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The Health Care Globalization Summit Miami 2009 B

  1. 1. November 10-13, 2009<br />Doubletree Miami Mart • Miami, FL<br />“Partnering with our constituents to determine the impact and the opportunities from the globalization of healthcare in the domestic and international marketplace”<br />
  2. 2. Five inter-related programs that will create the foundation for a significant annual event for Greater Miami<br /> <br /><ul><li> The Medical Travel Summit of the Americas
  3. 3. The Destination Medicine Consumer Expo & Workshops
  4. 4. The Healthcare Innovations Capital Connections Summit
  5. 5. The Stem Cell/Regenerative Medicine Innovations Capital Connections Summit
  6. 6. The National Workforce Health Economics Summit</li></ul> <br />Delegates will include:<br /><ul><li> C-Level executives from international and domestic provider organizations
  7. 7. Ministers and Deputy Ministers of Health, Tourism and Competiveness
  8. 8. C-Level executives from U.S corporations, Business Groups on Health, and Health </li></ul> Insurance-Plans, Benefits consultants, etc.<br /><ul><li> Medical Travel Facilitators</li></ul> <br />
  9. 9. Schedule of Highlights<br />“Five inter-related programs that will create the foundation for a significant annual event for Greater Miami”<br />Tuesday, November 10, 2009 <br /><ul><li> The Healthcare Innovations Capital Connections Summit
  10. 10. The Stem Cell/Regenerative Medical Innovations Capital Connections Summit
  11. 11. The Summit Leadership Forum
  12. 12. VIP Reception</li></ul>Wednesday, November 11, 2009 <br /><ul><li> Opening Ceremonies
  13. 13. The National Workforce Health Economics Summit
  14. 14. The International Medical Travel Summit
  15. 15. Shared Keynote Program
  16. 16. Expo Hall Opens
  17. 17. Grand Opening Cocktail Reception</li></ul>CONFERENCE CHAIRS<br />Jon Comola<br />CEO<br />Wye River Group on Health<br />Thursday, November 12, 2009 <br /><ul><li> The National Workforce Health Economics Summit
  18. 18. The International Medical Travel Summit
  19. 19. Shared Keynote Program
  20. 20. Expo Hall Open
  21. 21. Awards Ceremony and Reception</li></ul>Dave Hom<br />President<br />David Hom, LLC<br />Former VP of Health Strategies, Pitney Bowes, Co-Founder Center for Health Value Innovation<br />Friday, November 13, 2009 <br />Daniel Snyder, FACHE<br />CEO<br />Parkway Health, Singapore<br /><ul><li> The Destination Medicine Consumer Expo & Workshops
  22. 22. Comparative Analysis in Health Care: How Quality Can Lead to </li></ul> Better Business and Social Accountability<br /><ul><li> Destination Medicine Travel Facilitator and Patient Experience </li></ul> Workshops<br /><ul><li> Aligning Healthcare Programs Post Healthcare Legislation</li></li></ul><li>The Medical Travel Summit of the AmericasNovember 11-12, 2009<br />Examining the Opportunities and Challenges of the Emergence of a Global Healthcare Economy<br /> A number of medical providers outside the United States, offering affordable high quality procedures, are creating increasing competitive pressure for U.S. patients. As the cost of healthcare in the U.S. continues to rise, the market dynamics are not different than those that forever changed other industries like electronics, automotive, financial services and others. The Medical Travel Summit of the Americas frames the issues, opportunities and potential responses for both U.S. and international stakeholders including domestic and international providers, U.S. employers, health insurers, and economic development executives recognizing the value of establishing medical centers of excellence.<br />Two Concurrent Tracks of Programming - <br /> Provider Considerations for Healthcare Globalization<br /><ul><li> Global Cooperation & Partnerships - Creating Global Footprints
  23. 23. Providers Delivering Innovative Value
  24. 24. Building a Framework for Quality & Safety - Competing as a medical destination
  25. 25. Competitive pricing for quality care
  26. 26. Will U.S. Providers Meet the Competition from International Providers and their Rapid Advances in Quality Healthcare Delivery or Will U.S. Providers Suffer the Same Fate as </li></ul>the U.S. Automotive Industry?<br /> Employer Considerations and Strategies for International Medical Care<br /><ul><li> Extending the Reach of Medical Care to Maximize ROI
  27. 27. Assessing The Quality and Safety of International Patient Care
  28. 28. Understanding the Apparent Risks of Sending Patients/Employees
  29. 29. The Economic Value Proposition for Adopting International Medical Coverage
  30. 30. Purchasers Discuss Their Requirements for International Coverage</li></li></ul><li>The Destination Medicine Consumer Expo and Workshops<br />November 13, 2009<br />We will promote a consumer day including exhibits and workshops to provide consumers with their options for pursue best options for their medical care whether in southern Florida or beyond the state of Florida. In addition to medical destination choices we will have workshops designed to inform the prospective traveling patient on what he needs to consider before embarking on a medical journey.. These workshops will provide valuable information and input from leading medical tourism providers. We will assist the visitors to this event by providing a better understanding of and evaluation of medical tourism as an option. We will also connect them with highly accredited medical centers and physicians that provide world-class medical care at savings of up to 80% compared to prices in the U.S. There will also be solution providers on the expo floor available to engage the health care consumer on wellness, prevention, fitness and disease management options.<br />Workshops will include:<br /><ul><li> Patient Experience Case Studies
  31. 31. Information and Guidance on Medical Travel options
  32. 32. Quality Considerations
  33. 33. Price Considerations
  34. 34. Liability Considerations
  35. 35. Safety of Travel
  36. 36. Tourist Activities
  37. 37. How to Access Medical Care Information
  38. 38. Pre and Post Care Considerations</li></li></ul><li>The Healthcare Innovations Capital Connections Summit<br /> November 10, 2009<br />Healthcare companies of the future will profit from the intersection of innovations in delivery, innovations in insurance platforms, and web-based technology. The Healthcare Innovations Capital Connections Summit will judge emerging companies in light of new industry trends.<br />The event will feature presentations by entrepreneurs of their business plans to an experienced panel of investors and strategic partners. The panel of judges will rate the presenters and offer pearls of wisdom from their experience, and then identify one outstanding organization as The “Best” New Innovator in Healthcare.<br />
  39. 39. The Stem Cell/Regenerative Medicine Innovations Capital Connections Summit November 10, 2009<br /> Morning<br />Overview of Regenerative Medicine<br />Impact of Adult Stem Cells in the Field of Regenerative Medicine<br />Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine<br />Intellectual Property Issues and Reimbursement Considerations<br />Securing Investment and Funding<br />Afternoon<br />Presentations for Funding<br />Up to 8 presentations to various sources of funding<br />
  40. 40. The National Workforce Health Economics SummitNovember 11-12, 2009<br />The National Workforce Health Economics Summit will be held concurrently with the Medical Travel Summit of the Americas sharing keynotes and a common exhibition area for food and social functions. This conferences brings together senior corporate and health leaders from across stakeholder sectors including employers, health plans, domestic and international providers, governments and others for peer discussion and collaboration on how to effectively integrate workforce solutions. Key areas of focus will be improving healthcare status of the workforce and family, control healthcare costs and understanding appropriate access points of care.<br />Corporate Executives:<br />Should Employers Get Out of Healthcare?<br />Establishing ROI mandates for Health programs<br />Balancing short-term cost reductions with keeping employees healthy and productive<br /> Is your health plan or TPA a vendor or a strategic partner?<br />Integrating international providers into your domestic hospital provider networks: A policy-level perspective on medical travel benefits<br /> Medical Centers capabilities presentations (1/2 day)<br />Health Plan Executives:<br />Influencing health strategies in the client board room<br />Strategies to incorporate international providers in your plan<br />The need to deliver more value: How will you do it?<br /> Aligning your incentives with those of your members<br />What is the cost to the company of not keeping employees healthy? <br />Medical Centers capabilities presentations (1/2 day)<br />
  41. 41. More than a healthcare conference being held annually in Miami <br /><ul><li> It is about the economic value </li></ul> of a healthy workforce, lower health <br /> benefits costs, and access to points of care <br /><ul><li> It is about the economic value </li></ul> of patient travel to domestic and <br /> international medical centers of <br /> excellence<br /><ul><li> Deloitte: 43% of U.S. patients would likely </li></ul> travel outside their area for high quality <br /> lower priced medical care<br /><ul><li> Gallup: up to 29% would consider travelling </li></ul> for treatment in a foreign country<br />
  42. 42. It’s about healthcare as a leading global economic driver and positioning Greater Miami to <br />prosper in the global health care marketplace<br /><ul><li> A leading pleasure and business travel destination</li></ul>Delegates will include:<br /><ul><li> C-Level executives from international and </li></ul> domestic provider organizations<br /><ul><li> Ministers and Deputy Ministers of Health, </li></ul> Tourism and Competiveness<br /><ul><li> C-Level executives from U.S corporations, </li></ul> Business Groups on Health, and Health <br /> Insurance-Plans, Benefits consultants, etc.<br /><ul><li> Medical Travel Facilitators
  43. 43. Existing medical centers of excellence attracting patients from outside the U.S.</li></li></ul><li>It is an international event<br />International Speakers:<br />Joseph Barcie, MD, PhD, MBA<br />President<br />International Hospital Group<br />Dato Dr. Jacob Thomas<br />Medical Director<br />Sime Darby Healthcare of Malaysia<br />Dato Teddric MohrCEO<br />Penang Adventist Hospital<br />Peter KappertChairman<br />Sonnenhof Swiss Hospitals<br /><ul><li> Steve Green, MD, Trent Accreditation
  44. 44. Henrique Sutton de Sousa Neves, Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein
  45. 45. Mohamed Sabri Ab Rahman, Director External Trade, Malaysia
  46. 46. Jorge Woodbridge, Minister of Competiveness, Costa Rica
  47. 47. Jorge Cortes, MD, Clinica Biblica
  48. 48. Julio Cesar López Domínguez, Christus Maguerza
  49. 49. Carlos Zavala Ruiz, Hospital Angeles Tijuana </li></ul>And many others…….<br />
  50. 50. It is a national event<br />Speakers Include:<br />Chip Tooke<br />Welvie, Former CEO Lumenos<br />William Ruschhaupt, MD<br />Cleveland Clinic<br />Larry Borress<br />Midwest Business Group on Health<br />Gene Stillwell-Mason<br />Wal-Mart<br />John Goodman<br />National Center for <br />Policy Analysis<br />David Boucher<br />Global Companion Healthcare<br />Vahe Kazandjian, PhD, MPH<br />Center for Performance Sciences<br />Sander Domaszewicz<br />Mercer<br />Becky Cherney<br />Florida Health Care Coalition<br />Jordan Shlain, MD<br />Current Health<br />And many others…….<br />
  51. 51. It is an event for Greater Miami<br />“Showcasing the tourism, business, and medical assets of Greater Miami”<br />Speakers Include:<br />Rolando Rodriquez<br />Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce<br />Eneida Roldan, MD<br />Jackson Memorial Health System<br />Charlotte Gallogly<br />World Trade Center Miami<br />Rick Boxer, MD<br />National Health Policy Counsel<br />University of Miami Medical Center<br /><ul><li> George Suarez, MD, FACS, FAAP, USHIFU
  52. 52. Linda Quick, South Florida Hospital & Healthcare Association</li></ul>And many others…….<br />
  53. 53. A rising tide lifts all the ships in the harbor<br /><ul><li> We are excited about your interest and support
  54. 54. We encourage your active participation </li></ul> in support of the event and the greater <br /> mission to position Greater Miami as the<br /> Gateway to the Americas for health care.<br /><ul><li> Media and organization sponsorship
  55. 55. Attendance
  56. 56. Sponsorship and exhibiting participation</li></ul>Willie Moreno <br />Director of Latin American Sales<br />804-266-7422 ext.7408<br />willie@medicatree.com<br />

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