The forum’s purpose is to inspire new, creative, and more effective healthcare for businesses, organizations, and communities.
Ft Lauderdale, Florida. June 22, 2016. The Minority Chamber of Commerce announces the premier regional Health & Science Forum 2016 with the participation of top leaders in the private sector for Healthcare Industry. The Forum will be hosted by the Chamber, presenting a variety of health care experts who will share their knowledge, innovations, success and lessons learned. The theme of the Forum will be from Health Research to Business Development.
The forum takes place on July 21, 2016 at the world class facility Seminole Hard Rock Café in Hollywood, Fl. from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM will bring together the leading figures in regional healthcare insurance including corporate executives, regulators, healthcare providers, minority business owns and technology/solutions providers. Attendees will benefit from a variety of opportunities to share and explore new ways to advance and enhance business development, marketing, physician services, and other emerging healthcare delivery.
Thursday, July 21, 2016
9:00am: Registration and Coffee
9:10am: Opening remarks from the Chair, Doug Mayorga –President of the Minority Chamber of Commerce
9:15am: Healthcare Insurance: Navigating the changing landscape across Marketplace Trend
10:30am: Change the Face of Healthcare: Innovation and Care
11:30am: Morning refreshments and networking
12:00pm: General Session Lunch: Challenges in Healthcare Private Insurance
1:15pm: Forum: Public vs Private Partnerships: collaboration as a way of gaining efficiency
1:45pm: Healthcare Insurance Roundtables/ Tax Advance for Employers
2:15pm: Closing remarks from the Counsel of Minority Chamber, Mr. Paul Lester .
About the 2016 Forum: This is the largest and most diverse network of stakeholders and minority leaders from the Healthcare Industry who are interested in health care policy and new developments and includes representatives from corporate executives, employers, advocacy groups, health care organizations, public health, minority businesses, providers, hospitals and medical centers, insurers, and government entities. Official Agenda will be ready on June 30, 2016.
About the Minority Chamber of Commerce: We are an independent, membership-driven nationwide organization. The purpose of the MCC is to promote, facilitate resources, programs, and strive to provide its members with information that is current and important in making critical decisions. MCC continuously identifies the most-timely topics in our ever-changing, insurance-health services and invites business executives and professionals with first-hand experience to address these topics from a different perspective. MCC’s mission is to develop innovative changes in the health care system in South Florida through the engagement of stakeholders across our business and professional network.
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