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COVID-19 Update: 8/23/21


We are looking forward to seeing you at the PPS Annual Conference, November 9-13, 2021, in Dallas, Texas.  So many of our members and attendees are eager to once again convene with fellow practice owners to connect and learn from one another!  

PPS is actively monitoring the United States’ COVID status and we are making every effort to host an in-person event guided by the best available information on how to protect our members’ health, safety, and welfare. As we have all experienced, CDC guidance and local and national requirements continue to evolve, so at this time we cannot give direction on exactly what requirements may be needed in November. 

All participants will be provided a notice of event expectations regarding masking and other safety measures and precautions about 30 days before the conference.  All attendees are required to follow the guidelines set forth by PPS, by the host hotel, and by state and local governments. 

We look forward to gathering with you in November, and we are relying on attendees to help ensure our professional values of health and safety are implemented at the highest level.  Registration for the conference is robust, far out-pacing registration from the 2019 annual meeting (our last in person conference), so we know that our members, too, are excited to be together.  If you’re planning to join us, be sure to make your hotel reservation now before the hotel block sells out!

Pre-Meeting Guidance

  • Attendees should closely monitor all travel alerts issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
  • Attendees are encouraged to monitor the CDC website for additional information.
  • Attendees should check their individual airlines for specific cancellation / refund policies. PPS will not be responsible for any airline cancellation or change fees should you be unable to attend for any reason.
  • All attendees should check themselves for symptoms before starting travel.

Hotel

Learn more about the hotel safety precautions here.