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Are you a medical management professional looking to expand your career and network? Check out the many benefits of MGMA Utah membership!
The American College of Medical Practice Executives is the go-to resource for expanding your knowledge and boosting your career.
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Learn how your company can get your message to the MGMA Utah members during our various events throughout the year.
Associate Members enjoy promoting their companies to the MGMA Utah members during our many meetings, conferences, and networking events.
EXHIBIT AT THE
Show off your company's offerings with an exhibit at our state conference in May 2018. Limited number of exhibitor spots available.
Fellow Spotlight: Kathi Newman
Fellowship has provided numerous opportunities and connections to others in both the organization and within the medical community. This designation has allowed me to gain respect from physicians with whom I work with, and to negotiate compensation and benefits. Fellowship has given me the opportunity to be recognized by peers for the knowledge and hard work I have dedicated to my thirty year career. Fellowship is something I am proud of, and am grateful to have experienced.
MGMA SURVEY DATA
MGMA offers you a variety of analysis reports that explore hot industry topics and deliver insider information to help you manage your practice more effectively. Learn how to apply MGMA cost and compensation benchmarking data effectively in your practice.
Speakers at the Annual MGMA Utah State Conference
Debra has been transforming medical care delivery since her career began. She has established rural health clinics and grown multi-specialty physician practices. Debra has also facilitated countless strategy sessions that have helped clients achieve a sustainable competitive advantage.
In Getting Things Done®, we call this a “Someday/Maybe” list. You can call it whatever you want. But if you are going to decide not to decide about some items, you need to have a “decide not to decide” list or folder where these things reside.
Matt, a three-time cancer conqueror, survived a bone marrow transplant, and proceeded to complete seven marathons on all seven continents after relearning how to walk.