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What does SCMA stand for?

SCMA stands for South Carolina Medical Association


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In the latest Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association (Volume 108, No.
The agreement has been endorsed by 20 state and county medical associations, including the Alaska State Medical Association, California Medical Association, Connecticut State Medical Society, Denton County (TX) Medical Association, El Paso (CO) Medical Society, Florida Medical Association, Hawaii Medical Association, Louisiana State Medical Society, Medical Association of Georgia, Medical Society of New Jersey, Medical Society of the State of New York, Nebraska Medical Association, New Hampshire Medical Society, North Carolina Medical Society, Northern Virginia Medical Societies, South Carolina Medical Association, Tennessee Medical Association, Texas Medical Association, Washington State Medical Association and Vermont Medical Society.
The agreement has been endorsed by 20 state and county medical associations, including the Alaska State Medical Association, California Medical Association, Connecticut State Medical Society, Denton County (TX) Medical Association, El Paso (CO) Medical Society, Florida Medical Association, Hawaii Medical Association, Louisiana State Medical Society, Medical Association of Georgia, Medical Society of New Jersey, Medical Society of the State of New York, Nebraska Medical Association, New Hampshire Medical Society, North Carolina Medical Society, Northern Virginia Medical Societies, South Carolina Medical Association, Tennessee Medical Association, Texas Medical Association, Washington State Medical Association and Vermont Medical Association.
As Congress continues to battle the national deficit and seek ways to reduce spending, the South Carolina Medical Association (SCMA) called on the state's Congressmen and Senators to repeal the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) to protect patients, increase quality care and strengthen longer term spending priorities.
The agreement has been endorsed by 19 state and county medical societies, including the Alaska State Medical Association, California Medical Association, Connecticut State Medical Society, Denton County (TX) Medical Association, El Paso (CO) Medical Society, Florida Medical Association, Hawaii Medical Association, Louisiana State Medical Society, Medical Association of Georgia, Medical Society of New Jersey, Medical Society of the State of New York, Nebraska Medical Association, New Hampshire Medical Society, North Carolina Medical Society, Northern Virginia Medical Societies, South Carolina Medical Association, Tennessee Medical Association, Texas Medical Association, Washington State Medical Association as well as the American Medical Association.