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Health Care Symposium

Health Care Symposium

Healthcare Symposium 2014


On Friday, July 25th three hundred health care professionals from the region joined together at the 2014 Healthcare Symposium held at the Sheraton Harrisburg-Hershey.

Commissioner Michael Consedine started the morning with an executive update regarding the private sector insurers and health systems in Pennsylvania.

Panel #1
"Targeting the Consumer"
Blaze Cambruzzi, MBA, COO at ROCK Commercial Real Estate
Rebecca Stevenson, Vice President, Communications & Brand Stategy at Capital BlueCross


Panel #2
"The Employer's Changing Role"
Michael Fiaschetti, President, Health Markets at Highmark Blue Shield
Deborah D. Wilkinson, CBC, Vice President Health Plan Options at URL Insurance Group


Panel #3
"Affiliations, Mergers, Partnerships and Acquisitions"
George H. Beauregard, DO, Senior Vice President and Chief Cliinical Officer at PinnacleHealth System
Jan L. Bergen, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Office at Lancaster General Health
E. Lynn Miller, Executive Vice President, Clinical Operations at Geisinger Health System

Miss the event? Click Here to watch it in its entirety.

Questions? Contact Jami Marsicano at 717-236-4300 or jamim@cpbj.com.


Past Program Highlights

Healthcare Symposium Highlights 2014

Healthcare Symposium Highlights 2014
Click the image to the left to page through event pictures and highlights from the July 25th symposium.

2014 Health Care Report

2014 Health Care Report
Click the image to the left to page through the 2014 Health Care Report.


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