American Optometric Society
The American Optometric Society was formed a mere 4 months ago and will be hosting its Inaugural Meeting and Practice Management Seminar at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego, California from March 26 to 28, 2010.
About the American Optometric Society
The AOS is committed to giving its members a voice in their profession, supporting the common goals of its members and advocating for its members within other organizations. The American Optometric Society is an inclusive, transparent organization that works with local, regional and national optometric organizations. The AOS remains committed to the open communication with and the fair and equal representation of its members. Above all, the AOS is dedicated to excellence in patient care and the growth and expansion of optometrists’ ability to serve the public.
Our basic target audience is optometrists that wish to improve the efficiency of their practices. The basic promo for the meeting is that it will provide 11 hours of CE (continuing education) to show the Doctors and their staff how to work smarter in the management of their practices. It's also the inaugural meeting for the American Optometric Society. The meeting is being held in San Diego, California, a great location at a great time of year to get away from the cold. Please see link below for more information on the meeting http://www.optometricsociety.org/in…eting.html.
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Free upgrade to a Hard Rock Suite will be extended to the first 75 to register and book a room at the Hard Rock! (subject to meeting minimum attendance requirements).
AOS Founding member rates, saving you $100 over the regular rates.
* $295 - Regular (January 16 - February 28th, 2010)
* $345 - Late Registration (March 1 - Onset of Meeting)
Gary Gerber, O.D. - The Grand Illusion - The 5 Places Your Money is Disappearing and How to Fix Them
Alan Homestead - Billing and Coding for the Optometric Practice
Jeff Anshel, O.D. - The Role of Nutrition in the Primary Care Practice
Craig Steinberg, O.D., J.D. - Avoiding and Surviving a VSP Audit
Rich Driscoll, O.D. - How to Use the Internet to Drive Patients to Your Office
Signup link http://www.OptometricSociety.org/OM
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