gMed User Meetings attract Gastroenterology thought leaders focused on improving the quality of care and practice profitability.
Weston, FL (PRWEB) February 01, 2012
gMed’s Annual User Group Conference will be held on February 8th – February 10th, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Bonaventure Conference Center and Spa in Weston, FL.
This is going to be a very informational conference. Some of the CEO’s from the largest Gastroenterology practices in the United States will share their insight into mega-group consolidation and dynamics.
The conference highlights also include a preview of the upcoming gPM, gMed’s proprietary Practice Management module. The product will be fully integrated with gMed’s EHR under a single database and will include full Practice Management capabilities.
Additional conference will be discussed, including HITECH and Meaningful Use news, e-prescribing news, conversion information for current gCare clients, new features in gGastro and gPortal for gGastro.
Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with other users of the system, learn, share and leave with a wealth of knowledge.
Joe Rubinsztain, MD, CEO said, "gMed User Meetings attract Gastroenterology thought leaders focused on improving the quality of care and practice profitability. We are proud to host the future of Gastroenterology in sunny Florida."
For additional information, please contact Adrienne Englert (adriennee(at)gmed(dot)com) or Lauren Morgenstern (laurenm(at)gmed(dot)com).
gMed is a private company founded in 1997 to develop Electronic Health Records for single-specialty practices. gMed's application offers an integrated solution that is Specialty Specific and Easy to Use for Gastroenterology, Cardiology and Urology practices. gMed's technology is ONC-ATCB certified at the office and ASC, and enables practices to collect HITECH and other incentives. With more than 375 practices and over 3,000 physicians, gMed is the preferred EHR solution amongst specialty practices. gMed is a 2008 Fortune 5,000 company based in Weston, FL. For more information, please visit http://www.gmed.com