LVM Systems has opened registration for its 2012 Users’ Conference. The two-day conference offers LVM customers and other healthcare call center professionals the opportunity to learn about industry practices. “This is shaping up to be a fantastic conference,” said LVM Systems’ Cheryl Baker, manager, client services. “We are recruiting energized speakers who are eager to talk about the promising future of healthcare call centers.”
The conference is scheduled October 24 and 25 at the Double Tree by Hilton SanTan Elegante Hotel in Gilbert, Ariz. The theme for this year’s conference is “Positively Impacting Lives,” which is a tribute to LVM’s newly articulated mission statement: “Positively impacting lives through innovative, sustainable healthcare call center solutions.”
“There are so many ways healthcare call centers can provide increasing value to their organizations,” said Mark Dwyer, LVM Systems’ chief operating officer. There is also a preconference Telehealth Nursing Practice Core Course (TNPCC) on October 23, offering eight CEU credits to attendees completing the course. The early-bird fee (ending August 31) for the TNPCC is $275 and includes continental breakfast and lunch. The registration fee for the conference is $595 per person; learn more at www.lvmsystems.com.
[Posted by Peter Lyle DeHaan, PhD for AnswerStat magazine, a medical healthcare publication from Peter DeHaan Publishing Inc.]