The Heritage Foundation (Heritage) is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization staffed by conservative “experts” who provide advice on political, economic, social, and financial problems in the United States.
Based in Washington, DC, Heritage is governed by 21 voting members (trustees) of the governing body (Board of Trustees), 18 of whom are independent. 16 of the 21 (76%) are male while 5 of the 21 (24%) are female. Read more
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501 (c) (3) based in Washington, DC that is primarily engaged in administering and managing the MCAT (the entrance exam to medical schools in the US), the AMCAS (the application to medical school), and the ERAS (the application for a medical residency).
Although the members of this organization are medical schools, membership dues account for less than 8% of revenue. Read more
Baptist Health is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501 (c) (3) healthcare provider that has more than 250 access locations that includes 11 hospitals, urgent care centers, a senior community, and more than 100 primary care and specialty care clinics in Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma, staffed by more than 11,000 employees.
Baptist Health consists of dozens of non-profit organizations and taxable partnerships, trusts and corporations. This post reports the executive compensation of Baptist Health (the non-profit corporation) that employed just over 8,000 (note: other related/affiliated organizations within the system employed others).
There are 18 independent members (trustees) of the governing body (Board of Trustees), 14 (78%) of whom are male while 4 (22%) are female. Read more
The American Medical Association (AMA) is a non-profit 501 (c) (6) – a professional association and the largest association of physicians – whose primary purpose is to:
- publish the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) – a peer reviewed medical journal that includes original research, reviews, and editorials of medicine;
- maintain a code of medical ethics,
- create and maintain physician data which is sometimes referred to as master files; and
- update and maintain medical classification codes (referred to as CPT codes) used by the government, medical practices, hospitals, and insurance companies in return for royalty fees.