National Advisory Board Applications Due
Through December 1, we will be accepting applications for 2009-2011 National Advisory Board Members.
The role of the National Advisory Board (NAB) is to advise the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) leadership on coding issues and questions, and enthusiastically promote and support the mission of AAPC and the coding profession. The NAB works with the national office for the betterment of the entire membership and the medical coding community through active participation in nationally sponsored conferences, events, publications, educational programs and activities.
A position on the NAB is a voluntary appointment for a period of two years commencing on April 8, 2009 and ending at the end of the 2011 National Conference. The NAB includes 16 members appointed by the AAPC representing eight geographical regions and four officers elected by the NAB including president, president-elect, member relations, and secretary. The CEO and a liaison represent AAPC.
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