The World Health Care Congress Europe 2007

The World Health Care Congress Europe 2007The World Health Care Congress Europe 2007 is presented for the 3rd consecutive year with lead underwriting support from Capgemini and will take place on 26-28 March 2007 at the Fira Palace Hotel in Barcelona, Spain.
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Organised under the high patronage of the European Commission, the World Health Care Congress Europe is the only major international forum where over 500 health leaders share best practices and successful initiatives for improved delivery and outcomes in Europe. Thought leaders include Health Ministers, leading government officials, hospital directors, IT innovators, decision makers from public and private insurance funds, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, and heath care industry suppliers.

Five focused Summits will give attendees a unique opportunity to discuss pertinent issues in depth and to determine actionable plans with their colleagues:

  • Chronic Disease Management and Patient Empowerment
  • Implementing IT Systems
  • Paying for Performance
  • Improving Quality and Patient Safety
  • From Electronic Health Records to Personalised Healthcare

To secure your seat at the event, register now or sign up to receive a brochure as soon as it becomes available.

For further information, please visit The World Health Care Congress Europe 2007 web site.

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