Entitled Managing Through Uncertainty, the 12th annual Business of Health Care Conference will take place on February 24th, from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm. Produced by the University of Miami Patti and Allan Herbert Business School’s Center for Health Management & Policy, this event will be held at the Shalala Student Center at 1330 Miller Drive in Coral Gables. It will also be live streamed for those who can’t attend in person. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in panel discussions with U.S. and global health sector leaders and meet industry peers and experts during in-person networking sessions.
The 12th Business of Health Care Conference tackles pivotal issues reverberating across the health sector: cost pressures, staff shortages, health system realignments, technology disruptions, pandemic management, policy questions, and much more.
Featured speakers include:
The Honorable Alex M. Azar II
24th U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services
University of Miami – Health Management and Policy Department
Halee Fischer-Wright, MD
President and Chief Executive Officer
Medical Group Management Association
Garfield A. Clunie, MD
National Medical Association
Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Norma Sue Kenyon
Vice Provost for Innovation & Chief Innovation Officer
Leonard Miller School of Medicine, UHealth
Juan Felipe Ramirez, MD
Vice President Sales Execution & Data Driven Organization
Boston Scientific LATAM
To see a complete list of speakers including links to BIOs, click HERE.
Discussion topics include:
• Managing through Uncertainty – A Potential Roadmap
• Innovation and the Role of Technology
To see the complete itinerary click HERE.
The Presenting Sponsor is Florida Blue while the Chairman Sponsor is Boston Scientific. To see the complete sponsor list, click HERE.
To register for this event, click HERE.
The Miami Herbert Business School offers several academic programs focused on health management including:
• Health Executive MBA (HEMBA) – A top-ranked, fast-track weekend program that prepares health care executives for new leadership roles across the industry
• Masters in Health Administration (MHA) – A full-time, 12-18 month program that blends business fundamentals with health care specific topics and hands-on training
• MD/MBA – A program that prepares future physicians to run medical practices and assume other industry and policy leadership roles
• Undergraduate Specializations – Undergraduate students may seek majors and minors in health management and policy
To learn more, please visit https://herbert.miami.edu/.