With the vast changes in the healthcare field – combined with the breakneck pace of new technology being developed – it’s enough to make even the most seasoned leaders in the healthcare industry dizzy. However, the intersection of healthcare evolution and technology advancement presents an unprecedented opportunity to change the face of patient care as we know it.
Valor Global and DIRTT Environmental Solutions are hosting the first in a series of executive-level healthcare technology forums directed to healthcare administrators, senior healthcare leaders, IT executive leadership, physicians, nursing administrators and practice managers. This series of networking events is designed to provide an open exchange on how emerging technologies are transforming service delivery within the healthcare industry, most importantly in regard to patient care, telemedicine, electronic health records and other technology-related issues affecting the workplace.
Wed, July 17, 2014 | 5-7:30 p.m.
Healthcare Technology Forum | Dr. Shez Partovi, Dignity Health
DIRTT Environmental Solutions | 836 E. University Drive | Phoenix, AZ 85034
R.S.V.P. at http://www.valorglobalservices.com/healthcare-technology-event/.
There is no charge to attend, but registration is required.
On Thursday, July 17, Dr. Shez Partovi, Chief Medical Information Officer for Dignity Health, will kick off the series by leading the keynote address and discussion. Our hope is to begin an important conversation to connect revolutionary technology strategies and tactics with industry thought leaders to improve the lives of patients and providers alike. We believe this new ‘healthcare technology think tank’ will be a positive force for change.
I hope you can be part of this unique opportunity to collaborate with your peers to begin a new dialogue that can spark change and inspire the next generation of healthcare leaders. If you are interested in attending, you can register online or contact Valor Global Services at 888-825-6748 or email@example.com.
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