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ASCRS-ASOA 2019 in San Diego from May 3-7, 2019

May 5, 2019 all-day
San Diego Convention Center
111 W Harbor Dr
San Diego, CA 92101
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ASCRS-ASOA 2019 in San Diego from May 3-7, 2019 @ San Diego Convention Center | San Diego | California | United States

Join us in San Diego for the 2019 American Society for Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS-ASOA-IJCAHPO) meeting from May 3-7, 2019. OMIC faculty is presenting two events on Sunday, May 5, 2019.

Date: Sunday, May 5, 2019

Location: San Diego Convention Center, 111 West Harbor Drive, San Diego, California

Time of First Session:  11:35 a.m. – 12:35 p.m.

Location of First Session: Upper Level, Room 32AB

IJCAHPO Session Title:  Do’s and Don’ts in the Era of Electronic Health Records (Course TNC-211)

Speaker: Michelle Pineda, MBA, OMIC Risk Manager


Time of Second Event:  1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Location of Second Session: Upper Level, Room 24A

ASOA Panel Discussion:  Medical Liability – The Dark Side of EHR’s (A5-408)

OMIC Panel Member along with Other Participants: Michelle Pineda, MBA, OMIC Risk Manager


OMIC insureds earn a discount on their insurance premium by attending either of these sessions during this conference.  Be sure to sign in while in the room using the OMIC attendance sheets.

Register with ASCRS at https://annualmeeting.ascrs.org/

Visit the OMIC booth in the exhibit hall to learn about our new low rates and we’ll be happy to help with all of your questions.

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