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Healthcare Marketing & Physician Strategies Summit

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Where does the time go? It is nearly April and Lyle Green and I are putting the finishing touches on our presentation for the 2015 Healthcare Marketing & Physician Strategies Summit. This will be part 2 (the rest of the story) of the presentation we delivered at last year’s Summit. The reaction to our presentation last year was overwhelmingly positive with lots of questions and discussion. It was perhaps the best conference presentation that either Lyle or I have been a part of.

This year, the Healthcare Marketing & Physician Strategies Summit takes place at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, April 13-15. The hashtag for the event, for those of you planning to follow along via Twitter, is #HMPS15. I’ll definitely be Tweeting and blogging from the event. The Summit is co-chaired this year by one of my good friends, Chris Boyer, so I know the content should be good.

A number of people I know, like and respect will be presenting at the Summit. As you look through the conference brochure, look for presentations by Ed Bennett, David Marlowe, Chris Boyer, Cynthia Floyd Manley (she is doing a pre-conference strategy session facilitated by another friend of mine, Stephen Moegling), Chris Bevolo, Daniel Fell, Ben Dillon, Brain Whitman, Karen Corrigan, and Suzanne Hendery. This is an amazing collection of thought leaders and quality presenters. Judy Neiman and her team at the Healthcare Strategy Institute have done an incredible job putting together this conference lineup.

I hope to see you at the Summit. My presentation with Lyle Green will be on Tuesday. We are talking about Digital Physician Relations and will share our experience piloting a new program at MD Anderson Cancer Center. We will candidly share our successes and failures! I promise.

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