HISA Membership Options (**NEW membership types now available**)
The HISA membership year is from 1 April - 31 March and is applicable to all membership types. Our updated 2013 pricing will take effect on the 1st of January 2013.
Visit our benefits page to find out more about why you should become a member of HISA or click here to join now!
HISA has a number of options available for individuals to become members. The following memberships are now available for individuals:
|Ordinary||$250||Our most popular membership type with full voting rights and full benefits. Read more.|
|Affiliate **NEW** ||$125||No voting rights, cannot be elected onto the board or committee(s) and are not eligible for discounts to major HISA conferences and events. Read more.|
|Full-time student||$65||Must provide proof of full-time enrolment. Students obtain all ordinary member benefits minus voting rights. Read more.|
|Concession **NEW** ||$65|
Members must hold a government concession card and provide a valid copy upon registration. Read more.
|Retired ** NEW**||$65||Retirees who have been ordinary members for the past 2 years. No voting rights & cannot be elected onto the board or committees but receive other benefits as per ordinary membership. Read more.|
|Organisational Membership||Organisations (businesses, associations etc) can take up HISA Organisational Membership at one of 4 levels: |
|Member type||Rate||Savings per organisation||Details|
|Organisational Tier 3||$580|| $170||Includes 3 HISA memberships for nominated employees (1 with voting rights) Read more.|
|Organisational Tier 6||$1,100 || $400|| Includes 6 HISA memberships for nominated employees (1 with voting rights) Read more.|
|Organisational Tier 11||$2,000 || $750||Includes 11 HISA memberships for nominated employees (1 with voting rights) Read more.|
|Organisational Tier 21||$3,300 || $1950||Includes 21 HISA memberships for nominated employees (1 with voting rights) Read more.|
|Academic Institutions||Academic Institutional Membership (AIM): |
|AIM **NEW**||$500||Each AIM will be entitled to nominate one faculty member to represent them at the national HISA AGM. Only that person will have voting rights and be eligible for election onto the Board and/or a committee. Read more.|
For more information
If you are interested in any of the above memberships you can find out more by visiting our membership benefits page or by calling HISA on 03-9326-3311 or emailing membership"AT"hisa.org.au.
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This is an exciting program for HISA and we look forward to further supporting the success of your organisation through improved networking and information delivery in the e-health domain.