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Is Your Practice Providing Balance or Burnout?


Hear from Dr. Mark Tager, Practice Development Expert, as he invites you to join him and Dr. Mimi Guarneri at the upcoming Cardiometabolic Symposium in Newport Beach, CA. At this event, they will provide key strategies to help you plug the leaks in your practice, enhance your presence in your community and attract, retain and grow the types of patients you want to treat.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Dr. Tager will be helping physicians “Improve the Heart of Your Practice” at the A4M 2016 Cardiometabolic Symposium | The Power of Unwritten Prescriptions, Newport Beach, California, April 15-16.


About Mark J. Tager, MD, CEO K.O.L Training Academy

A dynamic and engaging presenter, his clients include healthcare companies in aesthetics, cosmeceuticals, medical devices, pharma, regenerative medicine, biotech and natural products. A veteran of more than 800 presentations, Mark shares his skills and passion to empower those who attend his trainings. He was one of the pioneers in integrative medicine in the late 1970s where he established The Institute of Preventive Medicine in Portland, Oregon and served as Director of Health Promotion for Kaiser Permanente, Oregon. He was the founding VP of Marketing who introduced the Fraxel laser to physicians worldwide, and also served as Chief Marketing Officer of Syneron. Mark has authored nine books, including Total Engagement: The Healthcare Practitioner’s Guide to Heal Yourself, Your Patients and Your Practice (With Mimi Guarneri, MD), The Art of Aesthetic Practice (with Steve Mulholland, MD) and Transforming Stress into Power. Mark attended Duke
University Medical School and trained in family practice at The Oregon Health & Science University.




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