Symplast Invited as Telehealth Thought Leader for COVID-19 Educational Forum at the 2020 Vegas Cosmetic Surgery Meeting

Symplast has been invited to discuss telehealth in post-COVID aesthetics as part of the Vegas Cosmetic Surgery Q&A Forum on September 8, 2020

Fort Lauderdale, FLSymplast, the #1 mobile EHR/Practice Management software for plastic surgery and medical spas that delivers a HIPAA-secure cloud platform to more than 3,500 aesthetic users across the U.S., has been invited to participate in an educational Q&A forum at the 2020 Vegas Cosmetic Surgery and Aesthetic Dermatology Meeting in Las Vegas on September 8th, 2020. Moderated by renowned plastic surgeon Renato Saltz, MD, meeting attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the power of telehealth in the post-COVID-19 landscape from industry thought leader Symplast. The “Surgery and COVID: Protection – The New Normal” educational session will begin at 11:15am on Wednesday, September 8th.

Symplast will also be exhibiting at the 2020 Vegas Cosmetic Surgery show, which will take place between September 8th – 11th 2020 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Show attendees can visit Symplast Booth #423 to discover first-hand how Symplast can optimize their cosmetic or aesthetic business to thrive in the contactless, post-COVID economy. Attendees of the 2020 Vegas Cosmetic Surgery show can also try out the brand new features included in the Symplast v2.0 product release, including:

  • Advanced KPI Dashboard & Business Intelligence Analytics
  • Medical PRM – Lead Tracking, Monitoring & Follow-Up
  • Memberships/Loyalty Program
  • Full Insurance RCM
  • Canfield Integration
  • Windows & MacOS Desktop Apps
  • Redesigned S.M.A.R.T. Home Screen
  • Happy Birthday Automated Promotions (email & text)

For more information about how to leverage telehealth properly during 2020, or to request a hands-on demo of the powerful new features included in the latest Symplast product update, please visit or say

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