We have partnered with World Health Care Congress and would like to let you know of their 4th Annual World Healthcare Innovation and Technology Congress (WHIT v.4.0) taking place December 8-10, 2008 in Washington, D.C. We plan on attending and hope to meet some of our readers there.
The Congress brings together more than 400 provider, payer, policy and technology executives to address the pressing issue of successfully leveraging information technology to improve the efficiency, accuracy and effectiveness of our healthcare system. WHIT v.4.0 is renowned as one of the healthcare industry’s leading innovation and technology events.
Some of the speakers presenting at the conference:
-Newt Gingrich: Former Speaker, U.S. House of Representatives, Founder of Center for Health Transformation
-Peter Neupert: Corporate Vice President, Health Solutions Group, Microsoft Corporation
-Jim Carroll, Masters of Business Imagination (MBI): Leading International Futurist, Trends & Innovation Expert, Columnist, and Author, “Ready, Set, Done: How to Innovate When Faster is the New Fast”
As a subscriber to Medgadget, please enjoy a $300.00 savings with code ASY497, when you register by Friday, August 15, 2008*.
At a time when adoption has been slow and the results mixed, the industry continues to struggle with the conundrum of technology deployment, process improvement, implementation delays and cultural roadblocks. Join us at WHIT v.4.0 to become more skilled at integrating technology within real world constraints, seeking out the right information in the right context, and increasing your organization’s capacity for change. You do not want to miss this opportunity.
Please visit www.whitcongress.com to find out more about the event or to register.
Also if you are interested in a sponsorship or exhibiting opportunity, please contact:
Executive Vice President, Business Development
Educational Underwriter: American Well | Availity | Consumer Aware | ICA Informatics
Executive Networking Exhibitor Booths: RxEOB / Social Security
Media Partner: The Wall Street Journal
Official Publication: Health Data Management
*Excludes government rate