Last Chance to Register for CipherHealth’s Partners in Excellence User Conference

The CipherHealth Partners in Excellence Conference 2019 is sure to be one of the year’s premier patient engagement event. With topics covering best-practices and strategies for engaging patients throughout their entire care journey, attendees are sure to learn valuable insights and best practices to enhance their organization’s success. Whether you are looking to improve your rounding, outreach, preventive, or care management programs, the CipherHealth Partners in Excellence User Conference will provide many opportunities for uncovering ways of maximizing engagement programs.

When discussing last year’s conference, attendee, Nancy Yates, MSN, RN, RN-BC, said, “The most useful part of the CipherHealth User Conference is really the networking that happens and leveraging the new ideas that people are doing.”

As we countdown to the event, we wanted to highlight the value of joining more than 100 of your peers at Partners in Excellence.

By the numbers, attendees will experience the following:

  • 7 Presentations Sharing Valuable Insights and a Sneak Peeks of CipherHealth’s New Developments
  • 6 Panels Discussing CipherHealth’s Best-Practices and Strategies for Success
  • 5 Booths to Explore CipherHealth Products in the Expanded Sandbox
  • 2 Renowned Keynote Speakers
  • 2 In-Depth, Small-Group Workshops
  • 1 Carnival-Themed Cocktail Reception

Register now for this unforgettable experience and join your peers in two days of learning, networking, and fun in the San Diego sun.

Ranked as the “Best Overall Patient Engagement Company” in MedTech's Breakthrough Awards for 2020, and the top-performing vendor for patient outreach and digital rounding by KLAS in 2019, CipherHealth is a proven technology partner committed to enhancing communication and coordination throughout the patient journey. CipherHealth’s suite of patient engagement software empowers healthcare organizations to foster meaningful connections to ensure the best possible outcomes for staff members, patients, and their loved ones.

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