Welcome to Alabama MGMA!
Alabama Medical Group Management Association is a vital resource for healthcare professionals and medical group managers throughout the state. Through educational programs, mentoring, advocacy and networking, our members attain professional growth and development. Founded in 1976, Alabama MGMA is the State Affiliate Chapter of MGMA the nation's principal voice for the medical group practice profession.
The healthcare industry is ever changing and membership with Alabama MGMA helps keep our members current in this dynamic profession. Whether you are new to medical practice management or a seasoned veteran, membership with Alabama MGMA can advance your career and fuel your personal and professional growth.
More than 750 members from across the state rely on Alabama MGMA to serve as their resource for information, education, exchange of ideas and industry contacts so that they can provide quality management and leadership to their physicians and staff. Alabama MGMA's diverse membership is comprised of administrators, managers, supervisors, faculty, students and other healthcare professionals representing practices of all sizes and specialties. These practices can range from solo, group and rural practices to university-based practices and multi-specialty clinics.
Free Monthly Member Webinars
June 14, 2022 / 12:00pm CST
Human Trafficking: Do You Know Who is in Your Exam Room?
Melony Hilton, RN, MBA, FACMPE, CPHRM, CCM
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ABOUT THE WEBINAR: Human trafficking is a global health and human rights issue involving the exploitation of millions of people and yielding profits of more than $150 billion per year. Healthcare professionals can be a victim’s most promising lifeline when they have the knowledge and tools to identify and respond appropriately. To be able to serve this vulnerable population, providers and staff must be able to identify and provide care with a trauma-informed approach while factoring in the legal and ethical issues.
• Recognize red flags and clinical indicators of Human Trafficking
• Gain an understanding of the elements of trafficking
• Utilize screening tools used to help determine if a patient may be a trafficking victim
• Understand the importance of Trauma-Informed Care as it related to Human Trafficking
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ALMGMA Summer Conference
August 3-5, 2022
Sandestin Resort, Village of Baytowne Wharf
Exhibit Space Sold Out Sponsorships still available at the Alabama MGMA Summer Conference
P.O. Box 380124
Birmingham, AL 35238-0124
Phone: (205) 981-0011
Fax: (205) 981-2901.
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