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CASI 2017 Health Care Conference in San Francisco, CA

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Be at the forefront of functional medicine by attending the second annual CASI (Clinical and Scientific Insights) conference for health care practitioners on March 17-18, 2017 at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco (California). Offering a unique educational experience packed with the latest insights from the most respected, brightest minds in the industry, this one-of-a-kind event will inspire a new vision and path towards creating a more expansive healthcare system. CASI promises big ideas, compelling thoughts, emerging trends and pure inspiration.

The two-day innovative format ensures that attendees will get the most out of the CASI experience. Day one consists of dynamic, short-form 18-minute talks with speakers previewing what they will cover the following day. Day two, participants will choose one of two tracks where speakers will deliver detailed, didactic presentations with clinically applicable and usable interventions.

What you can expect:

  • Cutting-edge clinical and scientific insights from nine of the most forward-thinking minds
  • Choice of educational tracks, talks and topics that matter to you
  • Special evening events where you can meet with old friends and new, and mingle with attendees and presenters

“This year, we are pleased to announce that Dr. Jeffrey Bland, considered to be the father of functional medicine and a man that has deeply influenced my career, will be delivering the keynote speech,” said David Brady, ND, conference chair and chief medical officer for Designs for Health. “This user-friendly format along with the impressive lineup of speakers makes CASI truly the only healthcare conference of its kind.”

Seating is limited and early registration is encouraged. Hotel discounts are available through February 24th. Continuing education credit will be offered through the University of Bridgeport. Learn more and register now at www.casi2017.com.

CASI 2017 is made possible through its sponsors, Designs for Health and the University of Bridgeport.