BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- MedTech Impact® 2016 Expo and Conference, December
"It is exceptional to see senior level healthcare executives taking the initiative to educate themselves on the emerging technology that is transforming healthcare," said Doreen Brown, CEO of the Tarsus Medical Group, "MedTech Impact 2016 will provide these execs two days of informative key topic sessions, keynotes, and panel discussions encompassing the now and next-gen of healthcare technology that is not only improving patient care, but the businesses of those who implement technology into their operation and service."
A registration to attend the MedTech Impact 2016 conference and exhibit hall, in addition to bonus access to the 24th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine, is $295 per registration. The $295 attendee fee will soon increase to $495. Register before December 1, with discount code EBEXT and SAVE $200 with your paid registration.
About MedTech Impact:The goal of MedTech Impact is to help healthcare practitioners and professionals better serve their patients through the use of technology, by utilizing devices and products that help track progress, assist with diagnoses, and ultimately support injury and disease prevention. By connecting attendees with the most recent and innovative scientific research and education, MedTech Impact envisions helping clinics, hospitals, and private practitioners protect and build the infrastructure of their practices by utilizing the most recently developed and cutting-edge devices, equipment, and technology. For more information, visit www.medtechimpact.com.
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