On October 5th and 6th, it is with great excitement that National Spine & Pain Centers is hosting its 4th annual symposium: The Business of Pain Medicine: 21st Century Challenges and Solutions. Our 2017 conference was very successful and we are energized to make this year’s conference even better. We’ve sharpened the business focus of each of our lectures. We’ve expanded break-out sessions and dedicated more time for individual lecture Q&A.
The Business of Pain Medicine conference is specifically dedicated to helping pain management practices survive and thrive. By bringing together thought leaders in our industry, knowledgeable attorneys and economists, leading consultants and business-minded conference attendees, we hope to facilitate in-depth discussions about the challenging economic, regulatory, and legal climate facing our specialty as a whole. These same issues of course impact our individual practices and our ability to provide outstanding care for patients. Check out this quick video from our past conference!
Your hosts for this conference (Drs. Zuckerman, Li, Wisor and Staats) all work with National Spine and Pain Centers, a large multi-site group in the North East US. Our clinics stretch from Connecticut to North Carolina, with concentration in the DC area.
This is meant to be an interactive forum for all in attendance. The solutions you’ve explored in your practice, your state, with your society or region might help the rest of us problem solve or even guide our specialty as a whole. We want you to leave the symposium feeling energized with fresh new perspectives and tools, better equipped to guide your individual practices.
We sincerely appreciate the input and energy invested in this conference by our course directors, planning committee, faculty members and staff to make this program informative, dynamic and useful. Thank you all for sharing your time, energy and intellect with us. We look forward to hosting this wonderful event for many years to come!