AAPP Contact: Michael Chesser, 877-746-7301
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
American Academy of Private Physicians Announces Discounted Spring Conference Registration Rates for Arizona Physicians
Indianapolis, Ind (March 23, 2015) – The leading national authority and trade organization for private medicine practices, the American Academy of Private Physicians (AAPP) board of directors announces that for their Spring Conference on Private Medicine all Arizona physicians and respective staff interested in attending their Spring Conference on Private Medicine, April 17 and 18, 2015 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort in Phoenix, Arizona may attend at half of their respective registration categories.
- AAPP’s SPRING CONFERENCE on PRIVATE MEDICINE
- April 17 & 18, 2015
- JW Marriott Desert Ridge
- CONFERENCE REGISTRATION LINKS: Available at www.aapp.org
- CONFERENCE AGENDA and SPEAKERS Available at www.aapp.org
The AAPP Spring Conference is open to Physicians, Residents, Medical Students, Physician Assistants, Nurse Pratitioners, Office Managers, Government Agencies and Retired Physicians.
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. Physicians attending the Spring Conference will earn CME credits for their participation. To see the full conference agenda and confirmed list of speakers and panel participants visit www.aapp.org.
AAPP is also close to finalizing their keynote speaker, Roy Harris, from MDVIP to discuss Corporate Liability in Private Medicine.
“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” pointed out Dr. Priddy, President of the AAPP.
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.
SOURCE: Press Release, AAPP, March 24, 2015