If you’re one of the more than 850 doctors, practice managers, nurses, executives and others already registered for our 2012 User Conference, we have a jam-packed schedule waiting for you and your colleagues starting Sunday in Boston.
And if you haven’t yet signed up, but would still like to attend, you’ll be happy to know that registration remains open.
We will present over 50 different sessions on everything from what’s happening with EMRs, Meaningful Use and health information technology on Capitol Hill, to how to maximize schedule density at your medical practice.
Not only will Abraham Verghese, MD—renowned physician and author of bestselling novel “Cutting for Stone”—be here in Boston to deliver the keynote address, but the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, Farzad Mostashari, MD, will speak as well.
Doctors can enroll in CME courses and everyone has a chance to win big—for charity, of course—at our exciting Casino Night. We’ll have a hall set up just for sponsors and exhibitors and rooms dedicated to product demo presentations throughout each day.
athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush will outline our strategy for 2012 … and you’ll go home knowing why care coordination represents an important opportunity in your community, whether you are a smaller practice or a large health care system.
Finally, some of you are going to win some great awards for supporting athenahealth’s mission of making health care work as it should.
You can still sign up for the User Conference. And if you can’t make it this year, we’ll report out on the blog, on Twitter with hashtag #athenahealthUC and via other social media channels.