AHC Media Set to Launch Emergency Medicine Reports’ Summit

March 23, 2015

AHC Media, a medical media and publishing company, will launch the Emergency Medicine Reports’ Summit, an interactive seminar highlighting the key issues emergency medicine providers face every day.

The two-day summit will be held Aug. 28-29 at Wynn’s Encore in Las Vegas and will focus on the top 10 matters affecting emergency medicine right now.

“For more than 30 years, emergency physicians have counted on our bi-weekly Emergency Medicine Reports for concise and reliable coverage of the most up-to-date information,” states David Fournier, CEO and Publisher of AHC Media.

He added, “With the summit, we bring the publication to life to address the most pressing issues that emergency medicine physicians tell us they are facing. This is a place for us to share ideas and learn from each other.”

Agenda topics were derived from an AHC Media survey of 1,500 emergency medicine physicians from across the country.

This survey identified the following key topics: emerging infectious diseases and management, managing chest pain, toxicology, airway restrictions, antibiotics, reading CT scans and ways to increase job satisfaction.

Program Chair Sandra M. Schneider, MD, who is the Professor of Emergency Medicine at Hofstra NorthShore LIJ School of Medicine, as well as the attending physician Department of Emergency Medicine, NorthShore University Hospital, Manhasset, N.Y., has created an agenda aimed at emergency department physicians and other associated department personnel.

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