On Site Registration
The LAC early registration deadline has passed, but we can still use your help in Washington, DC. Register on site and join us!
General Session Speaker Jason Dorsey
The Gen Y Guy®
Dorsey has appeared on 60 Minutes, 20/20, The Today Show and The View. His new book features more than 50 ways to increase Gen Y performance. He is the Chief Strategy Officer for The Center for Generational Kinetics.
Speaker Marilyn Tavenner
Acting Administrator, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Ms. Tavenner, a life-long public health advocate, manages the $820 billion federal agency, which ensures health care coverage for 100 million Americans, with 10 regional offices and more than 4,000 employees nationwide.
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Advocate for Your Specialty
Receive the key elements you need to increase your impact as an emergency medicine leader at ACEP’s Leadership and Advocacy Conference. Meet with members of Congress and other key policy makers, gain skills in media relations and networking for influence, and identify your role in advancing key issues facing emergency medicine. Together, we can shape the future of emergency medicine!
- May 20: Registration Opens at Noon, but you won’t want to miss a 4 p.m. session on how to deliver powerful presentations by Shelley Sims and Nan Tolbert, Executive Communication Coaches.
- May 21: ACEP President David C. Seaberg, MD, FACEP, welcomes first-timers at a special 7 a.m. breakfast. The Opening Reception is scheduled at 7 p.m. to welcome ACEP’s 2012 advocates.
- May 22: Block off 8 a.m. for a session on Budget Crisis and Health Care Reform: The Impact on Medicare and Medicaid. Hill Visits begin right after lunch.
- May 23: Departure day includes three sessions, including an 8 a.m. Town Hall on The Evolving Role of Emergency Medicine.
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Top Five Reasons to Attend ACEP’s Leadership and Advocacy Conference
- Influence Congress to do the right thing
- Hear the latest about regulatory issues from key insiders
- Revitalize your political interest though motivating speakers
- Develop a personal relationship with your members of Congress
- Take control of the future of emergency medicine