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There were very few women physician executives when she stumbled upon an organization called the I American Academy of Medical Directors (AAMD), which was later renamed the American College of Physician Executives.
the Thyroid Foundation of America, American Academy of Medical Directors, The Endocrine Society, Massachusetts Medical Society, and The Worcester District Medical Society.
Mayberry belongs to the American Academy of Medical Directors, the Society of Medical Administrators and the Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Science.
Deering was encouraged to enlarge his horizons--"build relationships, network"--by Jack Pollard, CEO of the neighboring Carle Clinic and a founding member of the American Academy of Medical Directors.
We recognized the need for physicians in administration, and we were going to start as a branch -- the American Academy of Medical Directors.
Be willing to risk and take chances When I started the American Academy of Medical Directors (now ACPE) in 1975, I was lucky that it was a time in my life when I was willing to say, "I'm going out on limb here.
That,s how I started picking up skills, and later I heard about the American Academy of Medical Directors (now ACPE) and began attending classes there.
Falls Church, VA: American Academy of Medical Directors, 1980:57-69.