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Digital Tools for #NAHC2017 – Visit Corridor at Booth 836!

Posted on Friday, October 6, 2017 12:28 PM

The NAHC annual meeting is next week and Corridor is excited to see you there. NAHC is providing a couple digital tools to make your experience even better.

MyPlanner is an online tool  that helps create a personalized itinerary. After you create a profile, you can search through the education sessions by topic, keyword, or faculty and star your favorites. You’ll then be able to view them on a map so you can easily find them during the conference. You can also search through attendees to see who else will be there and star the people you want to meet, making networking even easier.

NAHC also has mobile app available to download on Google Play or iTunes. All of your favorites from MyPlanner are automatically synced to the mobile app.

Click here to get the QR code and to read more about NAHC’s digital tools.

Corridor’s team of experts will be at booth 836 to show you Better results with our Revenue Cycle Management, Coding, Advisory & Compliance and Products & Education solutions. Be sure to stop by and enter to win a large Coach totebag!


About Corridor

Corridor is the nation’s preferred partner and trusted business advisor to home health and hospice providers, providing quality services and impactful results for 30 years. Focusing on key operational, regulatory and financial challenges, Corridor delivering industry-unique solutions and deep expertise in coding, clinical documentation review, compliance, billing and collections , consulting and provider staff education . At Corridor, we make the business of caring for people Better! For the most important industry updates and news that impacts home health and hospice, please make sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter to receive the latest up-to-date industry information direct to your inbox!

For additional information, please contact Corridor at 1-866-263-3795.

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