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Save the Date for the 2015 WAEPS Annual Meeting!

March 19-20, 2015
Location: The Conference Center at the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle

Highlights of the two-day meeting:

  • All-day coding and reimbursement program: Thursday, March 19
  • Physician dinner with speakers: Thursday evening, March 19
  • Physician Program: Friday, March 20
  • Practice Management Seminar: Friday March 20
  • Ophthalmic Personnel Program, Friday March 20
     

Watch for details on the Annual Meeting and registration information in early 2015.  If you have questions, please contact Debra Alderman, WAEPS Association Executive:  debra@wsma.org


Meeting Registration

Will be available via this webpage in early 2015.

Lodging

A room block has been set up at a discounted rate for WAEPS attendees at the Hyatt Olive 8 hotel, 1635 8th Ave., very close to the meeting venue in downtown Seattle.  The WAEPS room rate is  $169 – king bed, single or double occupancy.     Make reservations via this link:    https://resweb.passkey.com/go/WAEP15  

Reciprocal Arrangements

WAEPS has reciprocal arrangements with ophthalmology societies in Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, and British Columbia. Physicians, providing proof of membership in their respective state and province societies, may register at the Active WAEPS Member rate.

Exhibitor Information

We're excited to have some of the top ophthalmic companies represented at this year's meeting. If you'd like to see your company involved, please contact Debra Alderman 206.956.3650 or at debra@wsma.org.

Disabilities

We encourage participation by all individuals. If you are disabled and require assistance, please notify Debra Alderman at the WAEPS office at 206-956-3650 at least 30 days prior to the course. Advance notification is essential in order for us to serve you better. We'll be glad to help.

Information

Debra Alderman, WAEPS Association Executive
Direct: 206.956.3650
Fax: 206.441.5863
Email: debra@wsma.org

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