2020 NCMGMA Annual Conference Statement on Coronavirus

2020 NCMGMA Annual Conference Statement on Coronavirus

We understand many of you have concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19). We want to be as transparent as possible and share information about how we are following developments relating to the coronavirus and what we are doing to prepare for our upcoming Conference in Myrtle Beach.

Our NCMGMA Annual Conference is currently scheduled to proceed May 13-15, 2020 in Myrtle Beach, SC. Since this meeting is not slated to occur for another two months – we believe that it would be premature at this juncture to postpone or cancel the meeting. Accordingly, registration for the conference remains open and you are able to make hotel reservations under the block. We do want to assure you, however, that we recognize that this is an extremely fluid and rapidly evolving situation and that NCMGMA will continue to actively monitor the situation and heed guidance provided by the CDC and NCDHHS.

Situation Monitoring

  • NCMGMA is committed to hosting a safe and successful conference. Our top priority is the health and safety of all participants, including attendees, sponsors/exhibitors, staff, and others involved in the conference.
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has publicly deemed the health risk of coronavirus for the general American public to be low at this time.
  • NCMGMA is actively monitoring CDC and HHS updates for further information.
  • NCMGMA staff is working closely with our hotel partner, Marriott Myrtle Beach Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes, and local Myrtle Beach authorities to evaluate the situation and implement best practices.

We are committed to making the 2020 NCMGMA Annual Conference a safe, healthy and successful event. We will continue to keep you apprised as developments relating to the coronavirus occur. If you have any questions about the upcoming event, please contact us at info@ncmgm.org.

Administrator of the Year Award Nominations Deadline is Friday, March 6th

Submit Your Nominations for the NCMGMA/Curi
Administrator of the Year Award

curi-web-color-2019Annually, the North Carolina Medical Group Management Association (NCMGMA) and Curi, a Medical Mutual Co., recognize outstanding performance by an individual with the Administrator of the Year Award. For 2020, the award will be presented at our Annual Conference, to be held May 13-15, at the Marriott Myrtle Beach Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes.

About the Administrator of the Year Award
The Administrator of the Year award recognizes a healthcare administrator, affiliated with the NCMGMA, who has exhibited exceptional leadership management proficiency and enhanced the effectiveness of healthcare delivery in his/her practice and community through recent, noteworthy achievements.

If you wish to learn more about this award and/or nominate a colleague, follow the link below to see the complete award criteria and nominations form.  You can also email our offices at Melissa@ncmgm.org to nominate an administrator. The deadline for nominations is March 6, 2020.

2020 NCMGMA Annual Conference
NCMGMA is heading to the Marriott Myrtle Beach Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes for our 2020 Annual Conference. Scheduled for May 13-15, we have a schedule packed full of engaging CEU and networking events you won’t want to miss. Visit our website here to learn more about this exciting healthcare industry event.

2020 NCMGMA Annual Conference Call for Speakers

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2020 Annual Conference Call for Speakers
Peer-to-Peer Short Session Presenters Wanted

Online Submission Form

NCMGMA’s Annual Conference is set for May 13-15 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and we are looking for presenters who can speak on an assortment of leadership and management topics.

Educational Focus Areas

  • Operations Management
    • Physician Recruitment
    • Business Intelligence
    • Online Reputation Management
    • Managing Patient Satisfaction
  • HR Management
    • Diversity in Healthcare
    • Winning Unemployment Claims
  • Risk & Compliance Management
    • Compliance Audit
    • Peer Review
    • Disruptive Physician
    • Risk Management
  • Patient-Centered Care
    • Deescalating Situations
    • Service Recovery
    • Telemedicine
  • Organizational Governance
    • Running an Effective Meeting
  • Financial Management

How to Participate

Please let us know prior to November 15th of your interest in presenting by completing the online form here with the topic, session description and also the time frame you’d be able to present in (15/30/45 minutes). Once the submission period closes, your information will be reviewed by the NCMGMA Conference Committee. All interested parties will be contacted no later than January 31st.