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Health Care Innovations and Opportunities Attract Attendees from 40 Countries and Delegations from 12 to 6th Annual World Health Care Congress
Date:3/31/2009

China, India, Israel, many more to attend global event for health care leaders in businesses, government, April 14-16, 2009, Washington, D.C.

WASHINGTON, March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- The 6th Annual World Health Care Congress, April 14-16, Washington, D.C., is pleased to announce several foreign delegations will join the premier three-day summit to meet with top health leaders from the United States and colleagues from around the globe.

The delegations will represent the spectrum of foreign health care leaders, from health ministries to hospitals, medical research facilities, pharmaceuticals and media outlets. This year's congress will feature delegations from: China, India, Israel, Romania, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Sweden, South Africa, Poland, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Denmark, Canada, and Nigeria. Representatives from dozens of other countries are also registered.

A 12-person delegation of senior health leaders from Bangladesh will be led by 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner Professor Yunus from the Grameen Bank, who will be speaking at the conference regarding the Grameen Health initiative.

Countries such as China also will be represented with pavilions that highlight companies that are shaping the future of health care delivery in their home countries.

"The World Health Care Congress is a truly international event, and our international participation continues to grow," said Nicole Garratt, World Health Care Congress president and director. "We strongly encourage everyone to join the global discussion concerning health care. It's exciting to see one conference connect all points on the globe through health care thought leadership and new business opportunities."

As one of its features, the 6th Annual World Health Care Congress will offer a roster of foreign speakers for a two-day International Health Summit, with topics including:

  • Game changing innovations in developing countries that improve the cost and quality of care
  • Global health's major killers and new medical research efforts
  • Advancing the EMR - UK's lessons learned to improve physician compliance and quality
  • International partnerships for health care delivery innovation
  • Lessons learned from global hospital and health system shared experiences and best practices
  • Responses to world public health challenges

About the World Health Care Congress

The 6th Annual World Health Care Congress is the most prestigious meeting of chief and senior executives from all sectors of health care. The 2009 conference will convene over 1,700 CEOs, senior executives and government officials from the nation's largest employers, hospitals, health systems, health plans, pharmaceutical and biotech companies, and leading government agency policy makers. For more information visit www.worldhealthcarecongress.com

    CONTACT: Patrick Golden 
    Director of Communications
    781.939.2511
    Patrick.golden@worldcongress.com


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