The IPC has been developed as a way to formalize engagement between institutions and AAPM&R so that together we can help “transform the focus of health care to value function.”
Participation at 3 levels:
- Tier 1, $4,000
- Tier 2, $2,500
- Tier 3, $1,000
Institution Partners Council participation benefits include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Complimentary Residency Fair table
- Recognition on the AAPM&R website and at the Annual Assembly
- Discounted Annual Assembly registration
- And more!
Review program details and complete the IPC Application.
For more information, contact:
Director, Business and Resource Development
"We are always eager to support AAPM&R and its important work in advancing the field of rehabilitation medicine--especially in today's changing landscape of health care. The Institutional Partners Council (IPC) has given us a great opportunity to do that, and it has offered us strong channels to share news and information about the work we are doing at Rusk with our peers across the country."
Steven R. Flanagan
Howard A. Rusk Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine
Chair, Department of Rehabilitation
Medicine Medical Director, Rusk Rehabilitation
NYU Langone Medical Center
"The Institutional Partners Council (IPC) is an important way for Spaulding to align with and support the mission of AAPM&R. It is a great way to stay connected to the organization that supports our PM&R physicians. The value alone of the membership benefits makes this a worthwhile investment for Spaulding."
Julie A. Voegelin
Sr. Director of Marketing, Spaulding Rehabilitation Network
"I participated as an inaugural member of the Institutional Partners Council (IPC). I felt it was important that we support the organization that represents our residents and faculty. It was a great experience and well worth the money. The recognition and level of prominence provided to the University of Louisville in its support of the AAPM&R was beyond my expectation. I will definitely plan on continuing my membership."
Darryl L. Kaelin, MD
Division Chief and Associate Professor, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Dept. of Neurological Surgery, University of Louisville
Thank You, IPC Participants!