The Interspecialty Council is a valuable forum for debate on legislation that affects medicine in general, and also legislation that affects individual specialties. The Interspecialty Council is made up of a representative and an alternate from each of the officially recognized medical specialty associations and societies as represented in the SCMA House of Delegates. These representatives are appointed to serve each year by the leadership of their respective specialty organization, and the Chairman of this committee is the President-Elect of the SCMA.
The committee's primary function and responsibility is to thoroughly review proposed legislation and recommend to the SCMA Board of Trustees a position of support or opposition, especially as it relates to and affects the medical specialties.
The committee meets every month during the legislative session of the General Assembly. Contact us to get involved on behalf of your medical specialty!Email Us Now