NSCAC Membership

            Each Jurisdiction DME MAC Council shall be permitted selection of up to four supplier/provider representatives to serve on the Committee.  Each respective state and/or association shall determine the terms and conditions of its supplier representatives.

            The Committee shall elect a Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer who shall serve a one year term if elected by Committee.  Contiguous terms are appropriate if approved by the council.  There is no limit established by Committee members or leadership to serve.

            Each Jurisdiction DME MAC/DMERC Council shall be assessed an annual fee of to cover the operational costs incurred by the Committee.

            Allied members, such as national/regional/small suppliers/providers, national associations, vendors and manufacturers will be assessed an annual fee of $500* to cover the operational costs incurred by the Committee. Allied members are allowed to vote on Council business.

           Non-voting representatives, such as providers/consultants/accreditation agencies, will be assessed an annual fee of *$300 to cover the operational costs incurred by the Committee. Non-voting representatives are not allowed to vote on Council business.

* Fees may change depending on the financial needs of the Committee by majority vote of the official representatives from each state present at the time.

          Dues are on a calendar year basis. For NSCAC Membership application, select the respective invoice below. Please forward your request to become a member of the NSCAC to the NSCAC Administration, amcouncils@associationmgnt.com.

The Representative asking to join may need to be approved by the voting membership in a case-by-case basis. Once approved, the representative may join the council pursuant to paying appropriate annual dues.

Click here for the NSCAC Membership Brochure that includes a Allied Member Invoice and/or Non-voting Representative Member Invoice. 





















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