The Fall Collaborative Communications Summit to Host Healthcare Technology CEO Panel

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Chief Executives from Allscripts, athenahealth, Eclipsys and Wolters Kluwer Health to discuss the future of healthcare IT

The Fall Collaborative Communications Summit (CCS), being held in Beverly Hills, CA on November 5th-6th, today announced that it will host an industry-unique healthcare technology CEO keynote panel as part of this leading forum for top-level executives, legislators and physicians, regulators and technologists to discuss the ever-changing dynamics of health information technology, policy developing and business models.

The panel discussion is entitled "CEO Power Session" and will showcase four dynamic CEOs from the healthcare technology industry; Glen Tullman of Allscripts, Jonathan Bush of athenahealth, Andrew Eckert of Eclipsys and Jeff McCaulley from Wolters Kluwer Health. The distinguished panel of CEOs will share their own unique perspective on the current state of affairs surrounding the healthcare industry and what the future holds. Moderated by Adam Lashinsky, Senior Writer, for Fortune Magazine, this interactive discussion will provide insight into emerging new business models and what these industry leaders and their companies are doing to revolutionize healthcare.

"There's big business for the taking for the companies that can figure out how to make healthcare information technology a reality. This is still a young industry. This panel will be a window on a dynamic world," Adam Lashinsky, Senior Writer, for Fortune Magazine.

Bringing together leaders from the healthcare industry to address current and future transformation is a critical step in the process of leveraging technology to improve healthcare. Open communication channels and effective knowledge share between IT and healthcare providers are one of the primary goals of the CCS.

"Communication between the numerous stakeholders in healthcare is essential to foster the adoption of HIT. The Collaborative Communications Summit is thrilled to serve as the forum for this first ever gathering of CEO's sharing their vision of health information technology with industry executives," said Waco Hoover, President, CCS.

Sponsors and Partners of the Summit include athenahealth, Alcatel-Lucent, Avanti Patient Flow Services, CareData Solutions Corporation, Cisco, Corporate Research Group, Federal Telemedicine News, FierceHealthcare, FierceHealthIT, GE Healthcare, Healthcare Informatics, MED3000, Microsoft, Modern Healthcare, Vcall, and Wolters Kluwer Health.


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