Scottsdale, AZ – June 19, 2014 – Valor Global Services and DIRTT Environmental Solutions are hosting an executive-level medical forum directed at healthcare administrators, senior healthcare leaders, IT executive leadership, physicians, nursing administrators and practice managers. This exclusive event is being held Thursday, July 17th, 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at DIRTT Environmental Solutions, 836 E. University Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85034. Registration is available online at http://www.valorglobalservices.com/healthcare-technology-event/. There is no charge to attend, but registration is required. Additional information is available by calling Valor Global Services at 888-825-6748 or emailing email@example.com.
This peer-to-peer forum is the first of a series of networking events for healthcare professionals 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. Shez Partovi, MD, CM, a neurologist, will be leading the keynote address and discussion. As Chief Medical Information Officer and Vice President of Informatics of Dignity Health, Arizona Service Area, Dr. Partovi is the physician informatics executive responsible for more than 60 Dignity Health locations statewide, including Barrow Neurological Institute, St. John’s Hospital, Chandler Regional Medical Center, 30 ambulatory care clinics, a cancer center, 25 imaging facilities, five outpatient surgical centers, five occupational health centers, part-owner of Children’s Hospital, and affiliations with a dozen CVS Minute Clinics.
- Following Dr. Partovi’s opening remarks individuals will be able to participate in roundtable discussions that include:
- What are healthcare organizations investing in today and planning for in the future.
- What new technologies are working and how? What isn’t?
- How will technology shape how healthcare delivers service and directly impacts patient care in the future?
- How does advancement in technologies impact nursing, administration and patient engagement?
About Valor Global
Founded in 2004, Scottsdale-based Valor Global Services is a leader in managed IT solutions and customer care technologies. With more than 900 employees worldwide, Valor Global provides business consulting in the areas of IT Managed Services, data management, contact centers and service desk management, productivity solutions and PCI/HIPAA cloud solutions for industries that include medical, life sciences, pharmaceutical hospitality, utilities, banking, professional services, educational institutions and financial BPOs. For additional information, visit call 1-888-825-6748 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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