The Consortium of MS Centers
The Consortium of MS Centers (CMSC)
is the leading organization for multidisciplinary MS professional education in North America. The National MS Society partners with the CMSC on professional education activities and encourages our audience to subscribe to the journal of the CMSC, the International Journal on MS Care
(IJMSC), a peer-reviewed international publication focusing on MS and related autoimmune disorders. The IJMSC has one article per issue which offers free CE credit. The National MS Society partners with CMSC on professional education, by participating in the CMSC Annual Meeting, and more.
The Project ECHO®
(Extension for Community Health Outcomes) movement engages healthcare professionals in 40 countries through over 900 programs worldwide. Project ECHO is a lifelong learning and guided practice model that revolutionizes medical education and increases workforce capacity to provide best-practice specialty care and reduce health disparities. Learn more
about how the National MS Society partners with Project ECHO on ECHO MS, a knowledge-sharing MS CME series for healthcare providers.
NeurologyLive offers MS and related disorders clinical information, professional education through podcasts, videos, and expert interviews, news about MS clinical trials, FDA actions and clinical guideline updates.
NeurologyLive and the National MS Society partner
to provide the latest in MS research and practice through professional education and content.
Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company
The Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company, PBC (Cost Plus Drugs) aims to fundamentally change the way the pharmaceutical industry operates. As a public-benefit corporation, its social mission of improving public health is just as important as the bottom line.
Cost Plus Drugs transparently charges a standard markup on every drug it sells. This online pharmacy launched in January 2022 and now carries over 1,000 prescription products, delivered by mail to thousands of happy customers every day.
Cost Plus Drugs and the National MS Society share a common goal of providing consumers the lowest possible price for their prescription medication.