Health Care Executives Ponder Reform at Baltimore Conference
BALTIMORE, June 10 Dr. Sanford J. Siegel, president and CEO of Chesapeake Urology Associates, Maryland, was a featured panelist at the 2010 Health Care Conference for health care community executives, held at the BWI Marriott in Baltimore on June 7, 2010.
Hospital and health care executives and those from supporting organizations like accounting and law firms heard discussion on emerging health care models and approaches toward the delivery of quality, cost-effective and accessible services in Maryland's unique regulatory and reimbursement environment with the collaboration of payers, providers and government. An address by keynote speaker Chet Burrell, president and CEO of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, preceded the panel discussion. The panel included Siegel and Burrell, as well as John M. Colmers, secretary of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and Carmela Coyle, CEO of the Maryland Hospital Association.
The conference was co-sponsored by BB&T, OBER/KALER, Ellin & Tucker, and McBee Associates.
Chesapeake Urology Associates (CUA) is the largest urology practice in Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic Region. CUA urologists deliver the most innovative and compassionate urology care available to men, women and children. Composed of 48 of the mid-Atlantic region's top urologists, including many who are fellowship trained, 4 radiation oncologists, and a urologic pathologist, Chesapeake Urology provides the convenience of 16 urology centers and 14 surgical centers throughout the Greater Baltimore, Maryland area. Experienced, board-certified urologists use advanced treatments to manage all types of urological conditions including bladder, kidney and prostate diseases and cancers, erectile dysfunction, enlarged prostate (BPH), male fertility and sexuality, vasectomy reversal, kidney stones and urinary incontinence.
For information on Chesapeake Urology, please visit http://www.ChesapeakeUrology.com.
SOURCE Chesapeake Urology Associates
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