AMIA serves informaticians throughout their careers — from students and young professionals to active professionals and retirees.
Connect, learn, grow and lead with:
- physicians, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, CMIOs and other clinicians
- researchers, librarians and educators
- scientists and developers
- government officials and policymakers
- data scientists, engineers and consultants
- industry representatives, standards developers and many more
Every AMIA membership is valid from January 1 to December 31.
Regular: This membership type is open to all professionals. Annual membership fee: $380
Student: This membership type is open to students enrolled in any educational program (e.g., bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, fellowship, residency). Note: Your expected graduation or completion date must be in the future, and AMIA reserves the right to request proof of your student status at any time. Annual membership fee: $50
Young Informatics Professional (YIP): This membership type is open to recent graduates (within the last 18 months) of any undergraduate, graduate, or post-doctoral program. Annual membership fee: $210
Retired: This membership type is open to retirees (age 65+) who have been regular AMIA members for at least two years. Annual membership fee: $175
Corporate: This membership type is open to leading organizations in care delivery, academia, health systems, and product research and development. Annual membership fee: Investment starts at $7,500
To join online, click the button above and click Create an Account.
To join by phone, call 301-657-1291.
To join by mail or fax, print and fill out this membership application. Then, mail it with payment to AMIA at 4720 Montgomery Lane, Suite 500, Bethesda, MD 20814 — or fax it to 301-657-1296.
To renew online, click the button above and click Create an Account. And don’t forget to update your demographic information.
To renew by phone, call 301-657-1291.
To renew by mail, return the invoice we sent you with payment to 4720 Montgomery Lane, Suite 500, Bethesda, MD 20814.