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Membership Benefits and Pricing

Engage with Leading Professionals

Engage in a community of health lawyers and health law professionals who represent the entire spectrum of the health care industry, including hospitals and hospital systems, physicians, managed care organizations, insurers, long term care facilities, home health agencies, and much more. 

AHLA offers a vibrant community and practical resources to support members throughout their health law career, from students and early-career professionals, to established partners and CEOs. Furthermore, AHLA members specialize in a variety of roles that support and represent the entire health care industry including: 

 

  • Compliance Officers
  • Finance Professionals
  • Health Care Consultants
  • Health Information Professionals
  • Health Lawyers
  • Risk Management Professionals
  • In-House Counsel
  • Paralegals
  • Physicians and Nurses
  • Privacy Officers
  • Public Health Officials
  • Regulatory Professionals
  • Students

 

 

 

Member Tools

Stay Up-to-Date on the Latest Health Law News

AHLA members have access to just-in-time news and analysis to ensure you have the knowledge you need to advise your clients and organizations on the problems facing the industry today:

  • Health Law Daily—digest of the most important health and legal news culled from thousands of sources and emailed daily to members.
  • Health Law Weekly—sent each Friday, this eNewsletter contains articles and analysis covering top stories, important case law, and federal and state legislative and regulatory developments.
  • AHLA’s Newsstand on State Health Law Issues—tailored weekly newsfeed on state health law developments, produced in collaborative between AHLA and Lexology, that provides access to topic-specific content developed by law firms across the country.

Delve Deeper into the Latest Health Law Research and Analysis

AHLA members have access to deep-dive, thoughtful analysis on the most complex legal issues facing the health care industry to ensure you can navigate with ease:

  • Practice Groups—substantive and special interest groups that enable members to contribute their expertise to the generation of educational content for their peers; to network with like-minded colleagues; and receive additional resources about legal developments and industry practices.
  • Journal of Health & Life Sciences Law—offers in-depth, professionally reviewed articles that are practical and relevant to your practice. In addition to the current issue, members can access past issues of the Journal dating as far back as October 2008. 
  • Health Law Connections—monthly magazine devoted to health-related legislative and regulatory activities that includes feature articles, in-depth analysis, and member news.
  • Speaking of Health Law Podcasts—thoughtful analysis and insightful commentary on the legal and policy issues affecting the American health care system.
  • Health Law Archive—a vast database of health law knowledge, searching more than 30,000 documents from AHLA

Professional Development Resources to Keep Your Career on Track

AHLA members don't just receive the highest quality health law content, they also receive access to professional development resources, setting them up to make their next career move:

  • Career Center—receive job alerts and search new positions that become available in the industry.
  • Volunteer Center—get involved in the Association and build leadership skills that translate into your practice.
  • AHLA 101 Courses—complimentary courses designed to provide health law practitioners with a basic understanding of concepts that they may encounter in their practice. 
  • Dignity Health Global Education—15% off exceptional online programs by a leading global health care workforce development company for members and their family.

Connect and Expand Your Network

AHLA members join a network of health law professionals who are always there to help, educate, and build lasting professionals friendships: 

  • Member Directory—exclusive access to connect with fellow members and leaders.
  • Connection Center—online communities that enable members to connect with colleagues who have similar interests or work settings.
  • Mentoring Program—connects members with specific skills, knowledge, or background (mentors) with individuals (mentees) who desire a trusted adviser, role model, or guide to help navigate their career journey.

Save Time and Money

AHLA members save time and money across the benefits that come with membership:

  • Member Discounts—receive exclusive member discounts on AHLA programs, trainings, webinarson-demand educationtreatises, and the Health Law Archive (discounts vary by membership level).
  • Crescendo Planned Giving Resources—access to a variety of tools and resources to help you achieve your financial and charitable goals.
  • Club Quarters Hotel—AHLA joins more than 100 law firms, universities, and nonprofits in being able to offer its members low fixed rates when booking at a Club Quarters Hotel. Club Quarters are full service hotels designed for business travelers and are located in prime city center locations.
Become an AHLA Member

Membership

When you join AHLA, you're joining a community of health law professionals who represent the entire spectrum of the health care industry. 

Use the button below to join online or download the AHLA Membership Application and mail/fax in your application. Click on the image above to view our Membership brochure.

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Our Commitment to Accessibility

AHLA is committed to ensuring equitable access to our educational content. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone and applying the relevant accessibility standards. If you experience accessibility issues, please contact us.

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Financial Hardship?

Discounted membership dues are available to any individual who expresses the need for such a discount because of a temporary financial hardship. If you require financial assistance to join or remain an AHLA member, please reach out to discuss.

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