CMHC Systems Announces mpower Band to Perform at National Healthcare and Technology Conference.
DUBLIN, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 16, 2004
The National CMHC/MIS User Group (www.cmhcuser.org) and CMHC Systems (www.cmhcsystems.com), a leading provider of information technology and business solutions to the healthcare and human services industries, are pleased to announce The Chandler Wright Story will be performing at their 22nd Annual Conference during the Thursday night dinner gala, April 29, 2004. The Chandler Wright Story has been a member of mpower, musicians for mental health, since the campaign began.
mpower (www.mpoweryouth.org) was launched in 2003 by the National Mental Health Association (NMHA) as a national youth awareness campaign that harnesses the power of music to raise awareness about mental health and substance abuse issues. The campaign works with a diverse selection of artists, recording industry executives, and mental health patrons and youth leaders. Some other mpower artists include Michelle Branch, The Neptunes, Vanessa Carlton, Jackson Browne, and Third Eye Blind.
The Chandler Wright Story (www.cwstory.com) produces a sound has been described as "alternative, jazzy rock with a little twang." The Chandler Wright Story recorded their first album in 2001, "Chapter 1" and recently released the live album, "A Tuesday Night on Thursday," both of which will be available at the conference.
Also performing and presenting at the 22nd Annual Conference, Leo DuFour, comedian, and Dane Wysocki, psychologist and humorist. Leo DuFour hails from Canada and is known for his outrageous comedy show. Dane Wysocki is a nationally recognized public speaker and corporate entertainer; he has developed innovative techniques with clients using humor and magic.
CMHC Systems and its National User Group represent a large percentage of the behavioral health industry and employ over 50,000 clinicians, and even more administrators and IS managers, throughout the country who are integrating technology into their clinical practices and business operations more everyday. This year's conference is expected to attract nearly 1,000 behavioral health and public health professionals from across the country.
For more information about the National CMHC/MIS User Group and attendee registration information, contact Sue Miller at 231.547.7385 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For a free press pass or for more information about CMHC Systems, contact Karen Chrestay at 614.764.0143 or via email at email@example.com. For information about exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities, contact Joni Carey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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