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Essentials of Oncology, Solid Organ and Blood/Marrow Transplant Management for the Health Care Team

March 13–14, 2023 | Scottsdale, AZ
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Make plans to join your peers in 2023! Learn about current topics and exciting advances in the fields of transplantation and oncology. The agenda is designed to address current, critical issues that you can apply to the management of patients and/or their benefits. 

 

Medical Director and Clinician Leadership Forum

April 26–27, 2023 | Las Vegas, NV
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Don't miss this unique opportunity to join your peers at the Medical Director and Clinician Leadership Forum 2023 for the education, networking and exhibitor interactions. This accredited medical education Forum will have something for everyone from managed health care medical directors to clinical executives working within the managed care framework.

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32nd Annual National Conference

October 2–4, 2023 | Minneapolis, MN
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This is the conference health care professionals attend year after year to receive unparalleled instruction on the hottest topics and most important advances in the care and management of medically complex patients. The agenda will be expanded to cover a wider range of topics that address current challenges, critical issues, and drivers in health that are transforming health care delivery. 

 

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Monkeypox

Helping people make the best-informed decisions to protect their health and the health of their community from monkeypox requires providing key prevention information to health care professionals (HCPs). OHE is dedicated to provide frontline HCPs with information about what monkeypox looks like and how to manage the illness. 

Please click here to learn more and for resources related to monkeypox.