TAS United Medical Exchange is a proud member of many industry organizations that support innovation and foster the growth of call centers and answering services nationwide. We are also proud to support several medical associations and medical societies throughout Texas that are doing great work to support physicians and promote patient health and well being.
NAEO is an association of Amtelco users dedicated to education, networking, and the development of best practices among members. This dynamic group of call center owners employs Amtelco’s state-of-the-art equipment to optimize efficiency and meet the demands of today’s customers.
The TMA was established in 1853 to serve the people of Texas in matters of medical care, prevention and cure of disease, and the improvement of public health. TMA supports Texas physicians by providing distinctive solutions to the challenges they encounter in the care of patients. Today, TMA boasts a membership of more than 52,000 physicians and medical students, making it the nation’s largest state medical society.
Established in 1903, HCMS is the professional organization for physicians in Harris County and the largest county medical society in the nation. The organization advocates for and represents more than 12,000 physicians and medical students in its work to improve healthcare and medical standards in Harris County.
The Bexar County Medical Society is focused on making Bexar County a healthier community. The organization serves and represents the member physicians of Bexar County in providing quality health care for their patients and the public.
The TCMS represents approximately 85 percent of all practicing physicians in the Greater Austin area. TCMS physicians strive to maintain high standards of medical practice, professionalism and ethical conduct; promote the common interests and unity of physicians in the community; and provide representation and advocacy for patients and physicians at all levels of government and medicine.
Established in 1898, the EPCMS brings together the physicians of El Paso County to extend medical science; elevate the standard of medical practice; educate the public in the prevention and cure of disease; pursue legislation that supports the best practice of medicine; and foster positive member relations.