Kane County Medical Managers 2018 Meeting Dates
KCMM meetings are held at Oscar Swan Country Inn (unless other-wise noted) located at 1800 W. State St. in Geneva, IL
July 26, 2018 - Join the Kane County Medical Managers for an evening out at The Office Restaurant in St. Charles. No agenda, just drinks and appetizers and a time to unwind and get together. KCMM members are free. Non-member practice managers may attend for $30. Email email@example.com to reserve your spot.
JOIN THE KANE COUNTY MEDICAL MANAGERS GROUP
All medical managers, practice managers, and office administrators are welcome to the same benefits from Kane County and Illinois State Medical Societies as their member physicians. Please take the time to review the many benefits available to you. Call the Kane County Medical Society office for any additional questions.
As a practice manager in Kane County, you are invited to become a member of the Kane County Medical Managers (KCMM) group. This group operates as a distinct entity within the Kane County Medical Society. KCMM meets quarterly for lunch meetings to discuss important topics, share practice management ideas and gain insights into the challenges that face all medical practices. Cost to join is $80 for one year if you work for a physician who is a member of the Kane County Medical Society. Managers who work for a physician who is a non-member pay $130 for the year. Lunches are free with cost of membership. Guests of members may attend any one lunch meeting for an additional $30. As a paid member, you have the ability to register for the "Managers Only" webpage on the Kane County Medical Society website. To register for the Kane County Medical Managers group for 2018 complete the application and return it to the KCMS office with payment.
THE KANE COUNTY MEDICAL MANAGERS MISSION STATEMENT:
The mission of the Kane County Medical Managers is to promote, improve, sustain and advance the profession of Office Management/Practice Administration; to uphold and maintain standards of excellence and professional development of the profession and to the overall patient care provided to the community with honorable and friendly relations among its members and other allied health professionals.
To work cooperatively with all segments of the professional community on achieving its purposes.
To undertake such desirable activities as the Board of Directors may determine.
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