Marblehead, MA (PRWEB) August 21, 2006
HCPro, Inc., a leading healthcare information company, is pleased to present a new seminar, Effective Residency Program Management: Administrators' Workshop, being held on October 5-6, 2006 in Boston, MA.
The Effective Residency Program Management: Administrator’s Workshop will focus on the all-encompassing (and all-too-often undefined) residency coordinator position. This seminar covers tough topics in graduate medical education programs, such as ACGME competency compliance, inter-institution communication, mandated documentation requirements and much more.
Featured faculty include, Ruth Nawotniak, MS, co-founder of The National Board for Certification of Training Administrators of Graduate Medical Education (TAGME) and Gary Smith, Ed.D., designated institution official (DIO) at John Peter Smith Hospital and University of North Texas Health Science Center. Together our speakers will help define the importance of the residency coordinator position, including providing strategies to increase efficiency and effectiveness in any residency program.
For more information about this Managing Effective Residency Programs: Administrators' Workshop visit
About HCPro, Inc.
HCPro, Inc. is the nation’s leading developer, provider, and trainer of mandatory regulatory compliance and management information for healthcare professionals. Products include: Newsletters, HealthLeaders Media, Books, Broadcast Events, Videos, Custom Publishing and Marketing, Training, Live Events, Membership Institutes and Consulting.
HCPro, Inc. offers services to all major types of healthcare organizations including: Acute care hospitals, Long-term care facilities, Physician practices, Ambulatory care facilities, Managed care organizations, Assisted living residences, and Pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device companies.
Visit http://www.hcmarketplace.com/listings-PT_COF.html for more information on HCPro’s upcoming seminars and/or other HCPro products and services that could serve your business needs.
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