The Medical Group Management Association of Greater Kansas City (MGMA-GKC) is a not-for-profit corporation comprised of Administrators, Medical Managers, Allied Health Professionals, and Business Partners from in and around the Kansas City, Missouri region.
OUR GOAL: The goal of MGMA-GKC is to provide networking and continuing educational opportunities for our members, which is in keeping with our mission and vision statements. We continually strive to increase our benefits to our members and provide a valuable service to the healthcare community of Greater Kansas City, Missouri area.
AFFILIATION: MGMA-GKC is a local chapter of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), a National MGMA Organization and their affiliate state organization, MGMA-Missouri. These organizations provide additional educational opportunities for our medical managers and exhibit opportunities for our partners. Separate memberships are required for both the national organization and the Missouri or Kansas state chapters.
COMMITTEES: Our committee structure shifts as the needs of our medical manager members change. Currently we have active committees to facilitate awarding of scholarships, to coordinate our educational conference, to investigate national and state government regulations, to schedule periodic webinars, to develop practicums on current healthcare interests, to schedule monthly meeting programs, to maintain and enhance our website, and to coordinate periodic networking events.
GKCMMA OFFICE: The office is available to answer all your questions about membership, committees, meetings, and more. Please do not hesitate to contact us via email. email@example.com or call 913-907-7271.
MISSION STATEMENT: MGMA-GKC will provide education and assistance to its membership, fostering collaboration with all stakeholders in the health care system to influence the direction of health care.
VISION STATEMENT: Partnering business excellence with clinical excellence to redirect health care toward the goal of patient advocacy. Enabling members and physicians to be a proactive, empowered force in directing the business of medicine, embracing current technology in pursuit of this vision.
Code of Ethics
Certain characteristics of personal conduct are essential to being an effective and productive medical practice executive. As a member of this organization, you agree to represent the profession with honesty and integrity, to participate as an intergral part of the heathcare provider team, to advance your professional growth through education, to defend the confidentiality of the patients, to be a good steward of practice resources, and to conduct yourself in a manner which maintains the highest degree of personal and professional ethics.