TORONTO, Nov. 5, 2014 /CNW/ - HealthAchieve comes to a close today with a key note address that takes a close look at how some of the most profitable companies of the last half century are knowingly manipulating salt, sugar and fat to addict us to their products. New York Times reporter Michel Moss will take us through the necessary conversation that will change how we look at food labels. [9:30am, Room 106]
Also on the agenda for today is a cultural debate around health analytics moderated by award-winning broadcast journalist Wendy Mesley. The debate will centre on whether a strategic or cultural approach is needed to successfully drive meaningful health analytics. [9:00am, Room 205]
Our popular Patient Engagement session will feature a roundtable discussion with three health care organizations: North Bay Regional Health Centre, North East Toronto Health Link and South East Toronto Family Health Team, sharing success stories and lessons learning. [7:30am, Room 202]
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One of the largest and most prestigious health care gatherings in North America, HealthAchieve aims to inspire ideas and innovation with over 50 informative and engaging educational sessions along with an award-winning exhibit floor, where close to 300 exhibitors will showcase the latest health care products, services and technologies. HealthAchieve attracts more than 6,000 health care and business leaders from around the world for learning, networking, benchmarking and sharing best practices. Learn more about HealthAchieve online at www.HealthAchieve.com.