See What's Happening at Heartland 2022

Published in Complex Rehab on April 08, 2022

Heartland LogoHeartland Conference will be here before you know it. Just like every year, we designed this conference specifically with you in mind, and we want you to be the first to see what’s in store for this year’s in-person event.

Heartland Conference will be here before you know it. Just like every year, we designed this conference specifically with you in mind, and we want you to be the first to see what’s in store for this year’s in-person event. 

The Highlights

  • Nine tracks in areas such as rehab; respiratory; billing and reimbursement; regulatory and audits; business leadership; accessibility; and sales, marketing, and retail
  • In-person sessions combine to offer nearly 60 options for registrants to earn contact hours. You can earn an estimated 14.75 contact hours/CEUs
  • VGM’s vendor partners showcase their industry-leading products and software solutions in Heartland’s expanded exhibit hall
  • Networking opportunities with fellow members, VGM thought leaders, industry presenters, and exhibitors
  • Enjoy a guided journey through VGM’s headquarters and fulfillment facility and learn how to maximize your membership
  • All-inclusive price means education, meals, and entertainment are taken care of

And that’s just the beginning. There’s something for everyone at Heartland and in true VGM fashion, we can’t wait to get our community together. Review the e-prospectus to find out how.


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