Maine Quality Counts Welcomes Maine Podiatric Medical Association

Published on April 25, 2017 by

MPMA recently joined Maine Quality Counts as a Trailblazer member.

Maine Quality Counts (QC), is a member-driven nonprofit organization working to transform health and healthcare and is pleased to announce its newest member, the Maine Podiatric Medical Association (MPMA).

MPMA represents all practicing podiatrists in Maine who are also members of their national organization the American Podiatric Medical Association. A podiatrist or DPM is defined as a physician by Medicare. Podiatrists in Maine treat all ailments of the foot up to the malleolus of the ankle. Some podiatrists perform surgery, while others perform wound care, needed office foot care and the prescription and production of orthotic devices.

QC is a member-driven nonprofit organization serving as a catalyst to achieve better health and health care experiences. QC is improving health by transforming health care and building clinical and community connections. Formed in 2003 and incorporated in 2006, QC provides leadership to convene the people who give, get, and pay for healthcare to improve healthcare. Our 100+ members are major care delivery organizations, payers and employers, as well as individuals, providers, and associations.

Member benefits include quarterly networking events, access to national thought leaders, discounted registration and reserved seating for QC’s annual conference, access to nearly 50 live in-person and online learning events, and exclusive access to a member directory.

For more information about QC, visit its website at For more information about MPMA, visit its website at


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