Fueling a Healthy Practice!
What does fueling a healthy practice mean?
For a practice to grow, it needs fuel. This fuel comes in the form of boosting patient engagement, managing profitable revenue streams, minimizing cyber threats, and maximizing clinical quality and efficiency. When your practice is able to achieve these elements, it becomes a sustainable and thriving business that produces satisfied and healthy patients. Your practice’s fuel turns into better health outcomes, which helps you get back to the business of healing.
At the 2019 MicroMD User Conference, you and hundreds of MicroMD users will have hands-on training from experts, take in industry knowledge, connect with colleagues, and (maybe) indulge in some golf.
MicroMD’s User Conference is packed with educational sessions led by industry leaders, one-on-one lab sessions with training and support specialists, face time with a variety of vendors, networking, and more.
Do you have questions about our software, or are you looking to learn tips and tricks on using it efficiently? Schedule or walk-in to our learning lab during scheduled or “Open Lab Time” – please reference the Schedule-At-A-Glance on our agenda.
Are you looking to learn more about MicroMD eServices? Stop by the vendor fair! We are expecting a great turn out this year – see live demos, collect giveaways, and more.
Attendees can pick each other’s brains at “Human Bingo,” test their pop culture knowledge at trivia, and enjoy delicious appetizers. Join us, our partners, and other MicroMD users for a night of games, food, and fun.
DON’T MISS THIS YEAR’S Keynote Speaker:
PAMELA S. BALLOU-NELSON RN, CMPE, MA, MSPH, PhD
Principal Consultant MGMA Consulting
Pam has over 30 years of experience in healthcare management, focusing on practice process transformation, PCMH, workflow analysis, quality measures, including PQRS, HRSA, Medicaid and CMS outcome measures, care management, population health and patient activation, across the continuum of care. Pam has worked with both provider and payer organizations working towards alternative care and payment models. Most recently, Pam is educating and training practices on MACRA QPP: MIPS and APM and guiding them through the implementation process. In partnership with Insignia Health, she also assists practices and health systems in using PAM to implement Patient Activation programs.
Pam has a BSN from the University of Utah, an MA from Wheaton College and an MS and PhD in Public Health from Walden University. In addition, she is an NCQA 2014 PCMH certified content expert and frequently speaks on PCMH transformation for ACO and population health initiatives.
Don’t miss a moment!
In order to attend the MicroMD User Conference you must be a licensed client or affiliated practice of such client, in good standing (“Client”), who has directly purchased a license for MicroMD EMR or MicroMD PM software from Henry Schein Medical Systems, Inc. (collectively the “Company”) or through a certified Reseller of the Company. Consultants, vendors and other partners of the Company are eligible to exhibit or attend by exclusive invitation only. Without the prior written approval of a member of Company’s executive team, only direct employees of Clients, consultants, vendors, and partners of Company may attend the MicroMD User Conference. The Company reserves the right to deny registration for any reason or no reason to any Client or any other entity and/ or individual. Educational sessions are designed to inform and educate our Clients and participation is limited to Clients only. Clients understand and agree that certain information furnished to you by Company in connection with the MicroMD User Conference, regardless of the form in which such information is presented, is confidential, non-public and/or proprietary information (“Confidential Information”) and is the sole property of Company. You agree not to disclose the Confidential Information to any third party for any reason whatsoever, and to protect the Confidential Information using the same degree of care you use to protect your confidential information for a period of two (2) years from the date hereof.