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Hingham, MA, United States, 2008/01/17 - Phillips DiPisa announced today that it is sponsoring the Connecticut Hospital Associationís (CHA) annual Healthcare Executive Summit, an educational summit devoted to critical issues for healthcare executives.
Phillips DiPisa, an executive search firm serving healthcare providers, managed care organizations, and life sciences firms, today announced that it is sponsoring the Connecticut Hospital Associationís (CHA) Healthcare Executive Summit.
This event is the CHAís fourth annual Healthcare Executive Summit, an educational summit devoted to issues critical to healthcare leaders. The CHA expects more than 100 of Connecticutís top healthcare leaders to attend, including chief executive officers, executive vice presidents, directors, and senior managers.
Nationally recognized industry leaders and practitioners will address current political, clinical, leadership, and financial performance issues, providing a unique forum for professional development, information exchange, and networking.
The summit will take place on January 29, 2008, in Wallingford, Connecticut. Speakers include, Norman Ornstein, Ph.D., author, CBS News Election Analyst, and contributor to the News Hour with Jim Lehrer; Dale W. Bratzler, D.O., M.P.H., Medical Director of the Hospital Interventions Quality Improvement Organization Support Center and the Hospital Quality of Care Measures Special Study located at the Oklahoma Foundation for Medical Quality; Winifred S. Hayes, Ph.D., M.S., C.R.N.P., President and CEO of Hayes, Inc.; and Andrew Webber, President and CEO of the National Business Coalition on Health Policy at the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
About Phillips DiPisa
Phillips DiPisa (phillipsdipisa.com) recruits leaders for healthcare providers, managed care organizations, and life sciences firms. The firmís roots are in Greater Boston Ė a historical center of medical innovation and excellence. Phillips DiPisa serves clients along the East Coast and throughout the Midwest, and draws on a national pool of candidates.