WASHINGTON, March 12 The 7th World Health Care Congress, a gathering of 1,800 senior executives from all industry sectors, is pleased to announce U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to keynote on April 12, 2010 in Washington, D.C.
Secretary Sebelius will be joined by Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Elmendorf. The address will focus on the Obama administration's health reform agenda.
WHAT: HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius keynote address at World Health Care Congress
WHEN: Monday, April 12, 2010, 8 a.m.
WHERE: Washington D.C., (The Gaylord National Resort, National Harbor, Maryland)
PROGRAM AGENDA: www.worldhealthcarecongress.com
MEDIA REGISTRATION: http://www.worldcongress.com/news/media.cfm?confCode=HR10000&categoryID=media
"We are honored to welcome Secretary Sebelius to the World Health Care Congress," said Nicole Garratt, President of the World Health Care Congress. "Our delegation of senior executives is eager to hear from the Secretary and Director Elmendorf to understand the future direction for health reform which will allow health care executives initiate plans for a new era."
The World Health Care Congress, which will run April 11-14, will feature 200 speakers, including:
The conference will feature invitational Summits for providers, health insurers, employers, international health leaders and pharma and biotech.
About the 7th Annual World Health Care Congress
The 7th Annual World Health Care Congress is the most prestigious meeting of chief and senior executives from all sectors of health care. The 2010 conference will convene over 1,800 CEOs, senior executives and government officials from the nation's largest employers, hospitals, health systems, health plans, pharmaceutical and biotech companies, and leading government agency policy makers.
-- William C. Weldon, Chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson -- Ron Williams, CEO of Aetna -- David M. Cordani, President and CEO of CIGNA Corporation -- Douglas W. Elmendorf, Director of Congressional Budget Office -- Clayton Christensen, Harvard Business School -- George Halvorson, Chairman and CEO, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals -- Professor Muhammad Yunus, Founder, Grameen Bank and Grameen Health
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