Affiliated Groups & Committees
The Ohio State Medical Association (OSMA) is a statewide association representing Ohio physicians, residents, medical students and practice managers. The OSMA is affiliated with the American Medical Association (AMA) on the national level and county medical societies on the local level.
The mission of the American Medical Association is to promote the art and science of medicine and the betterment of public health.
The Ohio Delegation to the American Medical Association (AMA) provides Ohio physicians a voice in the governance of the AMA.
- AMA Meeting Highlights
- Schedule of AMA Meetings
- Action Taken on Ohio Resolutions
- 2013 AMA Delegate Policy and Procedural Guidelines
Find points of contact for your county society here.
The Ohio State Medical Association Alliance is a group of physician spouses dedicated to promoting the goals of both the OSMA and the AMA.
The Ohio State Medical Association Joint Advisory Committee on Sports Medicine serves to promote the health and safety of thousands of Ohio’s interscholastic athletes through close cooperation with the Ohio High School Athletic Association, Ohio Athletic Trainers Association and other sports medicine organizations.
The Organized Medical Staff Section is the advocate, voice and resource for physicians who are members of the medical staffs and other organizations.
A 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization created in 1977 to fund research and health education projects that promote excellence in health care for Ohio residents.
Accredits hospitals, organizations and institutions as intrastate (state or locally promoted) providers of continuing medical education activities.
Reviews the method of accounting for all accounts of the Ohio State Medical Association. Recommends the Association’s investment policy to Council and supervises the staff preparation of an annual budget for Council’s approval.
Provides educational experiences by developing, implementing and evaluating high-quality professional activities based upon the needs and interests of Ohio physicians.
Formerly the OSMA Frivolous Lawsuit Committee
This committee may be involved in evaluation of physician/organization relationships and ethical matters affecting those relationships.
Reviews and recommends policy positions to the OSMA Council on legislation introduced in the Ohio General Assembly which have some impact on the practice of medicine and delivering safe, high-quality patient care in Ohio.