EPOWERdoc Sponsors National FEC Conference
OMAHA, Neb.-- EPOWERdoc is among the sponsors of the National Association of Freestanding Emergency Centers Conference slated for June 17-18 in Dallas. The first-ever event is being coordinated and co-hosted by the Texas Association of Freestanding Emergency Centers (TAFEC) and the Texas College of Emergency Physicians (TCEP).
The event includes presentation from industry leaders, networking events and an exhibit hall. Participants will gain information on the latest news and developments impacting freestanding emergency centers, emergency room physicians, investors and owners of health care facilities. Additionally, they will have the opportunity to network throughout the conference including the exhibit hall, meals and receptions.
Those in attendance will also gain insight into the continued development, advancement and advocacy efforts driving the rapidly-growing freestanding emergency center industry across the country.
For information or to register for the conference, visit: http://www.nafeconline.org.
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.
The Texas Association of Freestanding Emergency Centers (TAFEC) is the first and only statewide association in the U.S. created especially to represent freestanding emergency centers. The member-driven organizations works to ensure all Texans have timely access to high-quality emergency medical care.
The Texas College of Emergency Physicians (TCEP) is a 501c(6) organization composed of more than 2,050 emergency physicians in Texas. The membership includes emergency physicians who practice in a wide variety of settings, including: large and small groups, academic centers, urban and rural, board certified and non-board certified, residents, and medical students.