No change in AMA dues for 2006
NEWS IN BRIEF — Posted July 11, 2005
The American Medical Association won't raise membership dues.
At its Annual Meeting in Chicago in June, the association's House of Delegates voted to keep dues for regular members at $420 annually in 2006. Physicians in their second year of practice will continue to pay $315; physicians in the military will pay $280; physicians in their first year of practice will pay $210; residents will pay $45; and medical students will pay $20.
Note: This item originally appeared at http://www.ama-assn.org/amednews/2005/07/11/prbf0711.htm.