Seven Reasons Why You Don’t Want To Miss This Pediatrics Practice Management Seminar

My friends at the Pediatric Practice Management Institute (PMI) have an awesome seminar that you don’t want to miss.

Why should you not miss it?

Glad you asked.

I have lucky number 7 reasons why you should not miss this seminar.

OAK.0021 – YOU’LL BE AWESOMER

I know awesomer is not a word. But it gets’s the point across. Here is the deal, no matter how experienced you are at managing a practice, there is always something new you can learn.

2 – YOU’LL LEARN NEW IDEAS

Managing a private practice can be a lonely world. There aren’t that many of us. And most of the time we are locked up in a back room (used for both your office and storage) trying to figure out how to keep the ship afloat.

Without exposure to a variety of points of view, you will miss new ideas and trends that can impact future results.

3 – YOU’LL GAIN EXPOSURE

Paul and his team at PMI have put together a superb curriculum. The educational materials will certainly expose you to new ways of managing your business (e.g., private medical practice) and help you discover how to be more productive.

4 – YOU’LL MEET COOL & INTERESTING PEOPLE

Here is the way I see it. The practices that tend to go to practice management seminars are precisely the practices I want to learn from. And PMI’s seminar provides a great opportunity to network with the best practice in the country.

5 – TALK TO CONSULTANTS AND VENDORS

Not only will you have access to a community of like-minded people that have similar struggles, have similar challenges and practical, hands-on advice, suggestions, and solutions, you will also have access to the industries top consultants.

Don’t tell them I said this, but if you ask the right questions, to say… Chip Hart, I bet you, you’ll get thousands of dollars worth of practice management advice for <ahem> free.

Keep in mind that experts in the field are some of the best people for you to get to know if you want to learn more about the current health care business climate as it relates to small, private, independent, pediatric practices.

6 – YOU’LL DISCOVER

You will undoubtedly discover innovative ways to help your practice remain competitive in today’s fast-paced, hectic private-practice.

7 – IT’S VEGAS BABAY (NOT A TYPO)

Did I mention it was in Vegas?

All work and no play can get old fast. PMI’s conference can add a layer of enjoyment to managing your career growth by mixing a social aspect into your learning and industry branding efforts.

Never underestimate the power of a little fun mixed with some interesting people!

BUT THAT IS NOT ALL

Use the promo code “PediInc” and save $75 off your conference fee.

Conference Details:

  • WhenFriday, January 29, 2016 at 2:00 PM –  Saturday, January 30, 2016 at 5:00 PM (PST)
  • WhereTropicana- Las Vegas
  • Sign Up: Click on the Eventbrite logo below to sign up

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pediatric-practice-management-conference-las-vegas-tickets-18689205918?ref=ecount

Don’t forget to use the promo code PediInc to get $75 off

Earn 2 Free Passes to Attend a Pediatric Practice Management Seminar

Screen Shot 2013-12-15 at 5.41.58 PMDuring last AwesomeCast, Chip and I talked a little about different New Years resolutions that practices could adopt. I shared a few that have been on my plate which focused more on building culture.

Chip had some really good ones. In fact, I wrote down a couple so I would remember to add them to my list.

But one  I thought was especially good that Chip offered was to send staff members to a seminar. 

To learn why this is a good idea, you’ll have to listen to the AwesomeCast. But to participate in our contest, keep on reading.

As it turns out, our buddy Paul Vanchiere from Pediatric Management Institute is putting together several seminars around the country. So Chip offered to give 2 free passes to one of the seminars hosted by the PMI.

Here is what you need to do.

Share your best ideas for your New Years Resolutions and the winner get two (2) free passes to the PMI pediatric practice management seminar of their choice. Head over to Chip’s blog at chipsblog.pcc.com for details about the contest.

For more information about the PMI seminars:
http://pediatricmanagementinstitute.com/events/future-seminars-and-webinars.html