Director, Membership and Communications
Des Plaines, IL, February 12, 2013 – The American Academy of Medical Administrators (AAMA) announced details of its service line conference, scheduled for April 10-12, 2013, at Bally’s Las Vegas. For the first time, three of AAMA’s specialty groups unite to present three days of cross-disciplinary education. The “3-in-1” Conference features education tracks in cardiovascular, oncology and neuroscience administration, with over 30 sessions designed for service line leaders and administrators, six half-day seminars, combined keynote sessions, exhibit hall, and networking within and across specialties.
The educational sessions were developed by three of AAMA’s seven specialty Colleges: the American Colleges of Cardiovascular Administrators, of Oncology Administrators and of Neuroscience Administrators. “They focus on strengthening professional skills, increasing knowledge in healthcare administration, improving service lines, and keeping current with the impact of new quality and regulatory requirements,”
Complete Conference details can be found at http://www.aameda.org/
or by calling AAMA Headquarters at 847-759-8601.
AAMA and its Foundation provide a multidisciplinary healthcare community with access to leadership and educational opportunities, solutions, strategies and contacts that prepare healthcare leaders to expand their expertise in order to improve healthcare delivery. Educational programs help meet the growing need for skilled leaders for America’s private and federal healthcare institutions – and the emerging interest in utilizing America’s best practices abroad. Members services include the respected CAAMA® credential.
Seven Colleges define, develop and serve the needs of specific specialties in healthcare administration. These Colleges focus on cardiovascular services, oncology programs, neuroscience programs, contingency planning, healthcare information systems, federal healthcare programs, and small or rural healthcare organizations. Details of AAMA’s programs and services are available on its website, www.aameda.org (http://www.aameda.org.).