Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 24, 2015
Leading gastroenterologists from across the United States will gather for the 2015 GI Roundtable to discuss some of the industry’s most pressing and relevant topics. gMed, a supplier of fully integrated gastroenterology software, including a meaningful use certified endoscopy report writer, will participate as both an exhibitor and a sponsor. gMed will once again partner with Cornerstone Cellars to host the GI Roundtable’s 2nd annual wine tasting and networking event on the evening of Friday, March 27, 2015.
The GI Roundtable (http://giroundtable.com) expects significant growth in the number of gastroenterologists this year as it will include discussions and debates on topics that are critical for the GI community. Sessions this year will address payment reform and contracting models, physician leadership, decision-making and negotiating techniques, reimbursement and regulatory updates, and strategies to increase patient engagement.
“The wine tasting event gives physicians, administrators, and other members of the GI community an opportunity to socialize in a friendly environment,” stated Sami Flicki, Vice President of Client Operations at gMed. “Many of the attendees are our current clients, and we appreciate the opportunity to share time with them and discuss ways to enhance our relationship, listen to their ideas, and discuss changes in the industry.”
gMed’s CEO, Joe Rubinsztain will also provide a quick synopsis of how the gMed software can tackle payment changes related to quality and outcomes based initiatives.
gMed provides the gastroenterology industry with a fully integrated platform consisting of an Electronic Health Record, Endoscopy Report Writer, Practice Management System, Patient Portal, and industry benchmarking capabilities through one of the largest GI databases in the country. Fully scalable through the cloud or using an on-site server, gMed’s products are all Meaningful Use Certified and ICD-10 compliant.
To find the right gGastro solution for your practice visit http://www.gmed.com or call 888.577.8801.