EPOWERdoc Exhibits at Emergency Nurses Association Annual Conference in Indianapolis
EPOWERdoc is among dozens of exhibitors at the Emergency Nurses Association Annual Conference in Indianapolis October 7-11. An annual event, the conference offers participants an opportunity to gain insights on issues specific to emergency care, to include the latest in information technology specific to the healthcare industry.
The conference also offer an opportunity for exhibitors like EPOWERdoc to make contact with nurses, managers and executives with emergency care responsibility.
The ENA Annual Conference offers a vast array of educational opportunities providing a customized conference experience based on attendees areas of interest. Attendees are offered the opportunity to:
Expand knowledge of current practice standards
Refine critical thinking skills through case analyses of patient care and delivery of healthcare
Find groundbreaking ways to ensure patient needs are met
Discover the latest evidence-based research to stimulate new ideas for individual healthcare facilities
To learn more about EPOWERdoc solutions, call 515.965.8040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about the conference, visit: http://www.ena.org/education/conferences/annual/2014/Pages/default.aspx
EPOWERdoc is a leader in computerized Emergency Department Information Systems (EDIS), using a design team comprised of emergency physicians and nurses. Additionally, EPOWERdoc provides superior medical content for other vendor EMR builds. As it was from the beginning, the EPOWERdoc mission is centered around excellence, integrity and service. Every employee is committed to going above and beyond in meeting the needs of the client, while focusing on the specialized needs of the physicians, nurses and hospitals they serve.
About the Emergency Nurses Association
Originally aimed at teaching and networking, the organization has evolved into an authority, advocate, lobbyist, and voice for emergency nursing. ENA has 40,000+ members and continues to grow, with members representing over 35 countries around the world.