|Embrace the Future: Register to Attend ASIPP's 17th Annual Meeting
April 9-11, 2015 | Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando | Orlando, Florida
We are pleased to announce the agenda for ASIPP's 17th Annual Meeting in collaboration with the Florida Society of Interventional Pain Physicians. We hope you will join us for the meeting in the fun filled city of Orlando. Bring your family and spend a few days.
This year's theme is Embrace the Future: Evidence, Medical necessity, Be accountable and reasonable, Research-based practice, Advocacy based on evidence, Competency and compromise based on a comprehensive approach, Ethical practice and sacrifice. (BROCHURE)
We continue to face challenges in our practices and our specialty but the best way to handle these difficulties is by staying positive and to EMBRACE THE FUTURE. The 2015 Annual Meeting will have practical, evidence-based, and progressive education to help preserve your practice into the future. We believe you will find that this conference is quite different from the majority of other conferences. We have worked hard to design a meeting for you and your staff that covers the many aspects of your practice, from evidence-based medicine, emerging concepts and controversies, to practice management and information technology and media, and much, much more.
This Annual Meeting will have many exciting features: not only practical, evidence-based education, but also many new and exciting speakers, whom we are proud to say are the highest quality we've ever had.
1. John J. Nance, a New York Times Best-Seller Author, and ABC Analyst, will provide the Manchikanti Distinguished lecture "Surviving the Affordable Care Act Earthquake: Implications and Survival Strategies for Interventional Pain Management." Mr. Nance will also talk on "Medical Errors: Prevention and Management in IPM. http://www.johnnanceassociates.com/
2. P. Christopher Music, best-selling author and international speaker, will provide a keynote talk on "Survival of Independent Practice of Interventional Pain Management: Strategies for Present and Future." http://www.pchristophermusic.com/
3. Dr. Devi is the first interventional pain physician to be a medical journalist. She will deliver the Raj-Racz Distinguished lecture "IPM in the Age of Explosive Information and Media: Is it Indispensable or Irrelevant? She will provide tips for us on how to deal with the age of information and instant and rapid communication. http://doctordevi.com/
4. Vanila Singh, MD will tell us about "An Interventionalist's Experience: Jumping into the Political Arena - Facts, Fiction, Frustration and Reward."
Other speakers include eminent physicians Christopher J. Gilligan, MD, Robert Levy, MD, PhD, Paul Sloan, MD, Konstantin Slavin, MD, Nebojsa Nick Knezevic, MD, PhD, and Gabriele Jasper, MD, and many others-each with a lifetime of experience in interventional pain management.
We also offer sessions on practical billing, coding, and practice management and our always popular abstract presentations. This year we have a special session for our large resident and fellow members with many great speakers.
Join us for this exciting meeting and begin to Embrace the Future.
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