ACR Education Exchange

ACR Education Exchange

The ACR Education Exchange 2023 will host some of the ACR’s most popular, high-quality educational events, all taking place in one location, with opportunities to learn from and exchange ideas with fellow attendees across all disciplines within rheumatology.

Six meetings will take place from April 28–30 at the Hyatt Regency in Orlando, Florida, including:

At this in-person meeting, plan to share best practices from your division or training program, get the latest coding and billing updates, share pain points with payors and try to come up with solutions, hear the latest state-of-the-art clinical updates to help you care for patients, and more. Education Exchange has programming to help you get your job done.

Registration and housing information and a detailed program will be available in February.

The American College of Rheumatology's (ACR) CME purpose is to provide comprehensive education to improve the knowledge, competence, performance of physicians, scientists and other health professionals who treat/care for patients with/at risk for musculoskeletal diseases as well as systemic autoimmune disorders. The ACR will offer evidence-based educational activities designed to enhance practice performance and ultimately, improve the quality of care in those with or at risk for musculoskeletal diseases as well as systemic autoimmune disorders.

This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.

Global Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss the most up-to-date evidence-based treatment approaches in the management of rheumatic diseases.
  • Identify and describe recent scientific and clinical advances regarding the pathogenesis of rheumatic diseases.
  • Apply new research data to improve the quality of care of patients with rheumatic diseases.
  • Identify the vital issues involved with running academic divisions in rheumatology.
  • Identify CPT coding updates and payment policies affecting rheumatology practices.

COVID-19 Policies
We thank you for your continued cooperation and applaud individuals' efforts to prevent the spread of infectious agents. Prior to attending an ACR face-to-face event, please be sure to review the current ACR requirements for meeting entry and attendance as these vary according to local requirements and may have changed since your last meeting. Individuals with symptoms or known infections are requested to stay home and not participate in face-to-face ACR gatherings.

Corporate Support
The American College of Rheumatology thanks our corporate supporters and partners for their commitment to advancing rheumatology by supporting ACR and ARP programs and initiatives. See current supporters, guidelines, and benefits of supporting the ACR.

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