Cutting-edge interactive boot camps that help clinicians and administrators join forces to build a successful ambulatory orthopedic practice.
We have assembled an internationally renowned group of leaders that represents all stakeholders who are involved in the care of orthopedic surgical patients. Meet some of our selected speakers below.
Duke University Health System Clinical Education and Professional Development as a jointly accredited activity with 18 credits for nurses and physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Learn from colleagues across multiple disciplines, and explore up to 3 different interactive tracks that cover the financial, clinical, and operational aspects of orthopedic VBC.
Our pricing is designed to allow everyone to participate. We also offer team discounts and scholarship opportunities for many of our attendees.
|Registrant Category||Early Birds
(by November 1st, 2018)
(after November 1st, 2018)
Executives and Managers
|Main Conference Registrants||Price for Other Registrants|
|All||$99 inclusive of all 3 Bootcamps||$199 per each Bootcamp|
|Main Conference+Boot Camp Registrants*||Other Registrants|
Our conference will be held at the Island Hotel Newport Beach. Reserve a room at this 5-star hotel in the heart of Newport Beach. Enjoy popular neighborhood attractions, including Fashion Island, Balboa Beach, Fun Zone, and the Orange County Museum of Art. Reserve A Room
"Good mix of content related to orthopedic bundle programs and all of the important things that must be attended to in order to be successful. The break-out sessions were outstanding."
William Wilkison, Vice President, Ambulatory Care and Ancillary Services, Pinnacle Health System
"Having the different tracks was very important. Our team was able to divide and conquer. We all got so much out of this conference and we're able to re-group and share."
Joseph Dominguez, MD, Medical Director, Anesthesiology, Northbay Healthcare
"Loved the ability to interact in a multidisciplinary fashion. Having different perspectives (physicians, nurses, administrators) was helpful to see the larger picture."
Ann Smith RN, Orthopedic Program Manger, Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center