OPIE Con – San Diego, CA
May 14 – 16, 2020
Work Smarter, Not Harder.
OPIE Con is the premier users conference for O&P professionals. You’ll learn new techniques and time-saving strategies with a community of your peers. OPIE Software has built a revolutionary education system for anyone who works in an O&P practice to learn how to be more efficient, more aligned, and how to provide better patient care. No matter your focus within an O&P practice, you will benefit from this three-day learning event!
Sheraton San Diego Hotel
1380 Harbor Island Dr, San Diego, CA 92101
San Diego International Airport (SAN)
May 13th, 4-6pm in the lobby
May 14th, 7:45am
May 16th, ends at 12pm
Our goal is to give you the tools you need to make your practice a success. We do that through providing inspiration, education, and connections that help you push your practice to new heights. Whether you work in the FRONT OFFICE, MANAGE THE PRACTICE, or are a CLINICIAN – OPIE Con is a valuable and affordable conference for anyone using OPIE Software.
Office Management Track
This educational session track will take the OPIE skills of O&P administrative staff to a higher level by establishing successful processes that enhance communication across their practice in a consistent and measurable way. After participating in the Office Management Track, your practice will likely experience fewer errors, a higher level of predictability throughout the week, improved cash flow, and increased clarity for the individual staff members on how to prioritize their work week.
Clinical Management Track
Clinicians who attend this session track will be exposed to proven techniques that improve communication and workflow strategies & processes that tie together the contributions of the administrative, clinical, technical and financial roles of the patient care organization. After participating in this track, clinicians will gain a working knowledge of how to use OPIE software to incorporate goal-oriented care with a clinical application of data obtained through the use of outcome measures throughout the episode of care.