SAN ANTONIO, Texas, November 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
On the 10th to the 12th of December 2012, 75 of the region's most influential healthcare provider executives will convene at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa, San Antonio, Texas, for the eleventh annual Next Generation Healthcare US summit (NG Healthcare US11).
Designed specifically with the C-level decision-maker in mind, the summit is tailored to ensure maximum ROI over the two-and-a-half-days. The event is structured to make use of every minute - networking opportunities are maximized through a series of vibrant mediums, including roundtable discussions, peer-led panel discussions, closed door meetings and more casual working lunches, gala dinners and drinks receptions. Once common goals have been established, attendees will be given the opportunity to attend intimate one-on-one meetings.
This year's summit will be addressing a range of key pain points and other emerging issues faced by decision makers in the sector. With a cutting edge program that has been shaped by GDS International's advisory board, key topics scheduled for discussion at the upcoming event include: Big Data, EMR/EHR, mHealth, ICD-10, Accountable Care and Meaningful Use, to name but a few.
As with previous years, the NG Healthcare event will be attended by a selection of core players from the telecom space, including Philip Smith, CMIO for Adventist Health System; Alan Coltri, Chief Systems Architect for Johns Hopkins Medicine; John Mattison, CMIO for Kaiser Permanente; Warren Beck, SVP Finance for Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Chis Jaeger, CMIO for Sutter Health; Susan Huerta, Chief Quality Officer for the University Of Virginia Health System; Edward Glynn, CMIO for HCA; and Mark Moroses, CIO for Continuum Health Partners. There will also be a dynamic collection of sponsors at the event, with some of the most well
|SOURCE GDS International|
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