Three-day conference and exhibition brought together leaders from all corners of health care in Canada
TORONTO, Nov. 6, 2013 /CNW/ - Ray Kurzweil, nicknamed 'The restless genius' by the Wall Street Journal, will close HealthAchieve 2013 with his perspective on the secrets behind human thought. Today marks the closing of the three-day conference and exhibition that brought together some of the brightest minds in health care, fostering new ideas for Canada's health care system.
Closing day at HealthAchieve will also feature a session on meaningful patient engagement. During this session, three Ontario health care organizations will share their experience with creating advisory panels comprised of patients, families and informal caregivers to help inform thinking and decision-making. The Ontario Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, Deb Matthews, will also offer remarks [11:15am, Room 105,106].
As an unparalleled networking and learning opportunity, as well as a chance to step outside of daily routine and share new ideas, HealthAchieve 2013 has been a springboard for innovation in Canadian health care.
"HealthAchieve is a fantastic opportunity for leaders in healthcare to become more engaged with the health community and the issues it faces," said Adnaan Bhyat, DeGroote School of Business/Toronto Rehabilitation Institute. "It's an excellent place to have those necessary conversations that start the process of change and improvement. Few opportunities bring together such encouraging and motivating speakers."
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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.
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