• Recognized and valued as a leading advocate for physician professionalism, including life-long learning.
  • Convenes specialty societies (and related organizations) to identify critical issues, define common policies and positions, and influence decisions in the public interest.
  • Promotes and enhances the ability of societies (and their members) to develop and distribute models for providing optimal care.
  • Specialty societies (their leaders, staff and members) receive significant value from their participation.

As a result, CMSS has a stable membership, multiple revenue sources and the financial resources, staff and support required to advance its mission.