Decimated by New Government Travel Rules, a Medical Meeting Starts its Comeback

Decimated by New Government Travel Rules, a Medical Meeting Starts its Comeback

Our exclusive interview takes you behind the scenes as one meeting planner works to adapt his organization’s meeting in the aftermath of a crackdown on government employee travel

John Class plans an annual meeting that delivers continuing education credits to medical professionals employed by the United States Government. It’s never been a boondoggle. Still, he’s been suffering the consequences of another meeting, widely seen as a boondoggle, that caused the White House to call for cuts in federal employee travel and attendance at conferences. These new guidelines forced Class, the deputy executive director of AMSUS: The Society of Federal Health Professionals, to

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