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Those with careers in healthcare administration know there is always more work than hours in the day. It's easy to feel overscheduled and constantly short on time. But sometimes, the best thing you can do is to make time for another meeting ... particularly the ones geared to helping you work more efficiently and keeping you compliant. A monthly investment of a couple of hours can pay big dividends throughout the year.

The Nashville Medical Group Management Association focuses on improving the effectiveness of medical group practices through education and skills development for practice managers. NMGMA meets the second Tuesday of each month from 11:30 am-1 pm. The new meeting location for 2018 is at Saint Thomas West Hospital at 4220 Harding Road. From the free visitor parking in the Seton Garage, take the elevator to the D level and enter the hospital via the skywalk. Turn right into the hall marked "Conference Rooms." To register, go to nmgma.com.

Upcoming Topics: Tuesday, Jan. 9, "Coaching through Change" by Melanie Adams, executive director with the Center for Executive Education at Belmont University; Tuesday, Feb. 13, "Best Practices of the Hiring Process" by James Fields, owner and president of Concept Technology.

Interested in learning more? Practice managers can email NMGMA President Joy Testa at joytesta@bellsouth.net to register for their first NMGMA meeting as a guest.

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