If you are a first-time attendee or new MGMA member, this event is not to be missed! Start your conference experience out right and join others like you for an informal networking opportunity. You’ll also have the chance to take home some fabulous prizes.
A special celebration and networking event to officially launch the MGMA 2015 Annual Conference. Meet and mingle with attendees and industry experts.
Developing a relationship with a mentor can lead to greater career satisfaction, professional recognition and career mobility and opportunities. This session will focus on why mentoring is important, where to find a mentor and how to select the right mentor. The second half of the session will consist of speed mentoring/networking with potential mentors and mentees.
Participate in an interactive peer-learning session that will give you the opportunity to discuss current topics, trends and challenges that are important to specialty practice administrators. Come prepared with questions and concerns regarding practice management issues.
Join your colleagues for a luncheon celebrating 59 years of professional certification. This special conference event will recognize program and individual accomplishments, including the introduction of the 2015 Fellows class. The luncheon is open to members, students, faculty and anyone interested in pursuing board certification and Fellowship.
The Fellows dinner is a special event for ACMPE Fellows and their guests. If you are an ACMPE Fellow, plan to join us for this intimate event to connect with your peers and celebrate the achievement that your credentials demonstrate.
*Ticketed event; preregistration and/or additional fee required.
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The ability to network with peers and make new friends have contributed greatly to my ability to grow as a partner with my management team and within my organization. The time spent at the conferences renews my energy and enthusiasm for meeting the new challenges facing those of us in healthcare.
Duke University Health System