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Registration Opens for Attendees and Exhibitors for Virtual HE-Xpo Health Economics and Outcomes Research Conference, Sponsored by HealthEconomics.Com
Date:8/21/2013

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL (PRWEB) August 21, 2013

HE-Xpo, the first virtual conference and tradeshow for both attendees and exhibitors involved in health outcomes, healthcare market access, pricing, reimbursement, and health information technology, is now open for free pre-registration for the HE-Xpo Grand Opening, September 19th, 2013. Registration is required to participate in HE-Xpo but will remain free for all attendees.

Sponsored and marketed by HealthEconomics.Com, the global leader on healthcare value and market access, the HE-Xpo Grand Opening Launch Conference for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry will be held from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm eastern time on September 19th. Attendees who pre-register to this inaugural event and all future virtual conferences can participate from their computer, smart phone, or tablet.

HE-Xpo employs cutting-edge technology, allowing interactive engagement in timely and informative conference events and webinars from industry leaders every hour. Topics for the September 19th Grand Opening Launch will include pharmaceutical pricing and reimbursement, comparative effectiveness research, healthcare payer marketing, patient reported outcomes, and pharmaceutical market access. Additional learning tools will also be available, including industry white papers, slide presentations, networking opportunities, free gifts, exhibit hall, and more.

A recent survey conducted by HealthEconomics.Com found 83% of respondents working within the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries reported their employers had reduced travel to live conferences, educational events, and other learn
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