Integrative Partnership Conference - Orlando (IPC)
|Event Date/Time: Oct 03, 2009||End Date/Time: Oct 04, 2009|
|Registration Date: Aug 28, 2009|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 06, 2009|
Physicians and patients are currently faced with a multitude of healthcare challenges. Inconsistent insurance reimbursement and rising healthcare costs put a strain on the doctorâ€™s bottom line and ability to provide services. These days, the patient, who is responsible for the claims not paid by insurance, has to decide whether to pay the medical bill or pay the mortgage. With the economy in a down slope and the current rate of unemployment, patients can no longer afford long, drawn out treatment plans resulting in multiple doctor visits and medications. This can result in low compliance rates and unsuccessful outcomes. Physicians need chronic symptom solutions and financial strategies for positive outcomes and practice growth.
The IPC was established as an educational forum for allopathic and integrative healthcare providers. The goal of the conference is to discover and discuss evidence-based, cutting-edge treatment technologies that may not only produce positive patient outcomes, but may contribute to bottom line goals as well. This conference also provides 10 CME/CEU credits with topics including food allergy testing, hormone therapy, Scenar technology, heavy metal toxicity, sublingual immunotherapy, and subclinical nutritional deficiencies.
Ron Grabowski, B.S., R.D., D.C.
Arden Anderson, Ph.D., D.O., F.S.
Louis Cady, M.D.
Erin Lommen, N.D.
Jay Mead, M.D.
David Quig, Ph.D, M.S., B.S.
L. Charles Masur, BSc, M.D.
Robert Rountree, M.D.
Susan Debin, M.D.
Donese Worden, N.M.D.
Richard Powell, N.D., N.M.D., OMD, CAc, Ph.D.
Conference and hotel rates are the same in all three cities. The conference costs $349 with a $299 early bird rate. The hotel rate is $129.
Physicians interested in attending or those seeking more information and a complete schedule of events, can visit www.theipconf.com or call 800-971-1719.