Axion Health Attends Regional Occupational Health Conference with Record Attendance in Boston
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<font size=”2″ face=”Arial”>DENVER</font>, Dec. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Energy filled the Boston Newton Marriott as participants gathered last week to learn more about occupational and environmental medicine from an incredible list of speakers.
“With 3 organizations (NECOEM/MaAOHN/NEAOHN) hosting the event, we were fortunate to have so many excellent speakers who addressed important Occupational and Environmental Medicine topics,” says Phil Lerner, MD, MPH, FACOEM, Chair of the conference planning committee. “We also had record attendance with participants and vendors from across the US,” adds Lerner.
The conference attracted 365 physicians, PAs, NPs and nurses in Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Approximately 20% were from outside the Northeast. Participants were excited to be in the hub of occupational health, learn from prestigious professionals, and interact with their peers from across the country.
For those looking for occupational health software, they visited with exhibitors from Axion Health. Richard Potter, VP of Regional Sales, and Marne Brase, Marketing Director, answered questions and explained how their organization could GoPaperless with ReadySet software. Axion Health provides a Web-based software solution that eliminates paper and offers the latest technology in electronic record keeping and reporting proven to increase compliance and provide consistency of care.
About Conference Hosts
The New England College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (NECOEM) is a regional component society of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM). NECOEM has been providing professional educational programming for occupational and environmental physicians and other clinicians for over 50 years.
Massachusetts Association of Occupational Health Nurses (MaAOHN) has been caring for the American workers for over 100 years. Both MaAOHN and Northeast Association of Occupational Health Nurses (NEAOHN) are committed to providing ongoing leadership, support, networking opportunities for nurses engaged in occupational and environmental health and promote the profession of occupational health nursing by serving as a resource to member states.
About Axion Health
Axion Health provides software, support and consultation services for employee health, occupational health, medical surveillance, and emergency preparedness for large and small health systems and hospitals across the country, government agencies, as well as Fortune 500 companies. Designed with the latest technology, Axion Health solutions are Web-based, easy to use, Internet-accessible, completely paperless, mobile friendly, quick to launch, and affordable. For more information, toll free 877 770 3073 or www.axionhealth.com.
Media Contact: Marne Brase
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