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With more than 25,000 members, the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS) is the Commonwealth’s largest physician-led organization and a leading voice in health care policy, public health, and clinical medical education.


Monkeypox Information and Guidance

The MMS’s new monkeypox webpage contains useful, curated information and guidance for physicians and patients from the CDC, the state, and others.

Updated COVID-19 Vaccine Information

MMS continues to compile and update a collection of FREE resources to help physicians navigate the COVID-19 vaccine.

Surprise Billing, Patient Notice, and Price Transparency

Learn more about important information regarding physician responsibilities under new federal surprise billing and state patient notice and price transparency laws.

Dismantling Racism in Medicine: Principles to Achieve Racial Equity

The MMS, Mass DPH and the state's four medical schools seek to foster a culture across medicine that is diverse, equitable, inclusive and actively antiracist.


New Member Benefits


The MMS is pleased to launch the MMS Corporate Partners Program to identify beneficial resources and quality vendors to assist members:

  • GW&K Investment Management offers individually managed tax-sensitive portfolios to satisfy your objectives for risk tolerance, income, and capital appreciation
  • MMS Business Card is the Medical Practice Card with no annual fee, cash back rewards, a sign up bonus, free staff cards and paid MMS dues
  • Rx4Miracles Prescription Card provides savings for both brand and generic medications for your patients

Learn more about membership and MMS benefits.


Recent News



Salem News

Salem News: State extends COVID-19 policy to deal with RSV

November 21, 2022 – The MMS and other state health groups issued a statement calling for more mitigation measures to prevent the spread of infectious diseases that are "causing severe illness and stretching capacity in emergency departments and hospitals."


 CommonWealth Magazine

CommonWealth Magazine: Hoping to deliver at a Massachusetts birth center? Good luck

November 20, 2022 – "The Medical Society is concerned over the closure of birthing centers, including those that served to meet the cultural needs of those from underserved populations," said MMS President Dr. Theodore Calianos.


Boston.com

Boston.com: Heads of 3 Mass. medical associations call for public’s help battling RSV

November 17, 2022 – Citing an “unusual increase” in respiratory illness that has hospital and ER capacity stretched thin, three Massachusetts physician groups are calling on the public for help.


WBUR

WBUR: Mass. medical groups call for RSV mitigation measures

November 17, 2022 – Leaders of three statewide medical groups warned that physicians are dealing with a spike of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) cases, particularly in children, "that is causing severe illness and stretching capacity in emergency departments and hospitals."


NBC Boston

NBC Boston: RSV cases in Massachusetts have medical groups calling for more mitigation

November 16, 2022 – An "unusual increase" in cases of a respiratory virus is ramping up pressure on the already-strained health care sector in Massachusetts, and Bay Staters should take steps including possible indoor masking to protect themselves, medical experts said Wednesday.





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