Yesterday I received a reminder email that speaker submissions for the Physician Strategies Summit are due by August 31, 2012 (that’s the extended deadline). If you’re not familiar with this conference, the Physician Strategies Summit (11th Annual) is an opportunity for senior executives actively involved in the design and implementation of physician strategies to share their success stories and best practices with their colleagues. Over the years I’ve spoken at a number of conferences produced by the Forum for Healthcare Strategists, and they are always extremely well done. In the spirit of full disclosure, I am a member of the Forum.
For the 2013 conference, more than 225 senior level healthcare executives are expected to attend. The target group for the conference includes CEOs/COOs, physician leaders, physician relations directors, sales executives, business development executives, marketing executives, and other senior strategists from hospitals, health systems, and physician practices.
This year’s Physician Strategies Summit takes place February 25-16 at the JW Marriott Grande Lakes in Orlando. It is a terrific facility and a great location for an event like this.
Deadline Date for Submissions
The deadline for submissions is Friday, August 31, 2012. Accepted presenters will be notified via e-mail by late October, 2012. Note: Conference faculty will receive a complimentary conference registration (a $995 value), senior-level industry recognition, and other opportunities for added exposure, such as possible inclusion in the Healthcare Strategy Alert newsletter. Click here to download the Call for Speakers.
The Forum for Healthcare Strategists is a professional membership organization formed by a distinguished group of senior healthcare strategists seeking an opportunity to collectively examine current and future strategies for the delivery of healthcare. A leader in educational programming, the Forum continuously monitors today’s critical issues and examines the strategies vital to the success of healthcare organizations.