination of healthcare provider fraud. Please add us as a link. Why not let everyone know that now the "Healthcare Advocators"(sm) are here to reduce those medical bills?

American Medical Association

American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) Represents nearly 6,000 facilities managers, engineers, clinical engineering/medical equipment managers, and professionals in the fields of health care design & construction, and safety. Membership fee required for access.

The Center for Health Design Includes discussion, case studies, competition information, and links to related sites, the Ęsclepius newsletter and other publications.

The Healthcare Forum - Building new visions and models of care for individual, organizational, and community health.

Institute on Aging & Environment University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

How to List Your Company or Organization in the Health Care Index
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