20th Annual Health Care Forecast Conference
February 24-25, 2011
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Over the past 19 years, the annual Health Care Forecast Conference became a leading national forum for discussing the economics and politics of healthcare. Each conference includes an economic forecast for the healthcare industry, a federal budget outlook, updates on state healthcare issues, and the latest industry trends, giving participants a broader and deeper understanding of the forces that affect the way health care is delivered in this country. This highly respected event provides knowledge and insights to leaders in the private and public healthcare sectors who are grappling with complex problems during an era of unprecedented change.
Leading authorities and prominent keynote speakers such as Norman J. Ornstein, PhD, television commentator and Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, address important issues facing business and government. Ornstein’s recent address focused on health politics and policies in a new Administration.
2010 is an election year, and is as well the year which might see health care reform legislation passed and signed into law. The impact of health care reform, impacting 16% of the U.S. economy, will be discussed at length by industry insiders, as well as by Dr. Ornstein, whose Keynote Address will provide insight from an inside-the-beltway perspective.
In addition to policy-related issues, the conference also addressed the impact of new technologies that are transforming healthcare delivery and the competitive forces in the marketplace that influence business strategies of hospitals and insurance companies.
Timely issues are the focus of candid dialogue among conference attendees, which include physicians, nurses, top executives from provider and insurer organizations, as well as pharmaceutical, medical device, biotech, and other healthcare firm employees, and government officials.
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For additional information, please contact Margaret Wong at 949.824.8474, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.