Global Health Care Expansion Congress

Global Health Care Expansion Congress4th-5th December 2006
In partnership with CNBC Arabiya, International Society for Telemedicine & e-Health, International Hospital Equipment and Solutions, Middle East Health, The Medicine Publishing Company, ArabMedicare.com, Hospital Post Europe, naseba, the global executive event organizer, is presenting the Global Health Care Expansion Congress, taking place at the JW Marriott, Dubai, UAE.

Global Health Care Expansion is a C-level, strategic executive congress, which provides the opportunity for buyers in charge of sourcing medical equipment and solutions to meet global industry suppliers in a true business-to-business environment.

Health care is one of the most rapidly growing sectors of the global economy. Health care industry goods and services differ significantly from those of other industries in one very particular way: the product or output of the industry is not often as tangible or measurable. From a producer's perspective, and even more so from that of a consumer, health care is an unpredictable industry with a hard-to-define output.

Only by achieving the equation between the marginal benefit and marginal cost of all inputs can private and public health budgets be efficiently allocated.

Global Health Care Expansion Congress offers the ideal opportunity for all participants to network with their peers while interacting with a distinctive panel of CEO's of leading health institutions and many other key people within the industry.

Unlike tradeshows or expos, Global Health Care Expansion only invites the ultimate decision makers. The congress provides a unique, business-driven environment using business meetings and cutting-edge conference with the most forward-thinking industry professionals addressing the latest topics and challenges facing the industry.

For further information, please visit:
www.healthcareexpansion.com

About naseba
naseba Group was established in 2002 to produce and host upper level executive events. Within just 4 years, naseba has expanded to 6 offices around the world (Monaco, Dubaï, Miami, Bangalore, Singapore and London) with a team from 30 different nationalities.

naseba is working in partnership with many leading press groups and local authorities such as the Principality of Monaco, the Abu Dhabi Government, BBC World and Al Arabiya.
www.naseba.com

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