- Definition of "Industry"
- Types of Industry Members
- Benefits of Industry Membership
- Categories and Costs
For the purpose of Society membership, Industry is broadly defined as organizations or companies that do not provide direct patient care and/or companies that manufacture and sell device, pharmaceutical, or other products. This definition is meant to include small business owners and self-employed consultants that to do not provide direct patient care.
Regardless of job function, Industry employees will not be approved for any membership category other than Industry Member.
The Industry category is open to industry employees who are directly involved in clinical and technical activities, education, research, engineering, and/or corporate leadership, and whose careers demonstrate a commitment to electrophysiology and/or pacing.
Individuals who are chiefly responsible for sales and/or marketing are not eligible for membership in the Society.
Industry members have the same dues rates, benefits, and privileges as other members, with the following exceptions: Industry members are ineligible to hold office, vote for elected positions, or serve on committees. Industry members can serve on task forces.
Membership dues rates.
|Working in the US||Working outside the US / International||Low or Lower Middle Income Countries (World Bank)|
|Physician, one year out of training||$210||$152||$100|
|Physician, two years out of training||$419||$304||$200|
|Physician, more than two years out of training||$635||$460||$304|