May
29
to Jun 1

MUSE 2018

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MUSE - The 2018 International Conference

We will be at Booth 1230 available to answer any questions you may have along with our "how it works" video looping and several takeaways for more information. 

We will also have our "try me" area with two computers set up to allow anyone interested in this great new technology to take a test drive and see how the system works and play on your own. This will give you a true sense of how our features help enhance the current EMR systems and make for an easy to use system. We will not have any pushy salesmen or people trying to get you to sign up, we just want you to relax and enjoy the experience and see if it is the right fit for you.

Booth #1230

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Feb
22
to Feb 24

Neo Conference

The Conference for Neonatology One of the Premier Meetings in Neonatal Medicine!

World-Renowned Speakers

World-renowned speakers will address many of the most critical and controversial issues that influence the clinical practice of newborn medicine.

Legends of Neonatology

Legends of Neonatology Awards Gala gives attendees the unique opportunity to hear from legendary figures in newborn medicine whose contributions have made a significant impact in the specialty.

Real-Time Translation

Real-time translation of conference sessions into Spanish encourages a growing number of international attendees.

Source: http://www.neoconference.com/

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Nov
16
to Nov 17

GC3 Conference 2017

The 5th annual regional conference of the Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi Gulf Coast Chapters of HIMSS.

PediNotes will be on hand November 16 – 17 for the 5th Annual GC3 Conference hosted by Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi Gulf Coast Chapters of HIMSS in New Orleans. This is a great opportunity to meet Dr. Spedale and his team, and experience for yourself an EMR that manages data like you do. For more information or to register for the conference visit gc3conference.com.

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