As the founder and managing director of the Center for Healthcare Management I am excited to announce our next Forum “Strategy in times of change” on September 12-14, 2018 at the Columbia University Global Center in Paris.
Now in its 7th year the Center’s Forum brings together global decision-makers in an intimate setting. Previous participants rave about the interactive, content-rich and personal experience: https://goo.gl/t3f4H7
After Hamburg, Washington DC (in collaboration with Kaiser Permanente), Berlin (sponsored by the Bosch Foundation and further multinationals), and Paris we return to Columbia University’s Global Center.). The Forum will deal with the following topics:
In addition, we will feature the following pre-conference hot topics:
- Migration effects on global healthcare systems
- “Emotional” politics and consequences on global health policy
You can read about our past forums and learn more about what global thought leaders who attended think about our style of conferencing.
Executives are invited personally and represent all stakeholder perspectives. The total number of participants is limited to ensure effective networking and matchmaking opportunities in a confidential setting. About 50% of participants join us from the United States, 40% from Europe and about 10% from Asia and the Middle East.
This year we are excited to welcome ALLIANZ private health insurance as a new gold sponsor of the Forum; Medimpact, a leading pharmaceutical benefits provider in the United States, as a new silver sponsor and Morgan Consulting Resources as a new bronze sponsor.
Partners of our Forum have been among others (in random order):
If you wish to become a partner of the next Forum please inquire regarding sponsoring opportunities at email@example.com.You may contact us directly at info@centerforhealthcaremana to apply for registration. Attend the 7th Forum with your organization to identify new trends and incorporate them into future products and strategies necessary for success in a market of shifting US and EU priorities.
More on the 7th Forum follows soon – stay tuned @HCMatColumbia!