The fourth annual urgent care conference, hosted by the North East Regional Urgent Care Association (NERUCA), will bring together urgent care owners, providers and staff members to learn more about the current state of the industry, specifically in the northeastern region.
(July 16, 2018) - The North East Regional Urgent Care Association (NERUCA) announced this week that registration is now open for the fourth annual urgent care conference, which will will be held at the Hilton Hotel in Albany, New York on October 29-30. This year's conference presentations will be centered around The Urgent Care Landscape: Stepping Into a New Generation.
The conference is expected to have up to 150 attendees and host vendors from the urgent care industry. Planned speakers are David Stern, CEO of Practice Velocity, Alan Ayers, CEO of Velocity Urgent Care, and many more. Topics being covered include integrating world class service into your culture and care model, payor negotiations, compliance, marketing, provider compensation, advocacy strategy, on-demand services, and much more! The conference includes a leadership and provider track in which providers will be able to earn CME credits.
Todd Martin, NERUCA’s vice president, expects NERUCA members to gain more insight into the future of the urgent care industry at this year's conference.
“We hope to create an environment that is conducive to urgent care owners, providers, and staff members,” says Todd Martin. “We want to help generate learning and networking opportunities for NERUCA members that will help them navigate the ever-changing urgent care industry and prepare for what lies ahead.”
To register or learn more, go to www.neruca.org/nerucaconference.
North East Regional Urgent Care AssociationThe North East Regional Urgent Care Association began in 2013 and prioritizes representing urgent cares in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont in the face of regulatory and legislative demands. NERUCA provides regional access to legislative and payer advocacy, world class educational opportunities and cutting edge industry partners to support centers, allowing owners/operators and staff to do best for patients and communities.