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Visit Practice Management at the 2019 FACHC Annual Conference

The 2019 FACHC Annual Conference kicks off later this month, July 21st – 24th, 2019. The conference takes place at the beautiful Marriott Harbor Beach in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Hosted by the Florida Association of Community Health Centers, the annual conference aims to bring together key partners within the healthcare industry and provide updates in education and modern trends to improve access and quality of care for patients seeking health services. We are happy to announce that we will be tabling at booth #305 – if you will be in attendance, feel free to stop by during exhibiting sessions.

The overall agenda includes an exhibit hall, roundtable discussions, open panel discussions, networking opportunities and immersive sessions. The first night offers the chance for attendees to settle in and mingle with a reception in the ballroom foyer – then the activities launch the following morning at 8am with breakfast and an open-to-explore exhibit hall. Throughout the conference, the sessions will be taking place amidst the activities – and definitely shouldn’t be missed.

One session includes a discussion from CEOs who took a hit from category 5 Hurricane Michael and how they prepared for the disaster – as well as recovered in the aftermath. Another session covers your questions regarding PBMs, including its context within the healthcare industry and how they impact FHQCs. Additional sessions cover embracing telemedicine, avoiding pitfalls in administration, laws in human resources, the new OSV manual and much more.

Packed with important information and inspiring ideas, this conference should be marked on your “must-attend” list – as the combination of fantastic educational segments and networking opportunities will surely benefit any individual within the FQHC industry.

If you will be attending the 2019 FACHC Annual Conference, make sure to stop by Practice Management’s booth #305.

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