Sunday, January 25, 2009

TEPR 2009 – AHDI and MTIA Member Special Offering

This February, the TEPR+ Conference (February 1-5, Palm Springs CA), will hold a special program focused on how the changing world of healthcare will impact stakeholders throughout healthcare – including the medical transcription industry, both its practitioners and its business owners. To that end, MRI is offering MTIA and AHDI members a 50% discount off regular registration rates, courtesy of AAMT’s former CEO, Claudia Tessier, who is now Vice President of Medical Records Institute – TEPR’s sponsoring organization. Join us for this special session on Thursday:

EMRs and Medical Transcription: The Benefits of Cooperation
Medical transcription continues to be a multi-billion dollar industry even as EMR adoption is growing slowly but steadily. Join key industry leaders at TEPR+ 2009 on Thursday, February 5, to explore their intersecting factors and their current and potential impact on one another and throughout healthcare. Chaired by: George Catuogno, President, Sten-Tel Inc. and Claudia Tessier RHIA, Vice President, Medical Records Institute, and former CEO, American Association for Medical Transcription.

Co-moderators will be joined by
Rob Marsh, Vice President, Business Development, Nightingale
Mark R. Anderson, FHIMSS, CPHIMS, CEO, AC Group, Inc.
Nick van Terheyden, MD Chief Medical Officer, M*Modal
Raul Kivatinetz, President, AssistMed, and
Robin Daigh, Vice President, Marketing & Business Development, MD-IT.

Other Conference Highlights:

EMR Boot Camp 101 Tutorial – free to all registrants
Health Care: The Next Bubble - Alan Greene, MD
AMA View - Joseph Heyman, Chairman of the Board of the American Medical Association

*AHDI/MTIA member discount valid for full conference registration and Thursday-only registration

Click here to register. AHDI and MTIA members must use this link to access discount rates.

1 comment:

Sandra L said...

I have taken and graduated from 2 medical transcription schools to keep up with the newest technology & trends in medical transcription. I am also presently a medical transcription student at Career Step. I need to know if I'm wasting my time taking the Career Step course. I'm not going to take any more courses. I need a job in Medical Transcription. Is the medical transcriptionist going to be gotten rid of when EMR gets to going in full force? My physician's wife just flat told me that medical transcriptionists wouldn't be needed now that they are going to have EMR. Is this true?
If we are not going to be employable in the future I need to know now so that I won't waste my time taking the Career Step course.
I would like a reply.
Sandra L Bradfield, Career Step MT