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Why Your Practice Should Consider Attending the eClinicalWorks Users Conference

Written by Nicole Laucks | Aug 11, 2016 5:24:10 PM

Have you registered yet for the upcoming eClinicalWorks Users Conference? Maybe you are considering it but aren't really sure what to expect. Maybe you aren't considering it at all but you should be. The 2016 conference starts on October 21st and advance pricing ends on October 7th. Here are a few things you need to know before deciding to attend the eCW Users conference this year.

First let's talk about where the conference is being held this year. The 2016 eClinicalWorks Users Conference will be held in Orlando, Florida at the World Center Marriott. eClinicalWorks users from all over the country will be traveling to the Sunshine State for the annual event.
 
Now let's talk about why more than 5,000 people choose to attend the eCW Users Conference.
 

Networking

What better way to meet like-minded professionals than at a users conference? It's the perfect opportunity to make new connections and brainstorm ideas. 
 
If you're new to the conference scene or are unsure about your networking skills, don't worry. Networking, at its core, is about showing interest in the people you meet. If you are worried about networking, check out this article- 6 Secrets to Better Networking at Conferences by Dave Kerpen on LinkedIn. 
 
And if you're wondering how many people are registered from your state, eCW has a great map available on the registration site. Here you can see just how many people have registered for this years eCW users conference by state. Florida is leading the way with over 300 registrants right now but New York, Texas, and California aren't far behind.
 

100+ Breakout Sessions to Help You Succeed

Staff, Provider & Patient Engagement Strategies, Maximizing eBO Features, and Front Office Best Practices are just a few of the sessions that are currently listed for the eCW Users Conference. You can view the full list here but I assure you, there is a session available for nearly everyone.
 
Some sessions are even specialty driven. There are a few dedicated to Dermatology, Allergy, and Primary Care. Others help with patient engagement, specific eClinicalWorks features/modules, or generally provide advice and tips on things like time management.
 
With the release of eClinicalWorks 10e and the changes taking place with healthcare reimbursement, there's really no better time to invest your time into preparing your practice. There are a few sessions focused around the upcoming changes with MACRA, transitioning your practice to a Patient Centered Medical Home, and even going live with 10e.
 
Beyond the breakout sessions you can also visit eCW Central where eClinicalWorks product specialists and software engineers will meet with you one-on-one. eCW Central gives you hands-on experience with the tools you are using everyday. The best part? It's free!
 
eClinicalWorks product specialists and engineers can help you with things like:
  • Patient engagement and healow
  • Interoperability
  • Population Health solutions and more
 

Fun

After a day packed with learning and networking, you'll also have time for some fun. There is a Saturday night dinner party that's included in the conference registration. If you're bringing a guest you can also purchase a party pass. A Party Pass allows a family or friend to attend the Saturday night party with you.
 
Besides the Saturday night dinner party, eClinicalWorks has pulled together some recommendations of activities/attractions, restaurants, shopping, and theme parks in the area that you can visit while in Orlando. Whether you enjoy golfing, chocolate, live music, or Disney World, Orlando has something for everyone. You can view all of the recommendations here.
 

Ready to register?

You can still register and get advance pricing at $800 which includes four breakfasts, three lunches, one dinner party, daily AM/PM refreshments and access to the keynote address plus 100+ sessions, exhibit hall, product demos, and training and support techs. Click here for more details on signing up for the eCW Users Conference.
 
Have you been to an eClinicalWorks Users Conference in the past? Let us know about your experience in the comments below.