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Join us and learn how to use the Amtelco's Enterprise-Wide Clinical Communication software to streamline communications throughout your healthcare organization.

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Why Attend the Amtelco Healthcare Seminar?

Get the latest insight into what makes Amtelco software unique and work directly with people in the healthcare industry.

  • Who should attend the seminar?
    The event will give healthcare IT experts, telecommunications professionals, call center directors, managers and supervisors, and C-suite executives a chance to learn about call center and secure communications technology, Amtelco healthcare communications solutions, and network with peers.
  • What is the on the agenda?
    You can expect to see a keynote speaker, new product developments, customer driven panel discussions and product training.
  • Where is the seminar?
    The 2024 Amtelco Healthcare Seminar will be held at The Madison Concourse Hotel in beautiful downtown Madison, Wisconsin.
  • When is the event?
    The Amtelco Healthcare Seminar will be held on September 17-19, 2024 at the Concourse Hotel in Madison, WI.
  • How much does it cost?

    The cost to attend is $265 per attendee, which includes registration, most meals, and seminar materials. (You will receive an invoice at a later date.) The hotel room cost is $200 per night, which you book directly with the hotel.

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What People are Saying

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“I really liked the panel discussions last year where people from other hospitals talked about how they handle things like code calls, etc., it gave some really good ideas”

St. Luke's Hospital