It is a universal truth in life that sometimes you just want to go where everybody knows your name. Belonging to a tight-knit group where you are heard and valued is an essential human need, both personally and professionally. That’s one of the reasons Health iPASS is hosting our First Annual Health iPASS User Group Meeting August 8-9 at the historic Palmer House Hotel located in the heart of downtown Chicago. The Health iPASS team is psyched to welcome our users and partners to share feedback on the Health iPASS solution, build on relationships, and maybe even have a little fun.
All of us here at Health iPASS are looking forward to hearing our phenomenal guest speakers including Super Bowl champion, World Championship Wrestling professional and commentator, and former coach of the Chicago Slaughter of the Continental Indoor Football League (CIFL), Steve “Mongo” McMichael as our keynote. We will also hear an informative interactive presentation by Northwestern Professor of Finance, Mitchell Petersen that will include a pre-conference survey for attendees. If you are planning to come to the conference, check your inbox for that survey.
The user group meeting will also involve breakout sessions with members of our very own in-house team that will outline and discuss upcoming feature additions and improvements. We can’t wait to hear the insights of our valued users on what makes Health iPASS work for them and how we can keep kicking patient revenue cycle butt for our clients.
If you are a Health iPASS user, but are unable to make it this year, never fear! We plan to do this again next year with all of our clients, including the many new ones we will be on boarding in the coming months. We will also have lots of photos to post on social media and takeaways from the user group meeting to share with those who subscribe to our blog. Stay tuned for more information!
If you can make it and would like to register, here is the Eventbrite link to do so. We really hope to see you there!
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