Please join us:

On behalf of Medical Meeting Solutions, LLC and Tulane Center for Continuing Education, we invite you to exhibit at the 2019 Advanced Institute for Anesthesia Billing and Practice Management to be held May 16 – 18, 2019 at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Exhibits will be open on Thursday, May 16 and Friday, May 17, 2019.

About the Conference:

The Advanced Institute for Anesthesia Billing and Practice Management will focus on billing and practice management issues with the goal of enlightening attendees on broader group strategy issues, including numerous talks on billing, coding and compliance. All of our speakers are nationally renowned. Exhibit space is limited and we encourage exhibitors to register early in order to guarantee a spot.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, the participants should be better able to effectively:

1. Identify anesthesia billing compliance issues and errors, including the main compliance risk areasfor anesthesia practices.
2. Explain billing and coding for pediatric anesthesia, subspecialty anesthesia, cardiac cases, and acute and chronic pain management services.
3. State the specific CPT codes to enhance practice revenues and maximize reimbursement.
4. Identify practice management areas with emphasis on new technology, hospital relationships,consolidation, negotiation and strategy, and how groups will look like in the future
5. Describe the salient points of educating providers and billing companies to Governmental QualityPrograms including PQRS, QCDRs, MACRA and MIPS
6. Describe how the Perioperative Surgical Home will affect anesthesia groups now and in the future.
7. Identify the new trends in the anesthesia marketplace that will allow anesthesia practices toremain viable.

We are expecting 350+ attendees from over 45 different states for our 2019 meeting. Attendees will include Anesthesiologists, CRNAs, Practice Administrators, Billing Owners, Billing Managers, Consultants and Certified Coders. The seminar offers exhibitors access to decision makers in a small and intimate setting. We hope you will join us along with our growing number of exhibitors in Las Vegas in May.

Exhibit Guide:

Medical Meeting Solutions, LLC and Tulane Center for Continuing Education, are pleased to provide the following opportunities for organizations to advertise their products and services to attendees of the conference. Whether you are displaying your products in the exhibit space, interacting with participants at one of the social events, sponsoring a meal function or gaining brand recognition for your company through program advertising, your message will reach key decision makers.

General Information:

Expected Attendance: 350+ 

Exhibit Dates:

Meeting Dates: Thursday, May 16 – Saturday, May 18, 2019

Exhibit Dates: Thursday, May 16 and Friday, May 17, 2019

Set-Up Time: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 from 12:00pm – 7:00pm

Exhibit Move – Out/Breakdown: Friday, May 17, 2019 after 3:30pm. Shipping services will be provided by Freeman. All registered exhibitors will be provided full shipping information closer to the event.

Exhibit Hours:

Thursday, May 16th: 7:00am – 6:30pm
Premium face-to-face times

Thursday:
7:00 – 8:00am: Breakfast
9:50 – 10:30am: Morning Refreshment
Break
2:50 – 3:20pm: Afternoon Refreshment Break
4:45 – 6:30pm: Welcome Reception

Friday, May 17th: 7:00am- 4:45pm
Premium face-to-face times Friday:
7:00 – 8:00am: Breakfast
9:40 – 10:20am: Morning Refreshment Break
11:50 – 1:00pm: Luncheon
2:40 – 3:10pm: Afternoon Refreshment Break

Booth Fees:

Exhibit fee includes one six-foot skirted table, two chairs, one wastebasket, one copy of the electronic conference syllabus and one complimentary registration for admittance to all general sessions. Maximum number of exhibit spaces is 50.
1. Standard Size Exhibit Booth Fee (10’ x 10’) – $2,800
2. Double Size Exhibit Booth Fee (20’ wide x 10’ deep) – $5,500

Benefits of Exhibiting
• One full conference registration pass
• One electronic (flash drive) copy of the conference syllabus
• Complimentary exhibitor name badges
• Company name listed in program material
• Build recognition of your company and awareness of your products
• Multiple opportunities to meet with influential decision makers in a direct sales environment

Additional Exhibitor Exclusive Sponsorship Opportunities:

To reserve your Exclusive Sponsorship, please contact Peter Wu, MD at 419-665-3499 or peter_wu@anesthesiabillingconference.com.

Please also note that any special events (i.e. any organized social events or technical programs and seminars during and around the conference days) must be in consultation with, and formally pre-approved by the conference organizers. Without exception, all exhibitors and attendees to the Conference are required to strictly adhere to this condition.

Cancellation Policy:

The booth fee is due on or before April 15, 2019. No company may exhibit unless payment for booth space has been received in full. Applications received after April 15th will be considered based on availability.

All cancellations must be sent in writing. If written cancellation is received by: April 15, 2019, exhibitors will receive a 50% refund. No refunds will be issued after April 15, 2019.

Contract Provisions:

Exhibits and exhibitors are subject to the following regulations. The term “Joint Providers” herein refers to the Center for Continuing Education, Tulane University Health Sciences Center, and Medical Meeting Solutions, LLC collectively.
The Advanced Institute for Anesthesia Billing and Practice Management 2019 has produced this continuing medical education meeting for Anesthesiologists, CRNAs, Practice Administrators, Billing Managers, Professional Coders and other Allied Health Professionals. Exhibitors are expected to display their products and/or discuss their services with awareness of the professional and practical needs of conference attendees. The Joint Providers reserve the right to refuse space that, in their sole opinion, is unlikely to contribute to the overall objectives of this educational activity. No commercial promotional materials shall be displayed or distributed in the same room as the educational activity immediately before, during, or immediately after the educational activity or outside of the officially designated space.

Exhibitor Representative Responsibilities: Exhibitor must name at least one person to be the official onsite representative and responsible party. The official representative will receive all relevant materials relating to the educational activity. That representative shall be authorized to enter into such agreements as may be necessary for fulfillment of obligations to the Joint Providers and to other contractors and subcontractors. At least one representative must be at the display during exhibit times. Badges are not transferable.

Payments and Cancellations: Payment in full for exhibit space is due no later than April 15, 2019. Exhibitors who cancel before April 15, 2019, will receive a refund less a 50% cancellation fee. Exhibitors who cancel on or after April 15, 2019, will receive no refund. No cancellations shall be acknowledged unless received by the Joint Providers in writing. The date upon which the notice of cancellation is received shall apply as the official date of cancellation.

Space Agreement: This application for exhibit space, the notice of assignment by the Joint Providers and the full payment of rental charges, together constitute an agreement for a right to use the space. The Joint Providers reserve the right to make the final space assignment or change the space assignment should it be necessary in the best interest of the exhibit show.

Arrangements of Exhibits: Exhibits must be arranged so as not to obstruct the general view or hide the exhibits of others. The standard equipment provided to the exhibitor by the conference will consist of one six-foot skirted table, two chairs, wastebasket, one program syllabus and one complimentary conference registration. Exhibit fixtures, components and identification signs will be permitted to a maximum of eight feet. All display fixtures over eight feet in height and placed within 10 linear feet of an adjoining exhibit must be confined to the back half of the area.

Fire Regulations: All material used in the exhibitor area must be made of flame-proof materials and conform to all fire department regulations. Decorations may not include balloons, crepe paper, cellophane or confetti. Care of Buildings: Exhibitors or their agents shall not injure or deface the walls or floors of the buildings, the booths and/or equipment or furnishings in the space provided. The Exhibitor will be held liable for any such damage caused by the responsible representative or his agent.

Use of Exhibit Space: No Exhibitor shall assign, sublet or share the whole or any part of the space allotted without the consent of the Joint Providers and approval of the terms thereof. No Exhibitor is permitted to show goods other than those manufactured or handled in their regular course of business. No firm or organization not assigned space will be permitted to solicit business in any manner within the exhibit area.

Sound Devices and Noise Level: The use of devices for themechanical reproduction of sound is prohibited. Anydemonstrations or presentations must be conducted at a lowvolume so nearby exhibitors are not disturbed.

Entertainment: The Exhibitor agrees not to sponsor any group function such as hospitality suites, tours, film showings,speeches or other activities during the meeting and exhibition hours that would in any way interfere with member attendance at regular conference education sessions or meetings or induce visitors away from the conference or Exhibitor Hall. The Exhibitor must receive approval from the Joint Providers in advance for any intended group functions.

Direct Selling: In the event that Exhibitor engages in on-locationtransactions, Exhibitor will be responsible for complying with allfederal, state and local laws regarding sales taxes and laws thatmay pertain to such sales.

General Restrictions: (A) Exhibitors can distribute only those food and drink samples that are manufactured or handled by them in the regular course of business. No outside food and beverage products may be distributed by exhibitors except upon written authorization of the Cosmopolitan Hotel. (B) The Joint Providers reserve the right to restrict exhibits that, because of noise, methods of operation or for any reason become objectionable, and also to prohibit or evict without refund any exhibit or person that in the opinion of the Joint Providers may detract from the general character of the conference. (C) No display material exposing an unfinished surface to neighboring exhibitors or an aisle will be permitted. (D) Exhibitors are not permitted to set up displays in hotel rooms, hotel suites or lobbies.

Liability and Insurance: Exhibitors will take reasonable precautions to safeguard exhibits. The Joint Providers will not be liable for loss or damage to property of the Exhibitor or exhibitor representatives or employees from theft, fire, accident or any other cause beyond their control. Exhibitors are advised to insure themselves at their own expense against property loss or damage and against liability for personal injury. The Joint Provider’s liability for injury to persons or loss or damage to property shall be limited to such as may be caused by their negligence. Exhibitors will indemnify the Joint Providers against, and hold harmless from, negligence of the Exhibitor in connection with its use of display space.

Americans With Disabilities Act: Each Exhibitor shall be responsible for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act within their assigned exhibit space.

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