Registrations close early for Bp Premier Summit

Best Practice Software (Bp) has closed registrations for its annual summit on the Gold Coast next month as the event has been oversubscribed.

Bp chief relationship officer Lorraine Pyefinch said the summit is always designed to be an intimate event with hands-on sessions and networking, and as such the 300-odd attendees currently registered is the limit.

Mrs Pyefinch apologised to those who will miss out but encouraged them to keep an eye out for its regular training events in the coming year including its Masterclass webinars, which it hopes to re-run in the next few months. About 1000 people took part last year.

Bp will be showing off progress with its Best Health app at the summit, and has organised a number of feature sessions on pathology requesting and the use of decision support tools, chronic disease management, third-party vendor integrations, financials and reporting, a special session on preventing fraud and a session on eHealth.

Bp founder Frank Pyefinch will provide an insight into the future direction of the company's products and the development lifecycle, and there will also be a special session on Titanium, the cloud-oriented version Bp is set to release in the near future.

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