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TMA Accepting Volunteers for Committee Positions

August 19, 2022

Nashville, TN — Are you interested in getting more involved in TMA? We are currently taking volunteers for several open positions on our committees. TMA has nine committees comprised of members located throughout the state. Committees often create the work product behind the important policies and programs that affect our members.

The TMA Board of Trustees reviews committee composition and considers the nominees every January. Those who are selected will serve for two years. The deadline to submit is September 15.

Below is a list of eight committees that serve under the Board of Trustees with open positions along with a description:

  • Constitution and Bylaws Committee: Maintain oversight of TMA official managing document providing insight and direction as to changes and amendments.
  • Education Committee: Review CME program applications, resolve conflicts of interest to assure unbiased education, identify learning gaps for educational content development, review content to assure best practices and provide review and improvement over sessions and the entire educational process.
  • Insurance Issues Committee: Monitor and address all insurance issues, both government and commercial, affecting physicians, practices and patients in Tennessee. This includes reimbursement, regulation and policy changes, lawsuit settlements, contracting issues, networks, pay for performance, workers compensation, etc.
  • Legislative Committee: Develop TMA’s legislative strategies and positions for the Tennessee General Assembly and for Congress.
  • Membership and Recruitment Committee: Direct all facets of TMA’s membership operations including projects for recruitment and retention.
  • Public Health Committee: Monitor and address issues on health concerns to the public-at-large and the general wellbeing of our state such as pandemics, flu vaccines, disaster preparedness, health coalition partnerships, rural health access, tobacco, obesity, and the uninsured.
  • Professional Relations Committee: Promote and maintain relationships between the association and other professional organizations; promote the policies, projects and image of TMA and oversees the internal and external communications processes between TMA and its constituencies.
  • TMA PAC Committee: TMA PAC is the bipartisan political action committee of the TMA. Its goal is to support pro-medicine candidates in their efforts to win election to public office by making direct contributions to pro-medicine candidates seeking election to the Tennessee legislature or select statewide office.

Click here to fill out the volunteer form. If you have any questions, please contact Amy Campoli at