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Verizon Health Care Experts to Address 2009 Connected Health Symposium in Boston on Oct. 21
Date:10/20/2009

BOSTON, Oct. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Executives from the Verizon Connected Healthcare Solutions practice group will address the accelerated adoption of interoperability standards and how digital health trends can positively impact both patients and health care providers at the 2009 Connected Health Symposium on Wednesday (Oct. 21).

WHERE:

                         2009 Connected Health Symposium
                         Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers
                         64 Arlington St.
                         Boston

WHO:

                         Rajeev Kapoor, global managing director; Verizon
                         special sponsored session, "Accelerating
                         Interoperability in Healthcare"
                         Wednesday (Oct. 21) at 9:35 a.m. EDT

                         Dr. Peter Tippett, vice president; Verizon panel
                         discussion, "Analyzing Digital Health" and "Changing
                         Roles for Patients and Providers"
                         Wednesday (Oct. 21) at 5:30 p.m. EDT

BACKGROUND: A division of Partners HealthCare and affiliated with Harvard Medical School's largest teaching hospitals, the sponsor of this event - Center for Connected Health - is creating new care models as health care moves outside the hospital and clinic and into day-to-day life. The Center is empowering people and enabling them to manage chronic conditions, maintain health and wellness and age independently. Guided by a relentless focus on what works and what does not, the Center aims to change the way doctors and nurses deliver services even as it also expands the ability of patients to manage their own health. The Center focuses on a wide range of topics, including remote patient care, remote clinical consultations, distance education, sponsored research and advisory services. Find more information at

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