A Connected Future, Join us September 27, 2018 at the Georgia Aquarium
Health Connect South’s annual event is our largest face-to-face meeting with over 400 health leaders. The topics covered are broad to create interdisciplinary partnerships but also specific in order to tackle current challenges in health. This is the platform for health leaders come to talk and hear about “the future” in health, the current challenges, and collaborative solutions.
Health Connect South is a non-profit serving the health community as a valuable platform for regional health collaborations, ensuring participation participation from the highest levels and broadest cross sections of executives, decision makers, innovators, and the next generation of health leaders.
Health Connect South 2018 will be held on September 27th at The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, GA. Join us for an amazing program highlighting health collaborations and innovations throughout the Southeast.
The program also will include keynote speakers, panel discussions and networking for executives, health leaders, and students. Along with the presentation of two awards the UnSung Hero Award and the Best Collaboration Award.
Health Connect South looks forward to seeing you at our next event and advancing our mission to serve the health community as a regional platform for health collaboration.
Registration begins at 8:00AM
Breakfast & Networking to follow
Program will begin promptly at 8:55AM
Refund Policy Clarification:
Due to pre-registration costs and guarantees, refunds or credits are not extended for this event. However, paid registrations are transferable. On the day of the event, the substitute attendee must present a copy of the paid registration receipt or email verification to be admitted to the event.
The Health Connect South Unsung Hero Award recognizes an institution or individual that has made an immense contribution to advances in healthcare in the Southeast through forging and sustaining collaborative endeavors.
This institution or individual’s efforts have gone largely unseen but have been critical to interdisciplinary collaboration producing effective solutions to challenges and opportunities in healthcare.
The HCS Collaboration Award recognizes two or more individuals or organizations who have leveraged the HCS platform to develop partnerships and collaborations that have contributed to advances in healthcare in the Southeast. This group’s efforts have been critical to interdisciplinary collaboration, and producing effective solutions that go above and beyond a mere partnership to create a platform, product, or opportunity addressing challenges in healthcare.