Louisiana Medical Group Management Association
For active membership, you must be currently employed in medical practice management. Dues are $75 per calendar year. Upon approval of your application and receipt of your dues, you will receive your membership packet and monthly speaker announcements.
To join or renew your membership in MGMA-Baton Rouge, download this form.
Membership in our Chapter is a sign that you are serious about growing in knowledge and professionalism in the field of medical management.
Among the many benefits of Chapter membership are:
Networking opportunities where members have the opportunity to meet and interact with other medical managers to share information, concerns and problems.
Continuing education and other resources are provided at monthly meetings through informative speakers and discussions, addressing pertinent practice management topics.
All this is, of course, in addition to the camaraderie and friendships you develop as a member of the Baton Rouge Chapter.
Another benefit of membership is the possibility of future employment opportunities. Frequently, members know of an opportunity that is available. This can prove to be a valuable resource for someone looking for a change. Members can also be a great referral source of good employees for your organization when the need arises.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President: Tim Barrett Vice President: Tom Baggett Treasurer: Anna Beth Scarle Secretary: Lee Cox
1st Past President: Steven Winkler 2nd Past President: Edie Tucker 3rd Past President: Barbara LaBauve
Crawfish Boil- May 4@ Mike Anderson's
membership must be current to attend
HISTORYThe Baton Rouge Chapter began in 1978. A cadre of four medical practice managers saw the need to establish an association for professionals in medical practice management. Their purpose was to create a forum where practice managers could gather to further their knowledge and professionalism in the field. From that humble beginning, our present day organization now has over 75 active members.
The need for professionalism and structure became apparent as membership increased and the field grew in complexity. A formal constitution and bylaws were written in 1990. On October 1, 1991, by decree of the Secretary of State, the Baton Rouge Management Association was officially incorporated in the State of Louisiana.