Why join?

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As a physician, joining KMS is an important indication of your commitment to the profession of medicine and to the patients you serve. More than 3/4 of Kansas physicians are members of KMS because they understand the important and valuable role this organization plays. Our priorities are physician priorities:

  • Keeping the practice of medicine in physician hands
  • Improving the practice environment in our state
  • Ensuring the physician voice is well-represented in the legislative & regulatory arena

KMS' mission is centered on advocacy; it's job #1 for us. Every physician in the state--member or not--benefits from our respected, diligent advocacy on legislative and regulatory issues at both the state and federal level. All physicians also benefit from the work of our partner organizations:

KMS members understand the importance of their annual support. They also appreciate the additional benefits which come from membership:

  • Eligibility for insurance coverage through KaMMCO--the region's leading medical malpractice insurance provider
  • Use of DocbookMDa free, HIPAA-compliant texting service for exchanging patient information and staff communication
  • Hands-on assistance with regulatory issues and third-party payers
  • Meaningful, physician-focused leadership learning opportunities
  • Communication through our printed and digital publication, Kansas Physician
  • Access to KMS-sponsored programs including car rental and debt collection

Sponsored programs

Hertz Member Savings Program
Hertz Rental Car offers membership discounts and promotional offers for travel to meetings and conventions. Contact Hertz at 800.375.4066 for the latest information.

Debt Collection and Resolution Services
This program offered through I.C. System provides collection services for patients and also for slow paying and or unresponsive insurance carriers. Contact I.C. System at 800.279.3511 for more information.

KMS & KaMPAC dues

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Important reminder

Dues statements have been mailed & payments were due by January 1.

 

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