2015 FADAA Conference Recap!
August 13, 2015, Norfolk, VA –Welligent attended Florida’s Premier Behavioral Health Annual Conference on August 5th and 6th this year in Orlando, Florida. Welligent President, Andy McCraw, and Marketing Coordinator, April Burrows, had a chance to meet with some of our current users and many other substance abuse and behavioral health professionals.
The Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association (FADAA) and the Florida Council for Community Mental Health hosted over 1,200 registrants. The conference was held at the luxurious Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate. Attendees and exhibitors alike were found relaxing in the resort’s lazy river and zooming down the water slide after conference hours.
Welligent’s booth exhibit offered attendees the opportunity to test out our cloud EHR mobile apps on iPhones and iPads! If you aren’t an Apple user, fear not, we have Android apps coming soon! If you didn’t get a chance to interact with our mobile apps at the conference, contact us so we can set up a time to give you a proper demo of our cloud EHR solutions. If you haven’t already, check out our white paper on Mobile Applications in Community-Based Mental Health.
Welligent enjoyed seeing some of our current users at the conference. This year, we were fortunate to have Phoenix House stop by and say, “hi!” We always enjoy visiting with our customers, and truly value their feedback. Our face-to-face interactions with our clients and attendees seeking a new EHR are important to us. Your feedback and input helps Welligent grow and improve our overall service delivery. So thank you for stopping by our booth and speaking to Andy and April!
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