SECO 20/20 expands advanced learning methods at annual conference

SECO 20/20 will launch new and diverse methods for idea sharing at its 2020 annual conference.

These enhanced methods include the addition of new programs, new learning formats and a strategic MedPro360 initiative in collaboration with the Allied Ophthalmic Professionals committees.

All enhancements aim to support professionals in the changing landscape of clinical, technical and administrative health care, SECO said in a press release.

“It is important that we continue to grow and evolve as an organization to meet the needs of our profession, our doctors and all professionals working in the practice,” SECO International President Max Ernst, OD, said in the release. “We are proud of the caliber of education offered annually at SECO and we believe this next step will be instrumental in helping drive practices to the next level.”

Highlights of the program include the use of 3D technology in the classroom, MedPro360 practice management courses to deliver intelligence and strategy resources, advanced learning courses developed to teach best staff practices for patient care and a Specs Buyer’s Certificate Program created to drive profitable business decisions.

Primary Care Optometry News/Healio is the official media partner of MedPro360.

SECO 20/20 will launch new and diverse methods for idea sharing at its 2020 annual conference.

These enhanced methods include the addition of new programs, new learning formats and a strategic MedPro360 initiative in collaboration with the Allied Ophthalmic Professionals committees.

All enhancements aim to support professionals in the changing landscape of clinical, technical and administrative health care, SECO said in a press release.

“It is important that we continue to grow and evolve as an organization to meet the needs of our profession, our doctors and all professionals working in the practice,” SECO International President Max Ernst, OD, said in the release. “We are proud of the caliber of education offered annually at SECO and we believe this next step will be instrumental in helping drive practices to the next level.”

Highlights of the program include the use of 3D technology in the classroom, MedPro360 practice management courses to deliver intelligence and strategy resources, advanced learning courses developed to teach best staff practices for patient care and a Specs Buyer’s Certificate Program created to drive profitable business decisions.

Primary Care Optometry News/Healio is the official media partner of MedPro360.