AAMD

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AAMDAssociation of Art Museum Directors
AAMDAmerican Association on Mental Deficiency
AAMDAmerican Association of Medical Dosimetrists
AAMDApartment Association of Metro Denver (Denver, CO)
AAMDAmerican Academy of Medical Directors
AAMDAir-to-Air Missile Defense
AAMDAdvanced Aerospace Materials and Devices (NASA Ames Research Center)
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Forty years ago the American Academy of Medical Directors was born from a Robert Wood Johnson grant focused on improving medical management.
So when he heard about the American Academy of Medical Directors, which later became ACPE, it struck a chord.
As the career winds down, a brass on walnut item signifying membership in the American Academy of Medical Directors, a new organization supporting a new career.
The American College of Physician Executives (formerly the American Academy of Medical Directors) has grown from 64 members in 1975 to nearly 5,000 in 1989.
The first formal recognition of the medical management profession came from the American Medical Association in 1984, when the College (then the American Academy of Medical Directors) was awarded a seat in the AMA House of Delegates.
The members and officers of ABMM previously served on the boards of the College and of the American Academy of Medical Directors. Some of them also served on the examination committee that was responsible for the process by which physician executives were accepted as members of the College and were elevated to fellowship.
Presentation at National Conference on Health Care Leadership and Management, American Academy of Medical Directors, Hilton Head, S.C., May 13-17, 1985.
Members of the American Academy of Medical Directors (AAMD), now the American College of Physician Executives, were randomly selected as evaluators.
Tampa, Ra.: American Academy of Medical Directors, 1980, pp.
Preparatory to the creation of the ABMM, the American College of Physician Executives, then the American Academy of Medical Directors, took many steps that place the ABMM in a good position to achieve recognition.
In a new monograph from the American Academy of Medical Directors Entrepreneurism and the Physician Executive, 19.95 ($14.95 for AAMD members)), John R.
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