NEW YORK - Lowell McAdam, chairman and chief executive officer of Verizon, will join health care information technology leaders during a session at the ninth annual World Health Care Congress conference in the Washington, D.C., area on April 17. McAdam will speak about how Verizon is enabling the transformation of the U.S. health care industry through the use of technology. He will be joined onstage by Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong of NantWorks and Dr. Charles Sorenson of Intermountain Health Care.
Tuesday, April 17
8 a.m. ET
World Health Care Congress
Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center
201 Waterfront Street, National Harbor, Md. 20745
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
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About the World Health Care Congress
Entering its ninth year, the World Health Care Congress gathers more than 1,600 global health care, pharmaceutical and employer executives and leaders in the Washington, D.C., area on April 16h-18h to engage in keynote presentations, debates, co-located summits, case studies and emerging trend forums on the latest solutions to the issues facing the industry.
About Verizon Connected Healthcare
Verizon Connected Healthcare delivers innovation solutions to improve the health care industry. By leveraging Verizon's information technology expertise and world-class networks, Verizon provides secure and reliable solutions to help transform patient-care delivery, better manage costs, enhance access to services and maintain health data privacy.