01 Jan >> NEWS UPDATE: Cardiology group hires Jaffe Management
New York City-based Jaffe Management, a management firm whose staff is dedicated to the professional association/nonprofit field, added to its ever-expanding portfolio of healthcare/medical associations by signing on as the management company for the New York State Chapter of the American College of Cardiology (NYSCACC) and its educational arm, the New York Cardiological Society (NYCS). The American College of Cardiology’s New York Chapter was established with the goal of contributing to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases and ensuring optimal quality of care for those individuals with such diseases. The Chapter and Society provide continuing medical education programs and are involved in socio-economic, reimbursement and legislative issues that influence access to high-quality cardiovascular care.
Jaffe Management is accredited by the AMC Institute and helps its clients by utilizing economies of scale with shared staff, office space and overhead costs.
The day-to-day tasks of administration, event planning and bookkeeping are managed by in-house staff so that organizational leaders are free to focus on their long-term membership, programming, financial and governance goals. Jaffe has experience running associations and nonprofits from a range of industries – from healthcare and finance to engineering and IT – and provides a full suite of services that are customized to each organization.
Jaffe’s other healthcare-aligned clients include the American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry; the New York City Health Business Leaders; the Eating Disorders Coalition for Research, Policy, and Action; the National Association of Travel Healthcare Organizations; the New York State Podiatric Medical Association; and the Residential Eating Disorders Consortium.