BOSTON, Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The Center for the Internet & Digital Medicine (CIDM) and World Congress are pleased to announce that Eleanor Herriman, MD, MBA, will chair a panel on Business Models for Online Provider Networks -- The Clinical Experience Asset at the 3rd Annual World Healthcare Innovation and Technology Congress (WHIT 3.0) in Washington, DC, on Monday, December 10, 2007 from 2 to 3 pm.
CIDM develops and deploys knowledge services that leverage and focus the potential of the Next Generation Internet (NGI) for the healthcare sector. CIDM also hosts an event series that assembles New England's leading healthcare thought leaders and executives to explore the intersection of the Internet and medicine. World Congress is the leading producer of global healthcare forums that convene CEOs and senior executives from all segments of the healthcare industry.
Dr. Herriman serves as the Chief Science Officer of Informed Clinical Sciences Corp., the parent company of CIDM. She is honored to share the panel with Dan Palestrant, MD, CEO of Sermo, Inc., and other industry leaders.
"The CIDM is pleased to collaborate with organizations such as the World Congress as we all seek to produce premier events that not only allow participation of industry thought leaders but also provide meaningful content, context, and topics," said Luis Barros, Executive Director of CIDM.
The panel will discuss the emerging, web-based landscape of clinician communities and experience networks.
"We are extremely pleased to welcome Dr. Herriman and CIDM to the program," said Julia Douhart, Executive Director of the World Healthcare Information and Technology Congress. "She brings with her a tremendous amount of knowledge and insight regarding online provider networks and how they are utilizing technology to improve the delivery of healthcare."
Held from December 9 to 11, 2007 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in
Washington, DC, WHIT 3.0 brings together
|SOURCE The Center for the Internet & Digital Medicine|
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