Why You Should Join
- We are the only professional medical society focused on CLI and advanced PAD.
- We contribute to the scientific study, literature, education, and advocacy on the treatment of CLI.
- We serve as the source for the development and governance of professional standards, guidelines, and requirements for the prevention and treatment of CLI.
- Physician – United States: $300
- Physician – Europe: 150€
- Physician – International (not in US or EU): $50
- Fellow/Resident/Student: $50
- Allied Health Professional: $50
- Allied Health Professional – EU: 40€
- Industry: $350
- Journal of CLI Access Only: $100
All new memberships are prorated, expiring on December 31 with renewals on January 1 each year.
- Applications received Jan 1 – Mar 31 will be invoiced 100% of annual dues
- Applications received Apr 1 – Jul 2 will be prorated and invoiced 75% of annual dues
- Applications received Jul 3 – Sep 30 will be prorated and invoiced 150% of annual dues
- Applications received Oct 1 – Dec 31 will be prorated and invoiced 125% of annual dues
Member-Only Exclusive Benefits
- Subscription to the Journal of Critical Limb Ischemia, the official publication of the CLI Global Society.
- Multidisciplinary CLI Network (MCLIN), a LIVE monthly discussion of complex case studies and complications specifically dedicated to CLI.
- Access to online education, including a searchable library of 60+ CLI tutorial videos.
- ICD-10 resources to include on-demand webinars for coders and health care professionals and downloadable “how to” guide.
- 125+ article resources from “CLI Global”, the predecessor publication to the Journal of CLI.
- Discounts to partner educational events.
- Opportunities to get involved and lend your voice to a strong unified community of leaders focused on the treatment and prevention of critical limb ischemia and the prevention of unnecessary amputations.
WHY IS CLI A PROBLEM?
The CLI Global Society recognizes the following contributing factors to the challenge of CLI:
- Lack of consensus on the definition of CLI
- Lack of awareness within the healthcare community and general public
- CLI morbidity and mortality are akin to the most aggressive cancer diagnoses
- Limited evidence-based research
- Lack of consensus on best methods to prevent, diagnosis, treat, and rehabilitate
- Limited number of dedicated CLI specialists
- No diagnosis code for CLI
- Costs for the treatment of CLI are among the greatest health care expenditure challenges today1
- Amputation often remains a first line treatment and results in major disability, loss of work productivity, and burdens to family and colleagues
1. Goodney PP, Tarulli M, Faerber AE, Schanzer A, Zwolak RM. Fifteen-year trends in lower limb amputation, revascularization and preventive measures among Medicare patients. JAMA Surg.2015;150:84-86.
HOW CAN WE ADDRESS THE PROBLEM?
The CLI Global Society recognizes and supports a concerted effort to create change by:
- Creating and facilitating a new definition of CLI
- Amplifying public and health professional awareness of CLI
- Creating a public and professional effort to prevent CLI
- Increasing clinical cooperation and information sharing in the management of CLI
- Improving the CLI standard of care for prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation
- Reducing time from symptom onset to provision of definitive care for CLI
- Reducing variability in delivery of care that promotes preventable amputations
- Identifying strategies to correct disparities in access and treatment to quality CLI care
- Advocating for team-based programs that simultaneously address awareness, management, and treatment of CLI
- Advocating for coverage and reimbursement for CLI therapy
- Partnering with clinicians, hospitals, patients, and industry to have immediate impact
- Preventing amputations and death due to critical limb ischemia