Using technology to transform patient care

October 12-14 at Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld, ChiroSymposium Tech Expo 2022 is designed to help you leverage the best technologies to improve patient care and retention…

Whether you are a tech newbie or a pro, CTX22 is the place to go! Explore new technologies that have a direct impact on patient care, communications and retention. Learn how to leverage the latest health technology solutions to provide optimal patient care and reduce physician and staff workload. With the best speakers like Dr. Fab Mancini, Dr. Sherry McAllister and Dr. Mark Sanna, ChiroSymposium Tech Expo 2022 will be fun and inspiring!

With 9 hours of continuing education available when applicable, CTX22 will help your practice master the healthcare technology that will shape the future.

Technology is always advancing and the pace of change can be difficult for some healthcare professionals and practice team members to keep up with. We live in a world touched by technology at every level, from how we sleep, to what we eat and sometimes even to what we think. Both patients and healthcare providers will continue to feel its impact at an increasing rate.

The healthcare industry has often led other sectors when it comes to adopting new technologies, discoveries and improvements. The technology that we all know and use on a daily basis has transformed and improved our daily lives so much that it is almost impossible to think about life without it. The advancement of technology will continue to advance, and ChiroSymposium Tech Expo 2022 is designed to help you leverage the best technologies to improve patient care and retention, office workflow, marketing and management the practice CTX22 will bring you the health technology experts you should expect shaping the future of practice.

Sessions include:

Keep “ethical technology” in your digital transformation plan

Digital technologies create enormous opportunities for practices to become smarter, more agile, more flexible and more responsive. But as practices roll out new applications, they are encountering challenges that can create ethical and compliance risks. Practices simply cannot call themselves technologically savvy if they do not think about the ethical implications of how their employees, patients, and others in their ecosystems use technologies. This session will help your practice develop a comprehensive approach to the ethical impacts of technology use.

Therapeutic lasers — Practical laser workshop

Pain is the most common reason for medical consultation in the United States. One in three Americans suffer from chronic pain annually. The number one reason for missing work or school days is musculoskeletal pain. Currently accepted therapies consist of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, steroid injections, opioid analgesics, and surgery, each of which carries its own specific risk profiles. What is needed are effective pain treatments that have an acceptably low risk profile.

For more than 40 years, laser light therapy (also known as photobiomodulation) has been shown to reduce inflammation and edema, induce analgesia, and promote healing in a range of musculoskeletal conditions. This session offers an opportunity to experience hands-on demonstrations of laser therapy. This is a “can’t miss” event that will elevate any practice to the next clinical level.

Using technology to improve patient outcomes

Achieving positive patient outcomes is the number one goal of healthcare practices. Amid ever-evolving consumer expectations, rapid technological advances, and the shift from volume-based to value-based care, achieving healthy outcomes has become an even greater priority. Orchestrated patient engagement, engaging patients along every step of their journey with solutions that work together, is the future of healthcare. In this session, you’ll learn how to use your practice’s existing technology to improve patient retention and outcomes.

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