“We are extremely pleased to welcome Mr. Singleton and Mr. Magenheimer to the program,” said Megan Castilla, executive director, World Health Care Congress
Woburn, MA (PRWEB) December 04, 2013
The 11th Annual World Health Care Congress, April 7-9, 2014 in Washington, D.C., is pleased to announce J. Knox Singleton, CEO of Inova Health System, will be a featured keynote presenter and address how partnerships and collaborations are driving the health care business model forward.
Inova is among the nation’s most integrated and most wired health care delivery systems, and is one of the largest in the Washington, D.C. region. Through Mr. Singleton’s stewardship for the past 25 years, Inova has pursued its not-for-profit mission of providing world-class healthcare to all members of its diverse community, regardless of ability to pay.
Specifically, Mr. Singleton’s panel will:
- Examine the strategic thinking behind partnerships and collaborations, including how leaders from all sectors of health care are positioning initiatives for optimal uptake and success.
- Understand current efforts between sectors to support the move toward value and quality.
The health care veteran will be joined on the panel by Victor Dzau, MD, president and CEO of Duke University Medical Center and Health System.
What: The 11th Annual World Health Care Congress
When: April 7-9, 2014
Where: Washington, D.C. (National Harbor, Maryland)
Program Agenda: http://www.worldhealthcarecongress.com
The World Health Care Congress is also pleased to welcome Inova Chief Financial Officer Richard Magenheimer to the program. He will address “Living the Goals of the Triple Aim: Innovative Strategies and New Initiatives to Achieve Long-Term, Sustainable Costs Savings” as part of the Hospital and Health System Summit. Mr. Magenheimer joined Inova in 1987 as Vice President, Financial Operations and has served as CFO since 1992.
In addition to his keynote presentation, Mr. Singleton will be signing copies of his book, “Sustainability for Healthcare Management: A Leadership Imperative.”
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Mr. Singleton and Mr. Magenheimer to the program,” said Megan Castilla, executive director, World Health Care Congress. “Inova is among the most innovative health systems in the country and Mr. Singleton and Mr. Magenheimer’s longtime vision and leadership is key to the organization’s success in driving new initiatives that dramatically improve care quality while lowering costs. We are very much looking forward to hearing them share their experiences and insights with our high-level audience.”
About the World Health Care Congress
Produced by leading national health care conference organizer World Congress, the 11th Annual World Health Care Congress will convene decision makers from all sectors of health care with the shared goal of improving quality, outcomes, and access while reducing costs. The nation's leading organizations rely on WHCC as their annual meeting place for the discussions, collaborations, and strategies that catalyze change in the health care industry. In addition to dynamic keynote presentations, WHCC features several programming tracks that address specific industry sectors, including: health plans and payers, hospitals and health systems, health information technology, and employers.
Inova is a not-for-profit healthcare system located in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, serving over two million people with over 1,700 licensed beds based in Northern Virginia. Inova consists of five hospitals including the area’s only Level 1 Trauma Center and Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care unit. Inova encompasses many health services including the nationally and internationally recognized Inova Heart and Vascular Institute (IHVI), Inova Translational Medicine Institute (ITMI) on genomics, Inova Neuroscience Institute and Inova Children’s Hospital. Inova’s mission is to improve the health of the diverse community it serves through excellence in patient care, education and research. More information and statistics about Inova at http://www.inova.org.