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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
American Academy of Private Physicians Announces Spring Conference on Private Medicine in Phoenix
Indianapolis, Ind (March 6, 2015) – The leading national authority and trade organization for private medicine practices, the American Academy of Private Physicians (AAPP) announces their Spring Conference on Private Medicine, April 17 and 18, 2015 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort in Phoenix, Arizona.
The Spring Conference on Private Medicine’s programming is designed to foster networking with industry-leading experts in the fields of medical-legal counseling, healthcare marketing, medical technology and new innovations, long-term business planning and practice formation.
Additionally, the AAPP’s Spring Conference attendees will be learning about new federal policies and laws that apply to DPC, private and concierge medicine practices from a panel of industry experts. Three educational tracks have been added to meet the needs of the membership in the ever-changing healthcare industry. These one-day tracks will focus on:
- Direct Primary Care (DPC) practices
- Practice Formation: designing a successful private practice
- Private Medicine and Concierge practices
“We’re working hard to create an environment that fosters networking opportunities for our members. We want all conference participants to walk away from this two-day event with hard answers to the big questions in DPC and Private Medicine”, pointed out Dr. Priddy. “Staying legally compliant, learning how to grow and market your practice, and staying up to date on new technologies are the major concerns of physicians today. We will address all of these issues and much more in Phoenix this coming April 17th and 18th.”
Physicians attending the Spring Conference will earn CME credits for their participation.
Visit the new www.aapp.org to see the detailed Spring Conference agenda, confirmed list of presenters, and to register. The American Academy of Private Physicians is a nonprofit trade association for medical doctors in the practice of private medicine. The AAPP is proud to act as the pre-eminent informational resource and professional advocacy group for private medicine.