Massachusetts Orthopedic Association Annual Meeting

Join PRL at the Massachusetts Orthopedic Association Annual Meeting on October 5

We are really looking forward to the MOA annual meeting next week in Quincy. PRL has had a specialty focus in Orthopedics since our founding 37 years ago in 1984. Many of our clients are orthopedic specialists located in the greater Boston area. In fact, five of our orthopedic physician clients will be presenting during the annual meeting.

Be sure to check the official MOA agenda for additional information. 

MOA is also the first public appearance we are making as PRL. Earlier this month, we reintroduced our company as PRL, complete with a new look and a new website. The one thing that hasn’t changed is our delivery of superior RevCycle services to providers and practitioners, including many in Orthopedics. You will also have a chance to hear from our orthopedic clients about why they continue to choose PRL as their trusted RevCycle partner and why they gave us our highest net promoter score ever.

Please let us know if you will be attending MOA next week and don’t forget to register! The event is being held on Tuesday, October 5, 2021, from 12 pm to 6 pm at the Granite Links Golf Course in Quincy, MA. If you want to connect with us and learn more about everything happening at PRL, please contact Neal Ratto. We hope to see you in Quincy next week!

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