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Upcoming: Hospital & Physician Relations Conference

Picture 87This year is getting away from me. I can’t believe we are already well into August. That reminds me that the Hospital & Physician Relations Conference (Executive Summit) is rapidly approaching.  The conference is produced by the Forum for Healthcare Strategists (www.healthcarestrategy.com). I’ve attended and spoken at several of their conference, and have always found them to be of great value. This conference examines the development of a comprehensive strategy for successful hospital/physician relationships – something we can all appreciate and benefit from.

The Hospital & Physician Relations Executive Summit takes place October 18-20, 2009 at the Westin Chicago River North. Here’s what the conference brochure has to say about the gathering:

“This conference will examine these issues and more, with a focus on leadership challenges. We have assembled a knowledgeable faculty with practical, in-depth experience in the development, implementation, and operation of sound physician collaboration and leadership strategies. Your peers and colleagues will be presenting practical case studies and thought-provoking general sessions to help you explore strategies and tactics for successful hospital and physician relations.”

One featured speaker I highly recommend seeing is Paul Keckley of the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions. He will speak to the topic of health reform. Take a moment and check out the details of the conference online at http://www.healthcarestrategy.com/conferences/2009/HPR2009.asp. From there you can download a conference brochure and access other conference details.

Post by Dan Dunlop, The Healthcare Marketer

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