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2nd Healthcare Centers of Excellence Summit

08 Nov 2012 - 09 Nov 2012 - The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers, Boston, MA



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Dear Colleague,

GTC is proud to present the 2nd Healthcare Centers of Excellence Summit – the only event to bring together multiple disciplines at a business & administrative educational and networking event.

Bariatric Centers Executive Leadership Conference 
Neuroscience & Stroke Centers Executive Leadership Conference

Scheduled November 8-9, 2012 in Boston, MA, the Summit offers two distinct tracks. Attendees may register for a single track or for the Summit as a whole and enjoy presentations from both tracks. Each program offers case study presentations and roundtable panel discussions from senior leaders at esteemed healthcare centers across the country. Each session will provide detailed insight into working past the issues facing today’s healthcare providers and excelling at the business of hospital services.

Focusing on individual disciplines allows for in-depth discussions into effective strategies and tactics that are unique to a specific center. Bringing multiple disciplines at one event allows learning and networking from a cross section of the industry and enables attendees to discover what other groups are doing to successful navigate a difficult healthcare business landscape.

Conference Date: Nov 08-09, 2012
Venue
: The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers, Boston, MA
Event Link: http://www.gtcbio.com/component/conference/?file=home&cn=2nd+Healthcare+Centers+of+Excellence+Summit&cid=74



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