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Saving Private Practice: LACMA hosts first ever Private Practice Consortium, July 15 in Los Angeles



June 23, 2017
Area(s) of Interest: Practice Management Professional Development & Education 

The Los Angeles County Medical Association (LACMA) invites physicians to attend the first-ever Private Practice Consortium and take advantage of free personal one-on-one consultations and breakout sessions hosted by industry experts who can help you and your practice thrive. The consortium takes place Saturday, July 15, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.

Attendees will learn about:

 

  • The latest regulatory policies that will impact their practices
  • Streamlining your business operations
  • Saving money on practice services
  • Optimizing reimbursements while enhancing patient care
  • Achieving better balance between work, life and well-being
  • Recruiting and retaining employees

 

LACMA's trusted network of preferred partners will be available to assist you with everything from billing and coding, to wealth management, employment law, IT services, recruiting and staffing, and much more!

There will also be breakout sessions that focus on ways you can enhance your practice and adapt to the changing health care environment. Consultants (many of them physicians) will share their experiences around entrepreneurial ventures, innovation and trends in technology, personalized medicine and big data, investment strategies, and tools for increasing productivity, performance and personal satisfaction.

 

Janus Norman, Senior Vice President and chief lobbyist for the California Medical Association, is the lunchtime keynote speaker and will discuss how physicians can engage in the legislative process to save private practice.  

 

Register today at www.losangelesmedicine.org/register. (Register by June 30 and you will be entered to win two tickets to a Rams or Chargers game.)

 

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