AAMA : AAMA 2014: Call for Short Talks and Posters : Call for Short Talks and Posters

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Call for Short Talks and Posters

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS PROCESS OPEN NOW
CLOSES NOVEMBER 4, 2013

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AAMA is pleased to invite all members and colleagues of the AAMA to submit short talks and posters in the field of healthcare and hospital administration. We define these as an oral short-talk (10 to 15 minutes) and a poster session at AAMA 2014: The National Summit of Medical Administrators, taking place February 25-28, 2014 at the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV. 

Our goal is to create a conference that integrates a diverse and relevant selection of best practices, case studies, clinical study results, white papers and research. Submissions from experienced or junior administrators, researchers, fellows or vendors are vital to the success AAMA’s redesigned annual conference.

Abstracts are being accepted for consideration until the closing submission date of November 4, 2013.

All abstracts will be peer-reviewed, with the highest rated abstracts selected for short-talk orals. Individuals selected for poster presentations will be invited to display and discuss their findings during a 90 minute sessions dedicated exclusively to that activity. All abstracts will be available online to meeting registrants. Individual acceptance notifications will be sent by December 1, 2013.  

AAMA is dedicated to providing relevant and timely content. AAMA’s experienced program committee volunteers have combined their insights with the results of a recent Member Survey to define key industry topics for which we are specifically seeking submissions.

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I should submit an abstract if

  • What I have learned, researched or experienced is relevant to, and can be shared with, other medical administrators.
  • What I want to share is in the form of a best practice, case study, clinical study results, white paper or research, and fits within one of the suggested categories (see below).
  • I am either an experienced or junior administrator, a researcher, a fellows or a vendor.
  • My findings are well documented, referenced, and represent my work or work of a team I am a member of.
  • I wish to present a 15mn short talk in front of an AAMA audience or present a poster during a 90mn poster session (note that the peer-review process will determine which abstracts can be presented as short-talks based on quality ranking, unless you decide to opt out of being considered for a short-talk.
  • I commit to attending the AAMA 2014 summit.

Suggested Categories

  • Affordable Care Act (ACA)
  • Coding and compliance
  • Regulatory issues
  • Accreditation
  • Contingency planning
  • Emergency management/incident response
  • Physician and provider relationships
  • Clinical issues related to both clinical practice as well as business solutions for clinical issues
  • Clinical research and regulation
  • Leadership and organizational management
  • Financial management
  • Professional development
  • Information management/technology including Electronic Medical Records
  • Promoting quality of care

Technical Information

  • Abstract limit: There are no restrictions on the number of submissions you may submit or on the number of submissions you may present. Abstracts are limited to 750 characters (including spaces ).
  • Character limit: There is a limit of 750 characters (including spaces) characters for the abstract text. Please keep your objectives to 200 characters each. You will be advised of your character count usage throughout the submission process as you save and move to the next step.
  • Title and session description:The title should be entered in mixed case. Do not put your title in quotation marks. Do not use formatting tags in the title (with the possible exception of the lowercase tag). You may copy and paste your submission body into the appropriate sections.
  • Questions: If you have questions regarding speaking at the National Summit of Medical Administrators, please contact [email protected]