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NAVCP Vision Health Retreat Set for April 20-22

Attendance is open to NAVCP members and sponsors only.




(PRESS RELEASE) WASHINGTON, DC – The National Association of Vision Care Plans announced that it will host its Vision Health Retreat April 20-22, 2020, at the CIVANA Wellness Resort and Spa in Carefree, AZ.

The event, held for the past few years as the Vision Health Summit, will bring together current association members and NAVCP sponsors to participate in facilitated roundtables and a variety of networking activities. This new, retreat format is aimed at identifying opportunities for the association to more fully engage on industry trends currently shaping the managed vision care industry. These include telehealth, treatment and billing coding, and other topics that advance managed vision care industry business practices and improve the patient experience.

“NAVCP is evolving its annual event because our membership wanted to use the time to collaborate on solutions to improve healthcare quality, access to care and the patient experience for our industry.” said Julian Roberts, NAVCP executive director. “NAVCP is very fortunate to have so many of the industry’s leaders as members. We expect this year’s event to be very productive.”

Attendance is open to NAVCP members and sponsors only. The deadline for the early bird registration discount is January 31, 2020. Registration can be completed online at

Organizations interested in 2020 Vision Health Retreat sponsorship or becoming a NAVCP member should contact Amy Seiler, marketing and membership director, at 502-403-1122, ext. 101, or [email protected].




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