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DoD/VA Healthcare Training Forum Returns with 4 Training/28 Sessions/32 High Profile Speakers

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Posted: 04/19/2013
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

DOD/VA HEALTHCARE TRAINING FORUM RETURNS:
WITH 4 TRAINING DAYS, 28 SESSIONS & 32 HIGH PROFILE SPEAKERS

New York, NY, April 19, 2013 - DoD/VA Healthcare 2013 returns for its fourth year with its leading industry training forum showcasing the latest military medical technologies and providing an unparalleled educational experience for those involved in delivering patient care and support to service members and their families. This unique forum with allow healthcare professionals to keep up with the latest developments in the continuum of care for service members.

2013 high profile speakers include leading healthcare experts from military commands, university hospitals and veteran’s care organizations. Through an innovative format of interactive workshops, presentations and demonstrations, DoD/VA Healthcare will lead practitioners and administrators through the latest issues, treatments, techniques and medical solutions while addressing the unique challenges presented to the military medical community. Attendees will also have the option to earn 26 CME credits at the DoD’s largest inpatient medical facility - Fort Sam Houston.

DoD/VA Healthcare will access advancements in the continuum of care for service members and their families and receive in-depth, first hand accounts from experts in each stage of the continuum. This year’s in-depth sessions will include 2 focus days and 2 main training days covering critical topics including:

- Post Combat Care / Battlefield Healthcare
- Electronic Health Records (EHR)
- Mental and Behavioral Health
- Military Treatment Facilities CONUS
- Pre and Post-Deployment Care/Services
- TCCC Demo
- Traumatic Brain Injury / PTSD / Wounded Warrior Care
- And Much More

This training forum will provide answers from active healthcare practitioners and government experts; they will share case studies on clinical trials, personal experience and validated research to provide the clearest image on the state of the military healthcare market. Be sure to join in on the conversation and learn where you can help our service members, veterans and healthcare community.
To see the full training forum agenda or to register, visit www.DoDHealthcare.com

The Institute for Defense & Government Advancement (IDGA): a division of IQPC, is a non-partisan information-based organization dedicated to the promotion of innovative ideas in public service and defense through live conferences and events.

Media contact:
James Linney
212.885.2740
James.Linney@idga.org

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