Healthcare Unbound in Seattle, WA June 22-23

June 22-23, 2009, Seattle Airport Marriott, Seattle, WA

Register at: http://www.tcbi.org/index.php?conference=hu2009

This year's Healthcare Unbound Conference will again feature an Aging Services educational track developed in conjunction with the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA) and the Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST).

The conference has become both a premier educational forum and a great networking event, attracting hundreds of high-level executives, IT staff and clinicians from across the US and abroad. Key topics to be covered in this year’s program include: the impact of the economic stimulus package, regulatory and reimbursement issues, payer and provider perspectives, the emerging role of wireless technologies, the medical home model and its technology implications, social media, games forhealth, strategies for success for telehealth service providers and much more.In addition to dramatically changing traditional healthcare delivery, “Healthcare Unbound” attracts a range of companies that previously have not been deeply involved in healthcare – including consumer electronics, telecom and information technology companies.

No other event brings together the diversity of perspectives that the Healthcare Unbound Conference & Exhibition does, providing unmatched networking opportunities with the “who’s who” of this emerging field.

The target audience includes:

  • Health Plans (including Consumer-Driven Health Plans) and Employers
  • Healthcare Providers, Including: Hospitals, Integrated Delivery Networks, Medical Groups, Home Care Agencies, AssistedLiving Facilities, Retirement Communities, Long-term Care Facilities, Postacute Care Facilities, Hospices, DiseaseManagement Companies, Call Centers and Public Health/Preventive Medicine Companies
  • Medical Device, Remote Monitoring, Telehealth, eHealth and Social Media Companies
  • Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Diagnostics Companies and Contract Research Organizations (CROs)
  • Healthcare Information Technology Companies
  • Consumer Technology Companies, Including: Consumer Electronics, Telecom, Wireless, Information and Communication Technology Companies as well as Their Partners and Suppliers
  • Government Officials
  • Security Analysts, Investment Bankers, Venture Capitalists, Angel Investors
  • Home Builders

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