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Managed Healthcare Symposium

Published

2012

Fri

17

Feb

18-19 April 2012, Protea OR Tambo Hotel, Johannesburg

 

Managed healthcare in South Africa and the region is operating under changing economic, political and regulatory environments.  Worse still with the impending National Health Insurance many health executives are not sure what opportunities and challenges will befall the industry.  This symposium provides an opportunity for knowledge sharing and learning on vital managed care issues, discussion leading problems, insights and overall strategic solutions.

 

Benefits of Attending

 

Interact and network with senior healthcare executives to hear solutions to the key issues facing the industry…

 

·         Understand reimbursements methods in Managed Care Programs

·         Evaluate the role of clinical governance in national health

·         Learn will the National Health Insurance shape the future of managed care in South Africa

·         Share knowledge, success stories and latest innovative ideas

·         Discuss the value of private and public sector collaboration from NHI initiatives

·         Discover international best practices of achieving quality of care

·         Appreciate the reality and applicability of health reform

 

Who should attend?

 

Chief Executive Officers

Chief Operating Officers

Chief Information Officers

Principal Officers

Business Development Managers

Directors responsible for:

·         Strategic Planning

·         Marketing & Communications

 

To request more information or a brochure call us on 0110234537 or email info@jpec.co.za

 
Source: JP Executive Communications
 
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