Benefits of Membership
In view of today’s rapidly changing health care environment, participation in organized optometry is essential for staying abreast of current issues and for positioning you and your practice for success.
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Benefits of Membership
In view of today’s rapidly changing health care environment, participation in organized optometry is essential for staying abreast of current issues and for positioning you and your practice for success. The Maryland Optometric Association (MOA) is a non-profit professional association. We provide an array of high-quality services to advance the profession and its practice in Maryland. Our members receive significant discounts on all MOA continuing education courses and exclusive offers through MOA Membership Benefit Programs. MOA provides members continuous updates about the changing landscape of national and state healthcare reform. We also give members the tools they need to take advantage of new programs, initiatives, and insurance industry changes with the potential
to benefit Maryland optometrists.
AOA/MOA yearly memberships run from January 1 – December 31. New and reinstated members are eligible for proration on a monthly basis. Dues are assessed for the month in which the member joins and for all remaining months. No other method of proration is allowed. The MOA collects MOA and AOA dues. The MOA remits payment to the AOA on your behalf.
Membership Classification & Rates
|Full Active (2018 and earlier)||$846.00||$972.00||$1818.00|
|4th Year (2019)||$686.80||$729.00||$1415.80|
|3rd Year (2020)||$527.60||$486.00||$1013.60|
|2nd Year (2021)||$368.40||$194.40||$562.80|
|1st Full Year (2022)||$209.20||$97.20||$306.70|
|Graduation Year (2023)||$0.00||$0.00||$0.00|
|Partial Practice (<=16 hours per week)||$527.60||$583.20||$1090.80|
|Retired with Benefits||$100.00||$100.00||$200.00|
AOA/MOA memberships run from January 1 - December 31. Dues for new members joining February 1 or later may be prorated according to the AOA guidelines.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (410) 486-9662 for more information.
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As an MOA/AOA member, you'll be supporting advocacy efforts that help advance and protect the profession. Plus, you'll get access to exclusive continuing education programs and clinical resources.