The Massachusetts Orthopaedic Association is the only statewide organization representing orthopaedic surgeons in the Commonwealth. We represent the surgeons interests in dealing with the socio-economic issues affecting their practices and their ability to care for their patients. More about MOA
This year's program includes:
The MOA is pleased to welcome special guest
Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Massachusetts
All 2016 MOA dues paid Members and Emeritus Members attend at the reduced rate of $75.00. If you have not submitted Membership Dues for 2016, you can renew your dues for $300.00 and register for the meeting $75.00 using one registration form. Residents and Fellows are welcome to attend free of charge.
The MOA is the ONLY in-state organization working diligently to be the collective representative for orthopaedists and your continued involvement will enable us to project a strong, unified voice on state and national issues in 2016. We need each of you to renew your dues, recruit new colleagues to join, and take an active part in the political and legislative process that impacts the future of our profession.
The MOA is pleased to provide members with the Association's legal primer, “Principal Strategic Options for Orthopaedists to Remain Independent in Our Rapidly Evolving Health Care System.”
The detailed white paper reviews options for Massachusetts' orthopaedic surgeons to continue in independent, private practice. The review is provided by Attorney Michael Blau, Foley & Lardner and the paper, spearheaded and initiated by the Massachusetts Orthopaedic Association was supported in part by funding from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and has been released nationally by the AAOS in an effort to inform all orthopaedic surgeons throughout the country of viable practice options. Click here to download your copy.