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2017 Revenue Integrity Symposium



October 23–24, 2017 | Franklin Marriott Cool Springs, Nashville, Tennessee

Early Bird rate expires August 21, 2017. REGISTER NOW!

Details:
Pre-conference: October 21-22 (See Pre-/Post-Cons Tab)
Main event: October 23-24
Post-conferences (choose one): October 25-26 and October 25-27 (See Pre-/Post-Cons Tab)

The 2017 Revenue Integrity Symposium brings together training on Medicare billing and compliance, patient status, revenue integrity, case management, coding, and clinical documentation improvement (CDI), helping attendees ensure compliance and accurate billing and reimbursement across the revenue cycle. Unlike any other, this conference offers a wide range of exciting sessions on critical revenue integrity topics and the chance to learn from and network with trusted industry experts and revenue cycle professionals of all varieties.

Our expert speakers will cover critical topics essential to revenue integrity, such as IPPS and OPPS annual updates, chargemaster maintenance, the 2-midnight rule and condition code W2, denials management, payer audits, value-based purchasing, utilization review (UR), revenue cycle management strategies, and much more!

In conjunction with a pre-conference and the main conference, HCPro’s widely popular Medicare Boot Camp®—Utilization Review Version is scheduled as a pre-conference October 21–22, 2017. Post-conferences include HCPro’s newest boot camp, Medicare Boot Camp®—Provider-Based Departments Version (held October 25–26, 2017) and the Case Management Boot Camp: Strategies for Enhancing the Continuum of Care (October 25–27, 2017).

Spend the week immersed in Medicare compliance education and save!

Benefits:

  • Return to your facility armed with the tools to enhance revenue integrity and develop strategies for accurately documenting, coding, and billing patient encounters and stays
  • Gauge the financial and operational impact of the 2018 IPPS final rule and OPPS proposed rule
  • Develop strategies for strengthening your UR committee, correctly applying condition code W2, and understanding medical necessity
  • Gain insight into billing and coding hot topics that may impact your facility’s financial performance, including injections and infusions, claim edits, and the inpatient-only rule
  • Discover best practices for maintaining an up-to-date and compliant charge description master and learn to identify charge capture strategies for typical ancillary services
  • Explore the role of CDI and case management in the overall revenue cycle and in a value-based model landscape
  • Get the latest information on external auditors and learn new strategies for dealing with claim denials and appeals
  • Learn strategies for breaking down revenue cycle silos and getting the right data in front of the C-suite


New for 2017:

  • National Association of Healthcare Revenue Integrity roundtable
  • Properly addressing National Correct Coding Initiative (NCCI) edits and Medically Unlikely Edits
  • Fundamentals of national and local coverage determinations
  • MACRA impacts on revenue integrity
  • Patient Safety Indicators, hospital-acquired conditions, and other value-based models
  • Contemporary approaches to PEPPER to support revenue integrity and reduce risk
  • Current OIG trends and strategies to protect revenue
  • Links between ICD-10 and revenue
  • Case management issues that impact revenue cycle
  • Moving from denials management to denials prevention


Some of the hot topics we will cover include:

  • The latest changes to IPPS and OPPS regulations
  • Internal and payer auditing
  • Denials management and prevention strategies
  • Reimbursement models
  • Chargemaster maintenance and transparency
  • The impact of ICD-10 on reimbursement
  • The impact of case management on the revenue cycle
  • The 2-midnight rule, patient status, and medical necessity
  • The latest changes to inpatient-only procedures
  • Changes to observation, including the NOTICE Act
  • Injection and infusion coding and billing
  • The NCCI and Medically Unlikely Edits
  • Contemporary approaches to PEPPER
  • Efficient use of condition code W2
  • UR and utilization management
  • On-campus versus off-campus provider-based entities and services rendered in these locations


Who Should Attend?

  • Revenue integrity professionals
  • Revenue cycle directors and staff
  • Compliance officers
  • CFOs, CMOs, CNOs, and VPMAs
  • Case managers
  • HIM directors, managers, and staff
  • Utilization review and utilization management coordinators, committee members, physician advisors, and other professionals
  • Recovery audit coordinators and other auditing professionals
  • Reimbursement managers, billers, and other finance staff
  • Chargemaster coordinators
  • Business office managers and staff
  • Risk management professionals
  • Patient financial services managers
  • Clinical documentation improvement specialists
  • Coders and coding managers


Cancellation Policy

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Please note that the program materials will be available via download and the conference app only. A download link will be provided prior to the event, but a printed book of the presentations will not be available on-site.

Agenda



The 2017 Revenue Integrity Symposium Agenda is now available! CLICK HERE to see the full agenda.

Day 1—Monday, October 23, 2017


7:00–8:00 a.m.          Continental Breakfast (Provided) (Exhibit Hall Open)          

8:00–9:15 a.m.          General Session 1
National Association of Healthcare Revenue Integrity Roundtable
Valerie Rinkle, MPA; Kay Larsen; Denise Williams, RN, COC; Jugna Shah, MPH; John Settlemyer, MBA, MHA, CPC; Debbie Mackaman, RHIA, CPCO, CCDS; Elizabeth Lamkin, MHA; Ronald L. Hirsch, MD, FACP, CHCQM

Join select advisory board members from the National Association of Healthcare Revenue Integrity (NAHRI) as they kick off the 2017 Revenue Integrity Symposium with a discussion about the latest trends impacting the revenue integrity profession. 


9:15–10:30 a.m.          General Session 2
What’s on the Horizon for CY 2018 Under Medicare’s OPPS/APC Payment System
Jugna Shah, MPH, and Denise Williams, RN, COC

CMS continues to refine changes to its payment systems, and the OPPS/APC system is no exception. We’ve seen more and more packaging over the years and the introduction of “outpatient mini-DRGs” called Comprehensive APCs. What’s in store for CY 2018? Have a front-row seat and get the information hot off the press. Session highlights include CMS proposals regarding the removal of additional services from the inpatient-only list, site-neutral payment for C-APCs and certain MS-DRGs, APC configuration changes, additional packaging, information related to both excepted and non-excepted off-campus provider-based departments, and much more. CMS’ rules never fail to amaze us. Join us as we highlight the key changes expected to impact your outpatient services for next year.


10:30–11:00 a.m.          Networking Refreshment Break (Exhibit Hall Open)

11:00–12:15 p.m.          Breakout Session 1

It Pays to Monitor Annual IPPS Changes: The FY 2018 IPPS Final Rule
Valerie Rinkle, MPA

Learn how to analyze the fiscal year 2018 inpatient prospective payment system (IPPS) final rule so you can evaluate the impact of the changes on your facility. This session will describe inflation and other program financial updates. It will review major MS-DRG grouping changes, including significant ICD-10 changes and the impact of significant declassification of 800 codes from OR to non-OR. An explanation of changes to DSH payment calculations, value-based incentives, and adjustment factors for hospital-acquired conditions and the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program will be covered.

     

Protect Revenue Integrity by Building an Information Highway 
Elizabeth Lamkin, MHA

Value-based purchasing has put a spotlight on the need for patient-centered care. Ensuring systems for revenue integrity are in place results in better quality across the organization. This session will analyze the multidisciplinary components of the revenue cycle. Tools for measuring revenue cycle effectiveness and engaging staff in revenue integrity will be provided.

     

Reimbursement at Provider-Based Departments: It Ain’t What It Used to Be
Kimberly A.H. Baker, JD, CPC

In recent years, CMS has been cutting into the revenue for provider-based departments with increased packaging of services, even unrelated ones. Now, new off-campus departments are no longer reimbursed under OPPS. This session will discuss the use and implications of modifiers -PO and -PN for off-campus provider-based departments. Case studies will be used to illustrate the changing reimbursement landscape for provider-based departments, comparing on- and off-campus and freestanding scenarios.


12:15–1:30 p.m.          Networking Lunch (Provided) (Exhibit Hall Open)

1:30–2:45 p.m.          Breakout Session 2

Putting Dollars and Sense Back Into Outpatient Observation
Debbie Mackaman, RHIA, CPCO, CCDS

In theory, outpatient observation services should be a simple patient care concept that allows a physician or nonphysician practitioner the time to make a clinical decision about whether the patient should be discharged, transferred, or admitted as an inpatient. In reality, Medicare’s coverage, documentation, and payment requirements have made outpatient observation services very complex. With the addition of the MOON, hospitals need to find opportunities to work smarter rather than harder to comply with the regulations.

     

Injections and Infusions: Testing Your Knowledge and Addressing Frequently Asked Questions 
Jugna Shah, MPH

This session will help participants test their coding, billing, and documentation knowledge related to facility reporting of drug administration (injection/infusion) services, including hydration, therapeutic, and chemotherapy injections. We will also cover new codes and/or reporting requirements for CY 2018 and the appropriateness of reporting a clinic visit code on the same day as drug administration. This will be an interactive session, with attendees responding to quiz questions and clinical scenarios.

     

Contemporary Approaches to PEPPER: Support Revenue Integrity and Reduce Risk
William Malm, ND, RN, CRCR, CMAS

In this session, we will explore the overall basics of PEPPER and some nontraditional methods of using PEPPER. We will also discuss how PEPPER is relevant not only to coding but also to value-based reimbursement, as well as cover some organizational requirements for PEPPER and other data analytics.


2:45–3:15 p.m.          Networking Refreshment Break (Exhibit Hall Open)

3:15–4:30 p.m.          Breakout Session 3

The Latest on the 2-Midnight Rule and Inpatient Regulations
Steven Greenspan, JD, LLM, and Ralph Wuebker, MD, MBA

With the 2-midnight rule placing emphasis on physician judgment and medical necessity, providers must demonstrate a legitimate, defensible, and consistent utilization review process to determine and support appropriate admission status. The best way to defend against inappropriate denials is to ensure a compliant process for review and certification of admission status for every patient who enters the hospital. This session will review the 2-midnight rule and the evolving roles of Quality Improvement Organizations, Recovery Auditors, and Medicare Administrative Contractors related to the rule.

     

NCCIs and MUEs: Solving Claims Edits
Valerie Rinkle, MPA, and Denise Williams, RN, COC

Do you have claims being returned due to NCCI edits or Medically Unlikely Edits (MUE)? Those claims can easily be lost in the shuffle. Often, it’s not clear who is responsible for resolving an edit, which leads to further delays in accounts receivable. Properly addressing edits requires research and action to fix the claim while avoiding duplicated efforts. As well, specific steps are often required when handling edits from individual payers. This session will discuss the different types of edits, which accounts they are applicable for, which edits can be appealed and why, processes for reducing edits on the front end, and how edits impact cost reporting and rate setting. Specific examples and discussion will be included.

     

Current OIG Trends and Strategies to Protect Revenue
John Settlemyer, MBA, MHA, CPC

Learn best practices in avoiding identified risks and protecting revenue by analyzing current trends in OIG Medicare compliance review. This interactive session will offer a deep dive into published 2016–2017 OIG Medicare compliance reviews as well as hospitals’ responses to the audits. Operational hurdles associated with resolving identified risks will be covered.


4:30 p.m.          Adjourn

4:30–5:30 p.m.          Welcome Reception

 

Day 2—Tuesday, October 24, 2017


7:00–8:00 a.m.          Continental Breakfast (Provided) (Exhibit Hall Open)

8:00–9:00 a.m.          General Session 3
Revenue Cycle Ideas Presentation

Revenue Cycle Leadership Exchange members volunteer to share an innovation, an initiative, or a solution they have successfully implemented at their organization.


9:15–10:30 a.m.          Breakout Session 4

NCD and LCD Compliance: The Oncoming Storm
Kimberly A.H. Baker, JD, CPC

Auditors from Recovery Auditors to the CERT program are focusing on compliance with requirements under national and local coverage determinations (NCD/LCD). Often, these requirements go beyond simple diagnostic information and include prerequisites that must be adequately documented, such as failed conservative treatment. In this session, you’ll learn how to find and analyze NCDs and LCDs as well as other related resources for compliance. This session will also review other important coverage resources, including the importance of National Coverage Analyses and Coverage With Evidence Development policies.

     

Navigating Medical Necessity Denials Management for All Payers
Steven Greenspan, JD, LLM, and Ralph Wuebker, MD, MBA

The inevitable reality of claims denials plagues every hospital. Managing denials and appeals processes can be a long and frustrating undertaking. As commercial and managed Medicare/Medicaid denials continue to grow and government denials become more uncertain thanks to QIO inquiries and the ALJ backlog, hospitals face serious threats to their financial health from revenue lingering in denials limbo. This presentation will provide best practices for managing medical necessity denials from all payers (commercial, managed Medicare/Medicaid, and government) and examples of how some facilities are addressing this growing threat to their revenue.

     

Currrent Audit Landscape
William Malm, ND, RN, CRCR, CMAS

Facilities have focused on Recovery Auditor activity for a long time. Now facilities and providers need to be concerned again with payer line item audits (yes, they are back!) as well as documentation requirements for HCC and value-based reimbursement. This session will explore ways EMRs may be causing documentation deficiencies and methods by which auditors use data analytics to target claims. You’ll also receive guidance on internal reviews to target your deficiencies early.


10:30–11:00 a.m.         Networking Refreshment Break (Exhibit Hall Open): 

11:00–12:15 p.m.         Breakout Session 5

Chargemaster Updates and Best Practices
Sarah L. Goodman, MBA, CHCAF, COC, CCP, FCS, andKay Larsen

Gain a better understanding of the structure of a charge description master (CDM) and common reimbursement methodologies. This session will offer tips for maintaining an up-to-date and compliant CDM and provide guidance on identifying charge capture strategies for typical ancillary services.

     

MACRA Impacts on Revenue Integrity 
Diana Snow, CCS, CHC, CHPC, CHRC

The Quality Payment Program (QPP) established by MACRA significantly changes the way physicians are paid. Is your revenue integrity program ensuring your doctors are receiving incentives rather than penalties? This session will provide tips on how revenue integrity can help with the implementation of the QPP and provide insight on how payment reform will impact revenue integrity.

     

The Contradiction of Inpatient-Only Procedures
Debbie Mackaman, RHIA, CPCO, CCDS

Inpatient-only procedures, according to CMS, are those that would not be safe or appropriate to perform on an outpatient basis and would fall outside the boundaries of acceptable medical practice. On the other hand, these procedures are within the boundaries of the 2-midnight rule, regardless of an inpatient’s length of stay. This session will explore the principles that surround the identification of and payment for inpatient-only procedures, while pointing out the paradoxical nature of the inpatient-only regulation.


12:15–1:15 p.m.          Lunch (Provided) (Exhibit Hall Open)

12:30–1:00 p.m.          Xtend Healthcare Lunch and Learn Session

1:15–2:30 p.m.          Breakout Session 6

Utilization Review Committee: Best Practices and Structure 
Steven Greenspan, JD, LLM, and Ralph Wuebker, MD, MBA

The utilization review (UR) process and committee are important drivers of hospital policy, directly influencing both revenue and compliance. This session will focus on the relationship between the physician advisor and case management, the importance of a strong admission review process, the composition of an effective UR committee, and the role of the physician advisor in UR.

     

The Gloves Are Off With ICD-10: How to Protect your Revenue Cycle 
James Dunnick, MD, FACC, CHCQM,CPC, CMDP, and R. Scott Dunnick, BSM, MBA

This session will explore the reasoning behind the ICD-10 transition and describe the potential value of the data collected through this code set. Clinical examples will illustrate how revenue may be lost through ICD-10 and how this can be avoided through physician motivation and education. Payer concepts and expectations will also be covered.

     

Drive Positive Impacts on PSI, HAC, and Other Value-Based Models
Steven Robinson, MS-HSM, PA, RN, SSBB, CDIP

Appropriate documentation supporting quality measure mitigation has become an important part of clinical documentation improvement (CDI) programs’ concurrent review responsibilities. When expanding CDI programs to cover Patient Safety Indicators (PSI) and hospital-acquired conditions (HAC), proper case identification and prioritization is critical. CDI specialists must know which cases to review and what criteria to use. This session will discuss the foundation of quality initiatives and tools to aid in documentation mitigation, including prioritization of review, understanding excluded and included criteria, and post-review audit priorities.


2:30–2:45 p.m.         Networking Refreshment Break (Exhibit Hall Open)

2:45–4:00 p.m.          Breakout Session 7

Condition Code W2: Strategies for Reimbursement for Non-Covered Inpatient Stays
Kimberly A.H. Baker, JD, CPC

Condition code W2 provides an alternative to condition code 44 to obtain reimbursement under Part B for inpatient cases that do not meet requirements for Part A payment. This session will discuss advantages to using condition code W2 while maintaining Part B reimbursement that is nearly identical to condition code 44. Strategies for promoting efficiencies for the UR department and minimizing the impact on billing and coding will be discussed.

     

2017 Case Management Issues That Impact Revenue Cycle
Ronald L. Hirsch, MD, FACP, CHCQM 

The revenue cycle team is often unaware of the work and tasks of the case management and utilization review teams. This session will review the issues that benefit most from these teams understanding each other’s work. Commercial contracts, patient notices, and the 2-midnight rule will be covered.

     

Moving From Denial Management to Denial Prevention
Tracey Tomak, RHIA

Start breaking down silos related to denials. This session will identify key data elements to regularly report to the C-suite. It will include a discussion about key players to engage in process improvement to identify root causes for denials. Strategies for developing process improvement initiatives to prevent future denials will also be covered.


4:00 p.m.          Adjourn

 



Please note that the program materials will be available via download and the conference app only. A download link will be provided prior to the event, but a printed book of the presentations will not be available on-site.

2017 Revenue Integrity Symposium Pre-Conference and Post-Conference Boot Camps



Register for the 2017 Revenue Integrity Symposium and save 15% off our special Pre-Con and Post-Con Boot Camps.
Click the "Pricing" tab for more details!


Pre-Conference: Medicare Boot Camp®—Utilization Review Version (October 21-22)

Medicare Boot Camp—Utilization Review Version is an intensive two-day course focusing on the Medicare regulatory requirements for patient status and the role of the utilization review (UR) committee. 

Managing patient status plays a critical role in proper compliance, correct reimbursement, and stabilizing inpatient payments for the hospital. Don’t leave money on the table—ensure the UR committee is ready to implement and leverage the regulatory requirements. Medicare Boot Camp—Utilization Review Version also answers all your questions about navigating the CMS website and finding Medicare requirements. You will be able to find answers to your questions long after the boot camp is over.


Post-Conference Option 1: Case Management Boot Camp: Strategies for Enhancing the Continuum of Care (October 25-27)

The Case Management Boot Camp focuses on arming case managers with knowledge of best practices on topics such as discharge planning, collaborative practice, and utilization management so they can go back to their hospitals, set goals to meet best practices as closely as possible, and raise the bar. It includes strategies for defining the role of case managers and selecting the models that may work best at your facility, in addition to offering practical advice on measuring outcomes related to patient care.

Post-Conference Option 2: Medicare Boot Camp—Provider-Based Departments Version (October 25-26)

A new congressional mandate combined with other significant encounter-based packaging initiatives by CMS mean big changes in the reimbursement for provider-based departments (PBD), both on- and off-campus. Hospitals have to understand both the outpatient prospective payment system as well as the new PBD site-specific physician fee schedule payment to effectively operate these departments and assess the impact of these initiatives on PBDs and patients. With more hospitals moving services off-campus due to the value of hospital space or for patient convenience, reimbursement and compliance now become even more complex. 

The Medicare Boot Camp—Provider-Based Departments Version provides education on attestations, on- and off-campus determinations, enrollment, billing, and reimbursement. This Boot Camp will provide brand new insight for understanding hospital outpatient department billing and reimbursement in an ever-changing regulatory landscape. 

This boot camp will break down billing, coding, compliance, coverage, qualification, and other issues. It will help attendees gauge the financial impact of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 (Section 603) on off-campus PBDs, understand the effects of the recent increased packaging of services, and know how to handle other recent changes, such as now-mandatory use of modifiers -PO and -PN.


 

Please note that the program materials will be available via download and the conference app only. A download link will be provided prior to the event, but a printed book of the presentations will not be available on-site.

Continuing Education



The CEU info below is offered for the main conference only. All Pre/Post-Conference Boot Camps offer their own, separate CEUs. Please visit the individual Pre/Post-Conference page.

Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS)
This program has been approved for 12.25 continuing education units towards fulfilling the requirements of the Certified Clinical Documentation Specialist (CCDS) certification, offered as a service of the Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS).

Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)
HCPro is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

HCPro designates this educational activity for a maximum of 12.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity

American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
HCPro is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

This educational activity for 12.25 nursing contact hours is provided by HCPro.

California Board of Registered Nursing
HCPro is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing to provide 14.7 nursing contact hours. California BRN Provider #CEP 14494.

Commission for Case Manager Certification (CCMC)
This program has been submitted to The Commission for Case Manager Certification for approval to provide board certified case managers with 12.25 clock hours.


Disclosure Statement:
HCPro has confirmed that none of the faculty/presenters, planners, or contributors have any relevant financial relationships to disclose related to the content of this educational activity.



Please note that the program materials will be available via download and the conference app only. A download link will be provided prior to the event, but a printed book of the presentations will not be available on-site.

2017 Revenue Integrity Symposium: Hotel



Franklin Marriott Cool Springs
700 Cool Springs Blvd. 
Franklin, TN 37067 (Nashville)
Hotel Website
Marriott reservations at 1 (800) 228-9290 or (615) 261-6100

Hotel rate is $189.
Hotel cut-off date is Monday, October 2, 2017.

 


 

Please note that the program materials will be available via download and the conference app only. A download link will be provided prior to the event, but a printed book of the presentations will not be available on-site.

Event Pricing:



Pricing Main Conference:
Early Bird (Ends August 21): $1,099
Pricing — Standard: $1,199

Pre- and Post-Conference Boot Camp Offer:
Special 15% discount for attending one or more of our pre- and post-conference boot camps:

Pre-Conference: Medicare Boot Camp—Utilization Review Version (RIS Pre-Con)
October 21-22, 2017
Post-Conference Option 1: Case Management Boot Camp: Strategies for the Continuum of Care
October 25-27
Post-Conference Option 2: Medicare Boot Camp—Provider-Based Departments Version 
October 25-26

How to redeem your 15% discount:
FIRST: Register for the 2017 Revenue Integrity Symposium. Complete your purchase.
SECOND: You'll receive your DISCOUNT CODE for 15% off your choice of the above pre- and post-conference boot camp options.
THIRD: Register for the pre-conference and/or one of the post-conferences and redeem your 15% discount!

NOTE: This discount will only be valid AFTER you register for the 2017 Revenue Integrity Symposium and only good for these pre-conference and post-conference boot camps. QUESTIONS? Call Customer Service at (800) 650-6787 to learn more.

Team Program Discount — Main Conference:

Send a team of four and a fifth member attends free!

Pricing — Team of Five

Pricing — Early Bird (Ends August 21):
$4396.00 (team of five for price of four)

Pricing — Standard:
$4,796 (team of five for price of four)

To view our Cancellation Policy, click here.

 


 

Please note that the program materials will be available via download and the conference app only. A download link will be provided prior to the event, but a printed book of the presentations will not be available on-site.

Exclusive Forum Just for Revenue Cycle Leaders



Are you a vice president, director or senior finance leader accountable for the direction of your hospital or health system’s revenue cycle enterprise? 

HealthLeaders Media and HCPro have added the Revenue Cycle Leadership Exchange, an exclusive, small group opportunity within the 2017 Revenue Integrity Symposium. Selected leaders will be able to share ideas on your range of challenges, from patient-friendly billing strategies, understanding changes in the payer market and driving high-level operational efficiency. 

Benefits include:

  • Share ideas in two small-group roundtables, moderated by HealthLeaders Media editors and featuring only revenue cycle vice presidents or above
  • Collaborate with revenue cycle leaders in custom workgroups, where you identify the topic, challenge or opportunity you want to explore
  • Join your fellow leaders in an exclusive off-site dinner with members and sponsors
  • Attend with no registration fee, a value of $1,099


This opportunity is limited to senior revenue cycle leadership. For more information on qualifications and to request an invitation, please email Exchange@HealthLeadersMedia.com with "Revenue Cycle Leadership Exchange" in the subject line.



Please note that the program materials will be available via download and the conference app only. A download link will be provided prior to the event, but a printed book of the presentations will not be available on-site.