AMA Selects Local Physician Recruitment Firm to Present at 2010 International Conference

Overland Park, KS, July 09, 2010 --( The American Medical Association (AMA) has chosen NeoVocatus, a local nationwide physician recruitment firm and division of Horton, Smith & Associates, to speak at the AMA-CMA-BMA International Conference on Physician Health 2010. Their oral presentation, “Strategic Planning for Post-Treatment Re-Entry- Preparing for a New Calling,” will be delivered at the International Conference on October 3-5, 2010 in Chicago, Ill. This year’s conference theme is “Physician Health and Resiliency in the 21st Century.” The lead authors of this piece are Dr. B.N. Parsa, DO, Chief Medical Officer of NeoVocatus and Fredrick Titze Horton, President and CEO of Horton, Smith & Associates and NeoVocatus.

“Being chosen to present at the AMA-CMA-BMA International Conference on Physician Health 2010 is an incredible honor,” Horton said. “This will be an excellent opportunity for our firm to discuss the challenges facing the recovering medical professional as they begin their journey back into the work force.”

The presentation will center on providing the audience with a thorough overview of the issues and challenges confronting physicians who have been displaced from their jobs by their addiction and/or time away for recovery. It will then focus on the approach and empathy that is necessary when dealing with these physicians, as well as the tools and concepts that will ensure the Physician has every possible chance to return to work and thereby regain their career and life.

“NeoVocatus has an exceptional opportunity to share with the audience the issues these physicians are facing at a very critical time in their careers,” said Dr. B.N. Parsa, D.O. and CMO of NeoVocatus.

Oral Presentations delivered at this conference are based on scientific, evidence-based findings. Individual presentations will be followed by time for questions and discussion. Presentations will likely last 20-30 minutes in duration and handouts are typically incorporated.

Horton, Smith & Associates
Dr. B.N. Parsa, DO