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Over the years, the IOMC has evolved. We have expanded to reflect the many disciplines and professions involved in health care delivery—nurses, dentists, pharmacists, lawyers, hospital leaders, health insurance and for-profit health industry leaders—all who play a role in the transforming healthcare field.
By joining the IOMC, you are a member of a richly diverse group of professionals with varying experiences, education and achievements, yet all with a desire to work toward the kind of positive change in healthcare that is stated in the IOMC vision.
Nomination Process: IOMC is an honorific membership organization. Upon receipt of the applicants information, the IOMC Membership Committee will review the candidate based on the individual's work at a local or national level that impacts one or more of the following:
Participation in IOMC activities,
Community involvement (actions demonstrating an active and interest in the health of the community).
Nominators should highlight the significant contributions made to as many areas listed above and how the member/fellow would contribute to the mission and vision of IOMC.
Fellow: serves on committee/s, work groups or other activities approved by the Board. Fellows are graduates from healthcare programs or distinguished persons engaged in allied professions. Fellows have professional contributions that are meritorious, are recognized leaders, have demonstrated an active interest in the health of the community, manifest the highest ethics, standards, and principles of professionalism, and possess those professional and personal attributes which make the individual desirable for Fellowship in the Institute.
Benefits of Joining IOMC for the Fellow:
Billings Society Fellow: serve as a leader within IOMC and recognition at IOMC programs and publications. Billings Society Fellows are active leaders and ambassadors for IOMC.
Fellows are invited to compile a portfolio of IOMC activity whether on committees, work groups, and as mentors. The portfolio should be presented to the membership committee and Board to support the following. activity can be described reviewed as Fellows and the work that highlights active work promoting IOMC strategic goals, serve on committees, and mentorship.
Benefits of Billings Society Fellow: