A special CME program entitled “Surviving 2012: Key Physician Practice Management Issues” will be offered on a 10 night Caribbean cruise scheduled for Feb 17-27, 2012 from the Port of New York’s Cape Liberty. The program has been scheduled for the Royal Caribbean Lines Explorer of the Seas and is designed specifically for physicians and office managers. Expert faculty will present a 14 hour CME program focused on critical Practice Management issues facing today’s physician community. Topics include:
The specific cruise was selected because of Royal Caribbean Lines reputation for excellence and fact that it was over the President’s week holiday when many children are out of school. (The ship offers great kid-friendly facilities.) In addition, the cruise was in and out of New York harbor so most participants would not have to fly to reach the ship. Parking is available on the pier adjacent to the ship. Medical, Educational and Scientific Foundation (MESF) President Leah McCormack called the program “the first of what we hope to be an ongoing educational series, plus you get to visit some of the great fun spots in the Caribbean while the Northeast is freezing.”
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