Join sessions in this track to learn how to minimize billing bottlenecks and optimize your revenue realization.
Exclusively for executive-level professionals, this track provides insights into some of the industry’s current trends, growing your business, and the future of on-demand healthcare.
Want tips and proven practices to simplify daily operations and improve efficiencies? This track is for you.
Urgent Care Connect is excited to welcome keynote speaker, Robin Farmanfarmaian, to Nashville. Robin is a successful entrepreneur and angel investor who believes technology can empower patients and make positive impacts on the medical field. You don’t want to miss her session! See where the shifts are happening in healthcare delivery, patient experience, and healthcare consumer spending power and trends. Learn how these shifts provide opportunities for new revenue streams and services to offer your patients and customers. Get clear action items and ideas to thrive in this new world.
As you adapt to changes in the dynamic urgent care space, you need practical, actionable information that will make a difference in your business.
Learn how to be successful from urgent experts, product pros, and your peers. Check back soon for a detailed agenda.
Wednesday, March 2, 2022, from 1-5 pm CST
Using the Experity Operating system? Join Experity gurus to learn how to optimize your system and follow best practices to help you handle growing patient volume.
Learn how to leverage features you may not be using to get the most benefits possible from your EMR/PM and Patient Engagement Solution.
*For Experity Practice Velocity or Experity EMR/PM Clients only
*For Experity DocuTAP Clients only
Wednesday, March 2, 2022, FROM 1-5 PM CST
Experity’s Pre-User Conference Training Track brought to you by the Institute of Urgent Care Medicine (IUCM). IUCM is the leading continuing education and staff training online learning website. Each registrant will obtain up to four AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.
This 4-hour training session covers a deep dive on breaking the new code: mastering E/M documentation and utilizing clinical decision making guidelines to keep more of your patients in house.