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The Association of Academic Surgical Administrators is the association for administrative and physician leaders in the field of academic surgery administration. Members include Directors, Billing Officers, Human Resources, CFOs, and all levels of administration. AASA aims to cultivate a thriving community of successful surgical administrators by inspiring members to contribute, learn and network.
The Boston Chapter ALA is committed to providing members with unique educational and networking opportunities to help them enhance their skills both personally and professionally. The Chapter is also committed to making a difference in the community by fundraising and volunteering time at several local charities.
The Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) is a nonprofit international organization of professionals serving the legal community. ALA is structured into regions and chapters in order to meet the needs of local members. The Washington, D.C. chapter, the "Capital Chapter," is one of the largest chapters and was founded October 23,1973.
The Boston Estate Planning Council is a multi-disciplinary community of over 700 estate and wealth planning professionals. The Council provides educational programs and networking opportunities to help its members build and strengthen relationships, learn about ideas and strategies, and share thought leadership.
Since 1892 the Columbia University Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Association, Inc. (CUPHSONAA) has served all graduates of the School of Nursing of the Presbyterian Hospital in the City of New York, all graduates of the Columbia University School of Nursing, and all members of the unincorporated body known as the "Alumnae Association of the Presbyterian Hospital Training School for Nurses in the City of New York."
The Connecticut Association of Healthcare Executives (CTAHE) represents professionals who manage the business affairs of healthcare organizations throughout the state of Connecticut. No other professional association is more inclusive and essential for meeting the career needs and interests of healthcare executives in Connecticut as the healthcare industry transforms to value-based care. CTAHE is a chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives, which you can read more about below.
The High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) was formed to provide education and collaboration to our global members for the prevention and investigation of high tech crimes. As such, HTCIA aspires to help all those in the high technology field by providing extensive information, education, collective partnerships, mutual member benefits, astute board leadership and professional management.
The International Women’s Forum of Massachusetts (IWF/MA) proudly carries forward the legacy of our founders, which can be measured in the increasing number of women leaders who count themselves as members today. Through our events and initiatives we encourage the sharing of ideas, foster relationships and recognize and celebrate each other’s contributions and accomplishments.
The AAP/ASCI/APSA Joint Meeting is the Premier Meeting for Physician-Scientists. The meeting is the combined annual gathering of attendees from the Association of American Physicians, the American Society for Clinical Investigation and the American Physician Scientists Association. The meeting features presentations of high-level discoveries from distinguished researchers and provides an environment of inspiration, collaboration, and collegiality for all physician-scientists and those in the pathway to becoming physician-scientists.
MAPA exists to serve and represent the Physician Assistant profession in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It is committed to having a proactive influence on health care policy decision making, and to being an advocate that facilitates for the advancement of Massachusetts Physician Assistants at the state level. MAPA also committed to keeping our members apprised of evolving professional developments, and to providing quality educational and networking opportunities by sponsoring Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences and other events.
Maryland GFOA is a non-profit professional association of State, local and private financial management professionals. It is the local chapter of its international affiliate, the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada. With nearing 700 members, the MDGFOA is dedicated to the sound management of government financial resources. It provides training programs, conferences, and other services to enhance the skills and performance of those involved in government finance policy and management.
The Massachusetts Society of Health-System Pharmacists (MSHP) was founded in 1945 to foster the professional growth of hospital pharmacy in Massachusetts. In the 1960’s, MSHP became affiliated with the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists (ASHP) now known as the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
The mission of the New England-Canada Business Council (NECBC) is to advance business, political, and cultural relationships between Canada and the United States and to help members grow their cross-border professional networks. Founded in 1981, the NECBC is one of the leading non-profit organizations working to sustain and expand the strong and mutually valuable connections between New England and Canada.
The New England Society of Association Executives is the association for associations in New England! Our members are individuals involved in the management of professional societies and trade associations as well as their suppliers. Members represent associations of all sizes and include CEOs, Executive Directors, Membership Directors, Meeting Planners,and other areas of association administration. Industry partners represent hotels, conference centers, function facilities, CVBs, webinar companies, AMS providers, lawyers, lobbyists, exposition companies and other providers of services to the association community.
Membership in the New England Society for Healthcare Communications provides you with opportunities to share your professional skills and expertise, network with colleagues, and learn with fellow healthcare communications professionals. The professional support and interaction you enjoy as a NESHCo member helps you achieve the highest level of performance in public relations and marketing, advancing your professional goals as well as those of your organization.
The National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel (NPIAP) is an independent not-for-profit professional organization dedicated to the prevention and management of pressure injuries. Formed in 1986, the NPIAP Board of Directors is composed of leading experts from different health care disciplines— all of whom share a commitment to the prevention and management of pressure injuries. The NPIAP serves as a resource to health care professionals, government, the public, and health care agencies; and welcomes and encourages the participation of those interested in pressure injury issues through utilization of NPIAP educational materials, participation at national conferences, and support of efforts in public policy, education and research.
SNA of Massachusetts is a state affiliate of the School Nutrition Association. SNA brings information, services and continuing education to school food service professionals in Massachusetts. It sponsors at least two conferences annually in which attendees are exposed to speakers, workshops and exhibits that showcase the latest ideas and address the most current issues in school food service. If you are a school food service professional, this is the place to be.