October 3, 2019, NASHVILLE, TN – The Ninth Annual Censis Technologies Users Conference (CtUC) took place on September 22nd through the 24th at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn. This year, the Censis Community broke records with over 300 in attendance engaging in hands-on workshops, portfolio-specific breakout sessions, and nightly events. General sessions included keynote speaker, former U.S. Surgeon General, and the first African American woman to hold that post, Dr. M. Joycelyn Elders and Lieutenant General (Retired) Keith M. Huber.
“Year after year, CtUC continues to expand into a must-attend event for our user community,” said Censis CEO, Randy Smith. “With over one-third of first-time attendees joining us this year, we cannot only share the future of Censis’ technologies with them but learn what they need from us to better serve them for years to come.”
The Censis Technologies Users Conference (CtUC) is the largest and longest-running users’ conference in the industry, offering cutting-edge insight from top Sterile Processing and Perioperative experts across the country. Through numerous educational sessions, exciting events, valuable networking opportunities, and more, CtUC is the one event healthcare professionals can’t afford to miss. Information for the Tenth Annual Censis Technologies Users Conference in 2020 will be released within the next few months.
About Censis Technologies
Censis Technologies, based in Franklin, Tennessee, is the leader in surgical instrument and asset management software. Censis offers a range of solutions, including CensiTrac, which is a highly advanced, web-based software system focused on maximizing OR throughput and regulatory compliance. Censis Technologies’ software is deployed in over 1000 hospitals in the United States, Canada, and Australia. For more information, visit dev.censis.com.