Health Information Management

Director’s Note: ACDIS seeks volunteers for the 2013 National Conference Committee

CDI Strategies, July 19, 2012

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The 2013 ACDIS Annual Conference Committee will help plan and shape next year's conference in Nashville, TN (May 21-23, 2013). We need 12 dedicated volunteers to provide feedback on past conferences, brainstorm new ideas, select sessions and speakers, plan other conference-related activities, and select our annual CDI Professional of the Year.

Joining this group requires you to:
  • Accept the voluntary time commitment
  • Adhere to group objectives
  • Act according to the best interests of ACDIS and its members
Please read and download the form here, fill out the necessary information, and e-mail it to ACDIS Director Brian Murphy at bmurphy@cdiassociation.com.
 
Editor’s Note: In 2013, the ACDIS Conference has expanded to two-and-half days, in Nashville, TN, May 21-23! Register now by contacting our Member Relations Department at 877-240-6586. Register a group of attendees by contacting Al Occhipinti at aocchipinti@hcpro.com or call 888/268-9377 ext. 3922.



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