MGMA18 | The Operations Conference Registration

Event

 

Overview

04/22 to 04/24/2018

Intelligence & Outcomes

Excellence in Practice Operations Conference

Optimized medical practice operations result in the best business outcomes and yield the highest quality care. Acquire innovative patient focused strategies to thrive in the era of value. Discover and share best practices on improving efficiency, maximizing productivity and profitability and leading high performance teams.

Join your colleagues from April 22-24 in sunny Phoenix!

You’ve always wanted to know what your competition is doing to succeed – now you can find out. Come together with peers and industry experts to learn how the top industry performers are achieving success and the strategies they deployed to get to where they are today. After this conference, you will understand how to benchmark your key operational metrics to improve profitability and productivity, enhance staffing and scheduling, and increase patient satisfaction. You will walk away with concrete action plans and roadmaps that can be implemented within your organization to become the best of the best. 

At the conference, you'll acquire:

  • Best practices for controlling your operational costs and optimizing your revenue cycle processes
  • Methods to improve budgeting and forecasting
  • Strategies for hiring and retaining top talent, increasing staff engagement and introducing new models of care
  • Action plans to increase patient satisfaction through improving schedule management and introducing new technologies to drive patient engagement

Who should attend:

  • Practice professionals interested in walking away with tools and solutions for increasing profitability and productivity, optimizing staffing and scheduling, and enhancing patient satisfaction.
  • Chief operating officers (COOs)
  • Chief medical information officers (CMIOs)
  • VP of operations, executive and regionals directors, and human resources professionals

Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort

11111 North 7th Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
602.866.7500

What's work without a little fun? 

Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort is a leading Phoenix hotel for vacation, business and event guests alike. 

  • Enjoy onsite restaurants, while experiencing Phoenix dining at its best. The long-standing favorite, The Pointe in Tyme Grille allows you to explore tradional favorites served up with expert skill. 
  • Enjoy some Phoenix sun by their two expansive free-form pools. You can even reserve one of their private cabanas for optimal relaxation. 
  • Don't forget your golf clubs, this is one golf course you won't want to miss. The Lookout Mountain Golf Club contains a lush, green course, while bordered by peaks of the Phoenix Mountail Preserves. 

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Cancellation: 
Cancellation policies may vary depending on the rate or dates of your reservation. Please refer to your reservation confirmation to verify your cancellation policy. If you need further assistance, call the hotel directly at 602.866.7500. 

Ground Transportation

MGMA recommends flying into Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort is approximately 14 miles from the airport. 

Shuttlefare.com is offering a $5 discount off airport transportation to and from PHX to your hotel. Once your complete your reservation, an email confirmation will be sent to you. This will be your travel voucher for your airport transportation. It will also include instructions on where to meet your shuttle when you arrive at the airport as well as any important phone numbers for the day of travel. Enter coupon code MGMA18. 

Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort also offers town car service through Saba's Limo. The average cost for a Sedan is $45 (1- 3 passengers) and for an SUV $65 (4-6 passengers) Please vist their website (sabalimo.com) to book your reservation. Click here for further details. 

Uber and Lyft services are also available in Phoenix. Please visit online fare estimators for price quotes. 

Taxi transportation costs from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport to the hotel are approximately $52 one-way, excluding gratuity. 

Please note that all transportation costs are subject to change without notice. 

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Credit Hour totals depend on preconference and sessions attended

ACMPE

ACHE

CEU

CME

CPE

Preconference program clock hours*:
ACMPE Credit: 2.75-5.25  ACHE Credit: 2.75-5.25 CME Credit: 2.75-5.25 CPE Credit: 3-6 CEU Credit: 2.75-5.25

Conference maximum credit hours*:
ACMPE Credit: 10.75 | ACHE Credit: 10.75 | CME Credit: 10.75 CPE Credit: 12.5 | CEU Credit: 10.75

Earn ACMPE, ACHE, CME, CPE and CEU credits for attending sessions.
*Subject to change.

Education Overview

CONTENT AREAS

The Patient
Engage in best practices for patient engagement, access and satisfaction. Utilize solutions for attracting patients to implement and utilize technology designed around optimizing their care.

Staffing and Scheduling
It is important to develop a workforce that is engaged and accountable to the success of the organization. Obtain the skills and tools needed to be able to develop and employ a workforce plan that includes recruiting, training, and retaining best performers.

Profitability and Productivity
Create action plans for improving the performance of an organization by identifying and utilizing benchmarks. Dive deep into how to properly budget and forecast, determine where additional revenue sources may reside and examine costs and revenue management.

LEARNING LEVELS

  • Overview: Education designed to improve your recall and general understanding of a topic or knowledge area.
  • Intermediate/update: Education designed to improve your application and analysis skills in order to develop a working knowledge of a topic or knowledge area, or build on a basic curriculum.
  • Advanced: Education designed to improve your problem-solving skills and develop in-depth expertise in a topic or knowledge area.

PREREQUISITES

Overview and Update
No prerequisites.

Intermediate
A fundamental knowledge of medical group practice management.

Advanced
A working knowledge of medical group practice management.

ADVANCE PREPARATION

No advance preparation is required for any education session unless specified.

LEARNING FORMATS

Traditional
Traditional sessions feature either a speaker sharing his or her knowledge in a lecture-style presentation or a panel of speakers with a moderator facilitating discussion. Traditional sessions include limited question-and-answer time with the audience.

Interactive
An expert facilitator guides participants through interactive learning formats such as hot-topic discussions; round-table discussions; or case study applications designed to foster sharing of ideas, solutions and best practices.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT

ACMPE Continuing Education creditsAmerican College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE):

A cumulative total of 50 ACMPE Continuing Education credit hours is among the requirements for advancement to Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) status. You may receive credit for continuing education taken up to one month prior to your nominee acceptance date. Once you have advanced to CMPE or Fellow status, you must earn and submit 50 hours of qualifying credit hours every three years to maintain your designation. All members are on the same three-year cycle. The current cycle began January 1, 2016 and concludes December 31, 2018. MGMA will calculate a prorated requirement for CMPEs who advance after the beginning of a cycle. Be sure to check your transcript regularly to see how many hours you still need to fulfill.

One ACMPE credit is earned for every 60 minutes of educational contact, rounded down to the nearest 0.25.

ACHE QUALIFIED EDUCATION CREDIT: Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM) is authorized to award 16 hours of pre-approved ACHE Qualified Education credit (non-ACHE) for this program toward advancement, or recertification in American College of Healthcare Executives. Participants in this program wishing to have the continuing education hours applied toward ACHE Qualified Education credit should indicate their attendance when submitting an application to the American College of Healthcare Executives for advancement of recertification. 

One ACHE credit is earned for every 60 minutes of educational contact, rounded down to the nearest 0.25.

ACCME CreditsContinuing Medical Education (CME):

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). The Medical Group Management Association is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Medical Group Management Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 16 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

One CME credit is earned for every 60 minutes of educational content, rounded down to the nearest 0.25. 

 

CPE CreditsContinuing Professional Education (CPE):

MGMA-ACMPE is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors
through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.
 

  • In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, CPE credits have been granted based on a 50-minute hour.
  • This program is in the Specialized Knowledge and Applications field of study.
  • The type of instruction is group-live.
  • National Registry of CPE Sponsors ID: #103652

CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEU): 

Generic CEU certificates of attendance are available to registered attendees for each session that they attend. One CEU credit is earned for every 60 minutes of educational contact, rounded down to the nearest 0.25.

DISCLOSURE OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST

MGMA and the Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM) require instructors, planners, managers and other individuals who are in a position to control the content of this activity to disclose any real or apparent conflict of interest (COI) they may have as related to the content of this activity. All identified COI are thoroughly vetted and resolved according to MGMA policy. The existence or absence of COI for everyone in a position to control content will be disclosed to participates prior to the start of each activity.

QUESTIONS
For additional information regarding continuing education credit offered at the conference, email us continuinged@mgma.com or call 877.275.6462, ext. 1836.

The MGMA 2018 Excellence in Practice Operations Conference is packed with comprehensive educational programming and networking opportunities. At this conference, you'll acquire:

  • Best practices for controlling your operational costs and optimizing your revenue cycle processes
  • Methods to improve budgeting and forecasting
  • Strategies for hiring and retaining top talent, increasing staff engagement and introducing new models of care
  • Action plans to increase patient satisfaction through improving schedule management and introducing new technologies to drive patient engagement 

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SUNDAY, APRIL 22

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Registration Hours

9:00 am-3:00 pm

PRE101 Population Health: Build and Deliver
Speakers: Brian Silverstein, MD, managing director, BDC Advisors, Miami
Rick Weil, PhD, managing director, BDC Advisors, Miami

9:00 am-12:00 pm

PRE102 Building an Exceptional Practice Culture
Speaker: Tracy Spears, co-founder, Exceptional Leaders Lab, Tulsa, Okla. 

4:00-5:30 pm

General Session

5:30-6:30 pm

Welcome Reception in Exhibit Hall

MONDAY, APRIL 23

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Registration Hours

7:00-8:00 am

Continental Breakfast 

8:00-9:30 am

Concurrent Sessions 100 Series

CON101 Setting Practice Standards with Benchmarking Data 
Speaker: Crystal Miner, MBA-HAS, FACMPE, practice administrator, Denali OB/GYN Clinic, Anchorage, Alaska

CON102 Assemble your Crew: Optimizing Provider Work Schedule
Speaker: Rosemarie Nelson, MS, healthcare consultant, Jamesville, N.Y.

CON103 Reduce Patient Sticker Shock Through Better Billing
Speaker: TBD

9:30-10:15 am

Networking Break in Exhibit Hall

9:30 am-3:30 pm

Exhibit Hall Hours

10:15-11:45 am

Concurrent Sessions 200 Series

CON201 A Patient-Level Approach to Managing Practice Costs
Speaker: Owen Dahl, MBA, FACHE, CHBC, LSSMBB, consultant, Owen Dahl Consulting, The Woodlands, Texas

CON202 From Check-In to Checkout: Maximizing Your Practice's Patient Flow
Speaker: Rosemarie Nelson, MS, healthcare consultant, Jamesville, N.Y.

CON203 Caring About Care: Boosting Patient Engagement in a Value-Based World
Speaker: TBD

11:45 am-1:15 pm

Networking Lunch in Exhibit Hall

1:15-2:45 pm

Concurrent Sessions 300 Series

CON301 Making Bank: Managing and Monitoring Your Revenue Cycle
Speaker: Susan Whitney, CPC-I, CMPE, senior content manager, MGMA, Englewood, Colo. 

CON302 Teams That Work: Developing Models of Care Coordination
Speaker: Marjie Harbrecht, MD, MGHealthcare Insights LLC, Golden, Colo.

CON303 Survey Says: Getting the Most Out of Patient Satisfaction Feedback
Speaker: Thomas Jeffrey, president, consultant and partner, SullivanLuallin Group, San Diego

2:45-3:30 pm

Networking Break in Exhibit Hall 

3:30-5:00 pm

Concurrent Sessions 400 Series

CON401 One-Stop Shopping: Finding the Right Level of Ancillary Services for Your Practice
Speakers: Valora Gurganious, MBA, CHBA, partner, senior management consultant, DoctorsManagement LLC, Knoxville, Tenn.
Lawrence Epstein, MPA, CMPE, chief executive officer, Pulmonary and Allergy Associates, Summit, N.J.

CON402 Retaining Your Best Employees Starts With Hiring the Right People
Speakers: Noemi Barraza, PHR, vice president, human resources and business development, Creative Business Resources, Phoenix
Sky Parker, agency director, Creative Business Resources, Phoenix
Rebekah Phillips, RN, BSN, MBA, CMPE, practice administrator, Pediatrics 5280, Centennial Colo.

CON403 Bridging The Digital Divide: Patient-Focused Technology For Better Care Outcomes
Speaker: Jim Higgins, chief executive officer, Solutionreach, Lehi, Utah 

5:00-6:00 pm

Networking Reception

TUESDAY, APRIL 24

7:00 am-12:00 pm

Registration Hours

7:00-8:00 am

Continental Breakfast

8:00-9:15 am

General Session Back to Balance: The Art, Science, and Business of Medicine
Speaker: Halee Fischer- Wright, MD, MMM, FAAP, CMPE, president and chief executive officer, MGMA, Englewood, Colo.

9:15-9:30 am

Networking Break

9:30-10:30 am

Concurrent Sessions 500 Series

CON501 No Surprise: Better Budgeting and Forecasting for Your Practice's Future
Speaker: Rod Nyberg, assistant vice president, Kaufman Hall and Associates LLC, Northfield, Ill.

CON502 Elevating Engagement: Building an Office Where Employees Love to Work
Speaker: Matthew Bates, managing director, StuderGroup, Gulf Breeze, Fla. 

10:30-11:00 am

Hotel Check Out Break

11:00 am-12:00 pm

Concurrent Sessions 600 Series

CON601 MACRA Roundtable
Speaker: TBD

CON602 By The Book: Human Resources Policies and Procedures for Optimal Staff Behavior
Speaker: Karen Young, SPHR, president, Human Resource Resolutions, Harrisburg, Pa. 

The Medical Group Management Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 16 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Hear from some of the leading, healthcare professionals at The Operations Conference. You will walk away with with conrete actions plans and roadmaps that can be implemented within your organization so that you too can become the best of the best. Below are a few speaker biographies that we would like to share with you.

JAKE POORE  president & chief experience officer, Intergrated Loyalty SystemsJAKE POORE 

president & chief experience officer, Intergrated Loyalty Systems

Biography: Unlike typical trainers or keynote speakers, Jake Poore spends most of his time in the trenches of healthcare, working side by side with clinical and non-clinical care team members on every step of the patient experience.

Just after September 11, 2001, Jake launched Integrated Loyalty Systems, a company on a mission to help elevate the human side of healthcare. Since then, Jake and his team of experts have been sharing the organizational blueprints needed to build world class patient experiences by helping them design and execute patient-driven cultural blueprints, define the companies’ patient experience strategy and map out and operationalize the ideal patient and employee experience.

Team ILS has successfully helped many healthcare organizations make cultural transformations including: Kaiser Permanente, Cigna Medical Group, Augusta Health, Dignity Health and their 75 medical practices, Baystate Health, Penn Medicine, Ochsner Health System, National Rehabilitation Hospital, and BJC Healthcare’s ProgressWest Hospital.

Session: GEN01 The Power of Connections 
Session Description: Go with Jake as he shares both the best practices and lessons learned that will arm and empower every member of your care team with the tools they need to intentionally orchestrate patient connections, improve the patient experience, and build loyalty.

ROSEMARY NELSON, MS healthcare consultantROSEMARIE NELSON, MS

healthcare consultant

Biography: Rosemarie Nelson’s experience in medical office management and information technology, combined with her years of consulting to physicians and practice professionals, gives her unique insight into the needs and challenges facing physicians and medical practices. Rosemarie conducts educational seminars and provides keynote speeches on a variety of healthcare technology and operational topics. She has authored numerous articles on practice management issues, and her seminar presentations and publications have been well-received by physicians, administrators, office managers and staff throughout the country.

As a medical practice management consultant, Rosemarie has established significant expertise in system implementation. Key to her qualifications and success is the business analysis method for evaluating processes and needs, and applying solutions to information systems applications. As a manager in the Office of the Future project, she led new technology planning and development for improved clinical operations. Rosemarie has managed project implementation teams and software engineers in the design and implementation of medical practice software and subsequent training of personnel. Drawing on diverse operational, clinical and financial experience, she provides practical solutions to help medical groups meet their objectives.

Session: CON102 Assemble your Crew: Optimizing Provider Work Schedule
Session Description: Successfully managing provider schedules can be one of the most challenging aspects of practice management and requires careful planning. Optimizing the schedule to match the needs of the patients and capacity of the providers can lower patient wait times, improve revenue and take stress off providers and staff — all while increasing patient satisfaction without increasing overhead.

Session: CON202 From Check-In to Checkout: Maximizing Your Practice's Patient Flow
Session Description: How patients, providers and staff navigate your facility is complex: Office design, renovations, digitized systems and organizational culture all can limit or enhance significantly the practice’s ability to make even small process changes. With the proper tools and guidance, efforts to improve patient flow can increase revenue and improve patient and employee satisfaction. As with all process improvement projects, the stakeholders must be involved from the beginning in order to make meaningful changes to the patient flow in the practice.

VALORA GURGANIOUS, MBA, CHBC partner, senior managment consultant, DoctorsManagement LLCVALORA GURGANIOUS, MBA, CHBC

partner, senior managment consultant, DoctorsManagement LLC

Biography:  Valora serves clients in all medical specialties and provides services related to operations, workflow optimization, compliance, IT, accounting, marketing, and strategic planning. Along with a team of CPAs, JDs and MBAs within DoctorsManagement, she also advises physicians and hospitals on practice valuation, startup, contract negotiation and transition of ownership. Clients appreciate that she delivers measurable results. Her financial expertise along with extensive experience in medical practice management is the cornerstone of her success. Valora’s approach makes it easy for clients to implement strategies to increase revenue as well as improve patient satisfaction and retention.

In addition to working with clients, Valora assists in the management of the DM University (DMU). Physicians, practice managers, hospital executives and medical staff use the online educational and credentialing program to better manage the “business of medicine,” maintain excellence in patient care, and prepare to meet the challenges of healthcare reform.

Session: CON401 One-Stop Shopping: Finding the Right Level of Ancillary Services for Your Practice
Session Description: Patients like the convenience of getting multiple services in a single office visit, and offering ancillary services helps meet that demand while maximizing practice revenue. There are many factors to consider when determining if adding additional services is right for your practice, and what additional services make sense for your patient population and staffing situation. These analyses must also be conducted in a compliant, risk-conscious manner.

 

The Medical Group Management Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 16 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Make the most of your conference experience with our two preconference programs.*
Reserve your spot today!

PRE101 Population Health: Build and Deliver

SUNDAY, APRIL 22 |  9:00 AM-3:00 PM


*Available for: ACMPE Credit: 5.25 | ACHE Credit: 5.25 | CME Credit: 5.25 | CPE Credit: 6.3 | CEU Credit: 5.25
The Medical Group Management Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 5.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Advanced | Interactive

Speakers:

Brian Silverstein, MD, managing director, BDC Advisors, Miami

Brian Silverstein, MD is a national healthcare thought leader with extensive leadership, consulting, and operations experience in the payer and provider healthcare market. Over his 20 year career, Brian has been a leader in the development of population health business strategies which create both positive patient care satisfaction and improve provider performance. 



Rick Weil, PhD., managing director, BDC Advisors, Miami

Rick Weil is a proven consulting leader and trusted advisor to healthcare senior executives with extensive experience in the payer and provider healthcare markets. He is an expert in value-based care strategy, organization, and business design with experience working with leading hospital systems, payers, medical technology companies, and large physician groups on issues of strategy, population health management, clinical transformation, and corporate repositioning.

Description: This intensive program will focus on understanding the strategic aspects of population health and how to build and deliver a successful population health program. Attendees will learn how the current delivery system has created the critical need for new approaches, the best definitions for population health, the linkages with healthcare reform, and how these initiatives will play out in the future. Key market characteristics and drivers that form the foundation for successful program creation will also be assessed. Best practice models and an operational framework will be provided which will help attendees build or further refine their care delivery systems.

This program will provide you with the knowledge to:

  • Develop smarter decisions about alignment and assemble strategic resources for their organization
  • Determine how to build and deliver a successful population health program
  • Utilize a framework to analyze your organization's care delivery system
 

 

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PRE102 Building an Exceptional Practice Culture

SUNDAY, APRIL 22 | 9:00 AM-12:00 PM


*Available for: ACMPE Credit: 2.75 | ACHE Credit: 2.75 | CME Credit: 2.75 | CPE Credit: 3 | CEU Credit: 2.75
The Medical Group Management Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 2.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Intermediate | Traditional

Speaker:

Tracy Spears, co-founder, Exceptional Leaders Lab, Tulsa, Okla.

Tracy Spears has coached thousands of professionals through conferences, webinars, broadcasts, and videos. Her energetic and interactive approach has helped leaders and aspiring leaders all over the world to improve their leadership skills, their communication and their understanding of how people and organizations succeed. Tracy specializes in developing leaders, inspiring teamwork and enhancing inter-office communications. The innovative content in her workshops is taken directly from her best-selling books, and has been adapted successfully for diverse audiences. 

Description: As a medical practice leader, building a culture of engagement and success in your medical practice begins with knowing what culture is. For many, it’s all about emotion — how people feel being part of the organization. This program will examine the practice leader’s role in going beyond having an open door and listening to employees and explore how setting high expectations and then recognizing and responding to employee behavior sets the bar for coaching them to become energetic, engaged and aligned with the practice’s mission. You will learn how to confront office conflicts, use patience and reflection to turn them into learning opportunities and test the practice culture you are continually building.


This program will provide you with the knowledge to:

  • Demonstrate how trust, recognition and engagement helps build successful team interactions
  • Outline how to set expectations and empower employees to reach and exceed them
  • Analyze employee behavior to improve coaching for improved working relationships

 

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*Preconference programs require additional fees.

QUESTIONS
For additional information regarding continuing education credit offered at the conference, email us continuinged@mgma.com or call 877.275.6462, ext. 1836.

You come in search of solutions. You'll leave with the intelligence you need to succeed. 

 
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PRECONFERENCE PROGRAM REGISTRATION
Sunday, April 22
MGMA MEMBER NONMEMBER PURCHASE
PRE101 Population Health: Build and Deliver
(Capacity: 100)
$399 $599
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PRE102 Building and Exceptional Practice Culture
(Capacity: 100)
$299 $499
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Member rates are a benefit of membership. To qualify, you must be a member at the time of registration. 

Please note: Registration fees do not include housing costs. 

QUESTIONS? PLEASE CONTACT SERVICE@MGMA.COM. INCLUDE THE NAME OF THIS CONFERENCE IN YOUR MESSAGE.

You come in search of solutions. You'll leave with the intelligence you need to succeed. 

The MGMA 2018 Excellence in Practice Operations Conference Exhibit Hall is your source for information about the products and services that you need to help your organization move forward. Dedicate time during the conference to visit the Exhibit Hall. Talk with industry experts, who can help you find answers to your daily challenges and enable you to make informed decisions about your practice's current and future needs. 

EXHIBIT HALL SCHEDULE
 

Sunday, April 22

5:30-6:30 pm

Welcome Reception in the Exhibit Hall

Monday, April 23

9:30 am-3:30 pm

Exhibit Hall hours

9:30-10:15 am

Networking Break in Exhibit Hall

11:45 am-1:15 pm

Networking Lunch in Exhibit Hall

2:45-3:30 pm

Networking Break in Exhibit Hall

3:15 pm

Match, Mingle and Win! Drawings in Exhibit Hall

The topics you focus on in conference are mirrored on the Exhibit Hall floor. The hall will be group by topic/discussion track, so the products and solutions that you are searching for are easily comparable on-site. 

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