Utah Codequest Coding Seminar
Date: Saturday, February 24, 2024
Location: Moran Eye Center Auditorium
$280 Per Person
Message from the President
Dear Esteemed Members of the Utah Ophthalmology Society,
In these challenging times, it is crucial to unite as a professional community, and your membership plays a vital role in our collective success and the advancement of ophthalmology in our state.
The Utah Ophthalmology Society stands as a pillar of support, education, and collaboration for ophthalmologists across our region. By actively participating in the Society, you positively impact your professional development, patient care, and networking opportunities.
Our society offers high-quality educational programs and conferences each year. These events provide you with the latest updates in ophthalmology, surgical techniques, research breakthroughs, and emerging technologies. By staying informed and enhancing your knowledge base, you can deliver the best possible care to your patients.
The Utah Ophthalmology Society advocates for our profession and represents our collective interests to policymakers, insurers, and the public. Through your membership, you contribute to a stronger voice and a more influential presence in shaping policies that directly affect our field, ensuring optimal patient care and fair reimbursement.
In conclusion, your membership in the Utah Ophthalmology Society is not just a professional affiliation but a commitment to the advancement of our field and the provision of exceptional eye care. Together, we can elevate the standards of ophthalmology, improve patient outcomes, and build a stronger, more connected community of ophthalmologists.
If you have any questions or would like further information about the society or membership benefits, please do not hesitate to reach out to me or our new executive director, Ms. Katie Mansell.
Thank you for your dedication to ophthalmology, and I look forward to seeing you at the upcoming society events.
Bradley J Katz, MD, PhD
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