2024 AMRPA Fall Conference

AMRPA Fall Conference, October 15-18, 2023 | Dallas, Texas

2024 Fall Educational Conference & Expo
October 27-30, 2024

JW Marriott Turnberry Resort
Miami, Florida

Register today! 

The AMRPA Fall Conference program focuses on innovative strategies to keep rehabilitation professionals ahead of the curve and providing the highest quality of care, as well as advocacy efforts in the interest of inpatient rehabilitation hospitals and units, outpatient rehabilitation centers, and other medical rehabilitation providers.

The AMRPA Education Committee has reviewed 100+ abstracts that were submitted for both oral and poster presentations. The committee has evaluated the abstracts based on scientific quality, relevance and contribution to the field of medical rehabilitation, originality, clarity and organization, and freedom from bias. The abstracts will be used to create concurrent breakout educational tracks, including but not limited to:

  • Operations and Leadership Development
  • Clinical Care Delivery: A Team Approach
  • Regulatory, Legislative, and Accreditation Matters
  • Business Development and Building Strategic Relationships
  • Technology, Research, and Innovation
  • Building Positive Patient and Staff Experiences

In addition to the breakout sessions, the AMRPA Educational Conference & Expo will include plenary and panel discussions on artificial intelligence and technology, new models of care delivery, Review Choice Demonstration expansion, cybersecurity and risk management strategies, emerging auditing and payment denial issues, and many more topics.

Educational roundtable topics have also been finalized and will include important issues such as legislative and regulatory, business development, rehabilitation nursing and physicians, building a strong interdisciplinary team, transition of care, unit managers, and quality. 

The full conference program can be seen below. Register now to take advantage of early bird registration rates and other discounts.


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