Military Healthcare Convention and Conference
|Event Date/Time: May 21, 2012||End Date/Time: May 24, 2012|
|Registration Date: May 20, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Mar 30, 2012|
We are at a crossroads in the Military Healthcare industry. 2011 ended with the largest drawdown of active duty troops in a generation. In the past decade, over a million troops have served in both Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. Moving forward, we received orders to drastically lower the number of troops in Afghanistan. Every service member requires quality health services during and after deployment. Right now is crucial in revitalizing the way we treat our soldier to prepare for the unique challenges this will provide.
Now more than ever, the Military Healthcare Convention & Conference (MHCC) is the stage to train those serving our service members and veterans. This conference will train attendees for the changing landscape of care that they will face over the coming years.
This event will provide a stronger, more holistic approach to post-deployment care and rehabilitation, centering on new research, innovation and techniques for the wounded soldier and veteran.
The Military Healthcare Convention & Conference targets best practices, new developments and delivers a multidisciplinary approach to addressing the health issues of all service members and their families. The community comes together to access advancements in key areas. Those in attendance will receive in-depth, first hand accounts from experts in each stage of the continuum of care, including:
- Advancements in TBI and PTSD diagnostics, research and recovery
- New Strategies and Priorities of the VA and various veteransâ€™ organizations around the country
- Well-rounded rehab and therapy solutions, including a focus on the military family
- Advancements in Stem Cell Research and its implications in Military Healthcare
IDGAâ€™s Military Healthcare Convention and Conference is the premier forum on the ever-changing world of military healthcare, both in and out of the battlefield. The audience at this four-day summit will be senior level professionals from the military, government agencies, private sector and academic communities.
You will be able to meet:
- Senior Military Leadership from DoD
- Program Management from DoD
- Physicianâ€™s Assistants
- Medical Readiness Personnel
- Force Health Protection Personnel
- Research and Development Personnel
- Logistics Personnel
- Case Managers
- Procurement Professionals
- Surgical Care Personnel
Learning Objectives: MHCC Overall Learning Objectives
- Discuss the latest tactics, strategies, technologies, systems, treatments, processes and services for patient care
- Integrate advancements in the continuum of care (from pre-screening to reintegration) for military personnel and their families into existing treatments/programs
- Explain best practices and new developments in battlefield healthcare treatment of injuries
- Create a multidisciplinary approach for combating post-deployment mental health problems of servicemen
- Describe techniques to integrate electronic health records systems