AdvancedMD Evo17 User Conference Registration is Now Open

AdvancedMD Evo17 User Conference Registration is Now OpenmHealthWatch has learned that AdvancedMD, a pioneer in cloud technology for independent physician practices, has just announced that registration is open for the AdvancedMD fifth annual user conference.

Evo17 will take place later this year (September 20-24, 2017) in Nashville, Tenn., at The Omni Nashville Hotel.

The conference, we’re told, continues the company’s tradition of providing all professionals in the independent healthcare community with technology and skills to create great patient experiences, deliver high-quality clinical outcomes, and achieve stellar financial performance.

The primary theme for the five-day event is leveraging cloud technology to create an integrated provider-patient workflow tying together EHR, PM, telemedicine and a host of patient engagement applications. This revolutionary approach of using technology to create a seamless, efficient and user-friendly practice experience for the provider and the patient can lead to increased staff productivity, improved financial performance and higher patient satisfaction. This year’s agenda is designed to inspire experienced AdvancedMD clients, new users and non-users alike to rethink the way they orchestrate patient engagement to drive exceptional outcomes.

Additionally, we’re told that more than 30 educational sessions have been developed to benefit all roles within the practice.

“Evo16 changed my practice for the better,” said Jorge L. Rincon, MD, general surgeon from San Antonio, Texas, about last year’s event. “I entered as a busy surgeon who was doing my own billing. During Evo, I learned how I can solve my practice’s billing issues with AdvancedRCM. Gaining industry knowledge and discovering a billing solution for my practice made Evo a success for me.”

To learn more about the conference or to register, click here.

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