Best Care Practices in the Post-Acute & Long-Term Care Continuum 2023 (BCP) will be held Oct. 19-22, 2023, at Rosen Shingle Creek Orlando, 9939 Universal Boulevard, Orlando, Florida 32819. Joint-providership for CMEs is through AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine and FMDA – The Florida Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine and is planned in collaboration with Florida Chapters of GAPNA, NADONA, and FGS. BCP will also feature FMDA’s 32nd Annual Conference.
Due to the success of previous years’ efforts, we are once again offering opportunities for interested organizations to hold non-CME/CPE/CE educational programs in conjunction with this annual program. We expect to host between 150 and 225 physicians, physician assistants, pharmacists, advanced practice nurses, directors of nursing, and other senior health care professionals seeking the latest in clinical and practice-oriented information.
Companies funding program proposals must be exhibitors and/or official supporters of Best Care Practices in the Post-Acute & Long-Term Care Continuum 2023. All external programming intended for attendees of this meeting must be submitted in the form of an application. Please be advised that no outside events can be held at or in conjunction with the conference without prior approval.
Please note that product theater slots are limited and subject to change. For more information on Product Theater availability, please contact Ian Cordes at (561) 681-6321.
Product Theaters — Non-CME/CPE/CE Program Opportunities:
- There are twelve (12) non-CME lunch- and dinner-presentation slots for companies that would like to host registered attendees of this conference.
- The topic for the presentation is yours to choose. The speaker choice is yours. The menu selection is yours, as well.
- We will help you secure a private room at the conference hotel, promote your event to our attendees, facilitate onsite sign-ups, and help make your event successful. However, our efforts are only a supplement to your own marketing plans to aggressively promote your product theater.
- In addition, we will include the following audiovisual equipment, if requested: 1. Laptop, 2. Digital projector, 3. Projection screen, 4. Wired mic.
THURSDAY: There are four (4) total lunch- and dinner-presentation opportunities on the preconference day. There will be only two (2) luncheons available for the 11:50 a.m.-12:50 p.m. time slot, and they will be open to all attendees.
Major CME presentations are already scheduled for Thursday, so the luncheons are a natural fit. Your luncheon will be preceded and/or followed by workshops so you can expect 25-45* practitioners in attendance for each luncheon. The administrative fee, which is payable in advance, is $3,675 per slot or $6,295 for both slots.
There are also two (2) 6:30-7:30 p.m. dinner slots, where you can expect 35-55* practitioners per dinner. The administrative fee, which is payable in advance, is $5,250 per slot, or $8,925 for both slots.
FRIDAY: There are four (4) total lunch- and dinner-presentation opportunities — the first official day of the conference.
You can expect 50-70* practitioners in attendance at each luncheon, which are scheduled from 12 to 1 p.m. and will be open to all attendees. The administrative fee, which is payable in advance, is $7,350 for one or $12,495 for both luncheon slots.
There are also two (2) 7:15-8:15 p.m. dinner slots, where you can expect 35-50* practitioners at each dinner. The administrative fee, which is payable in advance, is $6,825 per slot or $11,595 for both slots.
SATURDAY: There are four (4) total lunch- and dinner-presentation opportunities. You can expect 50-70* practitioners in attendance at each luncheon, which are scheduled from 12 to 1 p.m. and will be open to all attendees. The administrative fee, which is payable in advance, is $7,350 for one or $12,495 for both luncheon slots.
Two (2) dinner programs may be scheduled after the Presidents’ Wine & Cheese Reception, which ends at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 21. This unique opportunity is available only to conference exhibitors or their representatives, and no other dinners will be allowed. You can expect 35-55* participants per dinner. The administrative fee, which is payable to FMDA in advance, is $6,290 per slot or $10,695 for both slots, which run 7:45 to 8:45 p.m.
EXPENSES: In addition to the administrative fee for each slot, the applicant is responsible for all expenses related to food and beverage, audiovisual equipment beyond what is included, and any speaker honorarium and/or speaker travel expenses, etc. If a single slot is selected and the maximum estimated attendance is exceeded by 5% or more, you agree to pay the fee for a double slot.
* These are estimates only. An absolute number of attendees is not guaranteed.
Application Procedures & Slot Assignment
If you have an interest in reserving one or more of these slots, please contact Ian Cordes at (561) 689-6321 as soon as possible, before they are taken. Companies interested in securing one or more of these sessions must complete and return an unaltered application form for each slot they wish to reserve. Applications that have been modified will not be accepted. Completed forms are due no later than Friday, May 12, 2023.
Please fax all completed application forms to (561) 689-6324 or e-mail to email@example.com. Slots will be confirmed after final decisions are made. Upon confirmation, applicants are required to return all documents and fees by the deadlines identified in the confirmation information, or the slot may be awarded to another applicant. Please decide promptly, as we expect that all slots will be quickly filled.
The fee to secure any of the six (6) time slots are shown on the Product Theater Application available linked here. Should your program be approved and assigned a time slot, you will be sent an invoice for the sponsorship fee. Failure to pay the fee by the invoice deadline will result in a reassignment of the time slot (you will still be responsible for the administrative fee). All costs associated with speakers, food, beverage, marketing, and audiovisual equipment (not already included) will be the responsibility of the applicant. It will be expected that the maximum number of attendees will be accommodated.
Please remit your payment at this time, with a completed agreement, and check payable to “FMDA,” or “Best Care Practices.” Or make payment below online and then fax the office a completed agreement to 561-689-6324 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. FMDA is a not-for-profit corporation. Its federal tax identification number is 59-3079300.