The Burn Care Organization membership, previously named Institutional Advisory Council (IAC), is an integral component of the ABA committee structure. This membership is comprised of ABA burn centers, engaging in advocacy and participating in issues relevant to burn care.

The Burn Care Organization membership offers a more prominent role within the ABA and a significant voice for concerns and challenges of burn centers, in the public and private sectors.

Private and public-sector advocacy with Congress, key agencies (i.e. CMS) and private payer organizations. Formal voice at the annual National Leadership Conference in Washington, DC, opportunities to meet with your US representatives to discuss key burn care issues and research.

Burn surgeons on the AMA Relative Value Update Committee and participation in the CPT update and review process.

ABA burn care resources are available to membership (i.e. Coding Primer). The discussion platform, myAmeriburn, is a tool for members to discuss issues, network, share ideas, and center resources.

BCO Benefits to Burn Centers

2 Complimentary Annual Meeting Registrations for Non-Physician Attendees. Visit the Annual Meeting webpage for more information.

2 Complimentary National Leadership Conference (NLC) Registrations. Visit the Advocacy webpage for more information.

2 Complimentary ABA Memberships for ABLS Instructors affiliated with the member burn center.

Discounts to Key ABA Services and Resources (i.e. Coding Primer and Job Channel Postings).

Virtual Hall, Periodic Online Discussions with ABA Leadership.

Discussion Board, myAmeriburn Platform, to connect with our Burn Care Organization Members. Visit myAmeriburn to join the conversation and connect with other burn care professionals.

ABA Coding and Reimbursement Primer

Coming Soon! 2019 Coding Update

2018 Coding Primer

The 2018 ABA Coding & Reimbursement Primer is available and complimentary to BCO members.  This publication provides information to enhance documentation and coding for the care of patients treated in burn center hospitals.