The Center’s 6th Forum: Welcoming Mount Sinai Health System New York as a new partner and sponsor of the Paris Forum

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We are excited that Mount Sinai Health Network New York has become a partner and sponsor of the Center’s 6th Forum: “Worldwide expert meeting on challenges to market access, strategic development and life sciences partnerships” to be held April 24/25, 2017 at the Columbia Global Center in Paris, France. Arthur Klein, President, will be joining us and share insights into health policy and new strategic directions of a leading healthcare provider. We will also have the pleasure to learn from Simeon Schwartz, a global healthcare entrepreneur and CEO at Optum Practice Partners, New York, who is in the process of bringing his business model to the United Kingdom. For a sneak preview and to learn more about our Forums check out what former participants say: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fhcfbSPPmY. Please see the featured faculty and agenda for further updates & additions.

The Forum is by invitation only and specifically designed to allow participants to exchange ideas and explore collaborative efforts in a confidential setting. Market access and product bundling are facing reimbursement challenges in all markets with changing payment mechanisms, regulations and the impact of new governments and economics. Attend the 6th Forum to identify new trends and incorporate them into future products and strategies necessary for success in a market of shifting US and EU priorities.

Space is limited – if you would like to apply for participation please email us at info@centerforhealthcaremanagement.org. Early-bird registration for onsite attendance including taxes, meals & materials is € 595 until March 31, 2017. If you or your organization would like to become a partner of the Forum we gladly discuss tailor-made sponsoring opportunities as well. Please contact Prof. Janus directly at janus@centerforhealthcaremanagement.org.

More on the 6th Forum follows soon – stay tuned @HCMatColumbia!

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