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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 ( 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 From there you can download a conference brochure and access other conference details.

Post by Dan Dunlop, The Healthcare Marketer

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