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Don’t Miss LSI at These Two Cardiac and Pulmonary Conferences in May

Don’t Miss LSI at These Two Cardiac and Pulmonary Conferences in May

Cardiac and pulmonary state affiliate conferences offer invaluable opportunities to gather relevant information and best practice recommendations, learn about cutting-edge research and technology, and network with other cardiac and pulmonary professionals.

LSI supports the mission and initiatives of each local, state and national conference we attend. Not only that, we’ve also created a partnership program designed to assist your local conference in a variety of ways.

If you’re interested in learning more about our partnership program and how we can help your organization, email Marissa at mstanczyk@lsi-medical.com.

Here’s a preview of 2 cardiopulmonary conferences LSI will be attending in May 2016:

 

CARDIOPULMONARY CONFERENCES IN MAY 2016

WVACVPR | May 4-5 | Flatwoods, WV

Attendees will learn about humor and behavior modification, motivational interviewing, ICD-10, new cardiac and pulmonary drugs and circuit training. Presenters include: Joel Weintraub Med, BS, Joe Vlasnik, PharmD, BCPS, Kim Raines, RHIT, CPC, CPC-I, AHIM Approved ICD-10-CM trainer, Jennifer Confer, PharmD, DABAT, BCPS, Diana Gilleland, MS, MBA, and graduate exercise physiology students Danielle Kesner, Austin Vickers, Kayla Morris and Benjamin Frear.

NRHA 39th Annual Conference | May 10-12 | Minneapolis, MN

NRHA’s Annual Rural Health Conference is the nation’s largest rural health conference, created for all of those with an interest in rural healthcare. Keynote speaker will be Regina M. Benjamin, MD. Serving as America’s 18th surgeon general, Dr. Benjamin is the founder of a rural health clinic in Alabama and the first African-American woman to be elected to the American Medical Association Board of Trustees.

*** Visit LSI at Table 9 to learn how our responsibility goes beyond providing patient monitoring to rural health communities. We’re with you defending the value of rural healthcare, one hospital at a time.

 

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