Physicians Learn How To Make Practices Thrive During Healthcare Reform
2010 Healthcare Conference gives physicians information on how healthcare reform will impact their practice and resources to improve patient and practice outcomes.
- (1888PressRelease) August 10, 2010 - The 10 CME, 2010 Healthcare Conference, taking place in Las Vegas Nevada at the Red Rock Resort on October 1-2, 2010, presents a new clinical business model for physicians. Eleven speakers will present cutting edge, evidence based clinical modalities that provide successful outcomes for challenging chronic symptoms. Case studies and technology theory will be presented with opportunities for face to face discussions with speakers. The second component of this conference provides business strategies and direction on how to implement these modalities so that physicians can build the revenue needed to fund their practice.
With increasing overhead and decreasing reimbursements, the scrutinizing of financial risk is key to a practice's survival. Kauley Jones, Physician Consulting Inc. president states, "It's hard out there for primary care doctors right now. This is a model that enables doctors to obtain the latest and most advanced tools they need to heal their patients and not have to worry about whether or not the costs are covered. It is really just doing "smart" business. So patients get better, resulting in less of a strain on the health system and physicians gain revenue, so they can keep providing services. It is a win-win for the patient, physician, and the healthcare system."
Keynote speaker, Gerry Sikorski, will review the healthcare reform initiative and discuss how it will impact physicians. He will also discuss how healthcare reform could change the way physicians do business. Gerry Sikorski is Government Section Leader for distinguished Washington D.C. based law firm, Holland & Knight. He represented Minnesota in the U.S. House of Representatives for ten years, from 1983 to 1993. During this time he served on the powerful Energy and Commerce Committee, with jurisdiction over telecommunications, finance, trade.
In addition to Mr. Sikorski, Various speakers will talk about innovative, evidence based ways to manage conditions such as obstructive sleep apnea, inflammatory conditions, hormonal issues and mental health. There will also be discussions on disaster medicine as well as allopathic and naturopathic methodologies. Each day will conclude with a panel discussion bringing Other speakers include Rolf Habersang, MD, Steven Scheer, MD, Scott Rollins, MD, Toni Bark, MD, Erik L. Goldman, Erin Lommen, ND, Ronald Grabowski, BS, RD, DC, Donese Worden, NMD, John Giordano, CCJS, MAC, CAP, PhD, David B Wood, B.Sc, ND
Conference early bird rates end August 15, 2010.For more information and registration, please visit www.2010HealthcareConference.com.