NARA to Celebrate 30 Years of Service at Upcoming Conference in Las Vegas

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NARA, The National Association of Rehabilitation Providers and Agencies will be celebrating its 30th year of service to the rehabilitation industry at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV. The conference includes a focus on this theme, as it offers a pre-conference workshop as well as topics such as benchmarking, patient outcomes, customer satisfaction, audits and revenue development opportunities.

Rehab Industry - 30 Years of Challenges, Innovations and Strategies for Success.

The National Association of Rehabilitation Providers & Agencies (NARA) will be conducting its annual Fall Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada from October 22-24 at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino.

NARA will be celebrating its 30th year of service to the rehabilitation industry with the theme "Rehab Industry - 30 Years of Challenges, Innovations and Strategies for Success." The conference includes a focus on this theme, as it offers a pre-conference workshop as well as topics such as benchmarking, patient outcomes, customer satisfaction, audits and revenue development opportunities.

Featured speakers include an impressive array of nationally recognized industry experts, including Rick Gawenda, as well as NARA's long-time reputable legislative advocate, George G. Olsen, Esq.

"This conference is an impressive blend of knowledge and networking opportunities that is consistent with NARA's tradition, and reflective of its current and future momentum - pertinent and critical to the future of our industry," commented Gregg J. Altobella, President.

For more information about NARA or the upcoming rehabilitation conference, please visit http://www.naranet.org.

Founded in 1978, NARA functions as a trade association representing the interests of a membership spanning across the nation. NARA's membership is comprised of approximately 70 organizations consisting of over 12,000 healthcare professionals dedicated to providing a multitude of skilled rehabilitation therapy services to individuals in a variety of settings (i.e. inpatient, outpatient, skilled care, assisted living, educational systems, industry / occupational health). Although tenured with a vast and successful history, the association continues to evolve and invigorate its dynamics and infrastructure to positively represent and affect change in the rehabilitation therapy industry.

For more information or to schedule an interview with Gregg Altobella, please call the NARA offices at (813) 855-9168 or email him at galtobella@compther.com.

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