March 1-2, 2017
Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa
Tucson, AZ

ORTHOLINK-ORTHOPEDIC PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

Ortho Summit brings together USPI-affiliated orthopedic and neurological practice administrators and operations staff for two full days of networking, learning, and sharing best practices amongst some of the best and brightest in the nation in ortho and spine care. This year’s summit will address many of the challenges orthopedic practice administrators face in realizing success as the health care industry continues to transform. Attendees experience valuable learning from peers, colleagues and subject matter experts on trends, tools and resources, and other core areas that affect their practice.

TESTIMONIALS

I have found the Ortho Summit to be more informational, interactive and relevant to our practice than any other conference my colleagues and I attend throughout the year.    

 

Jeff Goldberg, COO

Resurgens Orthopaedics

SOME OF THE TOPICS COVERED AT ORTHOSUMMIT 2017 INCLUDE

  • MIPS/MACRA
  • Bundled Payment readiness
  • Best Practices for Co-management and Gainshare Agreements
  • Midlevel Utilization
  • Patient Reported Outcomes
  • Direct to Consumer (marketing, online presence and profile)
  • Workers Compensation – Growing it the right way
  • Pre-Verification
  • Improving practice and ASC relationships

REGISTRATION FEE: $785 per person

In addition to accessing all Summit presentations, participants will enjoy two nights’ luxury accommodations at the Westin La Paloma Resort, nestled amidst the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains in Tucson. Meals and drinks throughout the summit and a fun Thursday evening event are also included in the registration fee.

 

Attendees are responsible for their travel to and from the resort. The meetings begin at 1:00 PM on Wednesday, and conclude with the evening event on Thursday. Please make travel arrangements accordingly.

 

Click here for more information on visiting Tucson.

 

Contact the conference organizers, Grace Kirchgraber (gkirchgraber@ortholink.net) or Judy Eustace (jeustace@ortholink.net), or continue to check back here for more information.