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AAIM Advisory Boards, Committees, and Task Forces
For more information about serving on an AAIM committee, please contact the AAIM office at (703) 341-4540 or email@example.com.
AAIM Compensation Committee
The compensation committee is charged to work with the AAIM Executive Vice President to compare the salary structure for the alliance with other organizations (similarly sized not-for-profit associations); review the AAIM Executive Vice President’s proposed salaries for the non-executive alliance staff on an annual basis; and to recommend to the AAIM Board of Directors the total compensation package for the AAIM Executive Vice President on an annual basis.
AAIM Compliance Committee
The compliance committee is charged to oversee AAIM’s implementation of compliance programs, policies and procedures that are designed to respond to the various compliance and regulatory risks facing AAIM. Monitor the effectiveness of the system for monitoring compliance with laws and regulations; monitor the adherence to AAIM standards of conduct, conflict of interest, and external support policies; review the results of investigations of allegations of non-compliance; and make appropriate recommendations to the AAIM Board.
AAIM Education Committee
The education committee is charged to discuss, monitor, and develop tools and programs related to the accreditation of residency and fellowship training, standards for medical student education, milestones and enstrustable professional activities in UME and GME.
AAIM Educational Program Planning Committee
The educational program planning committee is charged to monitor and evaluate the new AAIM meetings structure and program planning process; identify opportunities to enhance the AAIM meetings portfolio both in person and virtual events.
AAIM Finance and Audit Committee
The finance committee is charged to assist the AAIM Board of Directors in its oversight responsibilities relating to fiscal management. The finance committee recommends financial policies, goals, and budgets that support the mission, values, and strategic goals of AAIM; regularly reviews financial results against goals; ensures the maintenance of an appropriate capital structure; oversees the management of organization-wide financial assets; and proposes major transactions and programs to the board. Further the finance committee oversees the financial reporting process to ensure the balance, transparency, timeliness and integrity of published financial information for the members of the AAIM; reviews the effectiveness of the AAIM internal financial controls; and oversees the independent audit process.
AAIM Governance Committee
The governance committee is charged to review and monitor the alliance bylaws; to develop recommendations to the AAIM Board of Directors on issues related to governance structure, decision making, board policies; and to serve as the AAIM Nominating Committee.
AAIM Medical Student to Resident Interface Committee
The medical student to resident interface committee is charged to develop programs and resources for faculty and staff responsible for preparing post-core internal medicine clerkship students for their transition from medical school to residency training; and monitor issues related to the transition from medical school to residency training.
AAIM Research Committee
The research committee is charged to advocate and promote opportunities for medical education research; focus on ways to increase public and private support for basic, clinical, and health services research; and create practical materials and tools to promote research in departments of internal medicine as well as research careers.
AAIM Resident to Fellow Interface Committee
The resident to fellow interface committee is charged to develop programs and resources for faculty and staff responsible for preparing internal medicine residents for their transition from residency to fellowship training; and monitor issues related to the transition from residency to fellowship.