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Former FDA Commissioner, Scott Gottlieb Joins the 16th Annual World Health Care Congress (#WHCC19) Keynote Faculty

09:05 EDT 16 Apr 2019 | Businesswire

World Health Care Congress

Gottlieb joins the conversation with senior business, policy and health care leaders from U.S. Senate, HHS, Microsoft, Aetna, The Johns Hopkins Hospital and more in Washington, DC!

In two weeks, leaders from throughout the health care ecosystem will convene April 28 – May 1 in Washington, DC for The 16th Annual World Health Care Congress (WHCC19) and The Employer Health Care Cost and Quality Congress (EHCQ).

Meet thought leaders and peers – from the most innovative health care startups – to well-established providers, payers, employers, life science, and policy organizations this year at WHCC19. Gain the latest insights into strategies to disrupt the status quo and transform the future of U.S. health care.

Register now: http://bit.ly/WHCCRegister

Recently confirmed to this year’s powerhouse agenda are:

  • Scott Gottlieb, MD, 23rd Commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
  • Eric D. Hargan, Deputy Secretary, US Health and Human Services (HHS)
  • Redonda Miller, MD, President, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Ed Simcox, Chief Technology Officer and Acting Chief Information Officer, US Health and Human Services (HHS)
  • Kevin Dolan, Director, Health Industry Strategy and Solutions, Health and Life Sciences Industry Unit, Microsoft
  • Shannon Miller, Seven Time Olympic Medalist; Author, It’s Not About Perfect: Competing for My Country and Fighting for My Life
  • Tyler Shultz, Theranos Whistleblower and Entrepreneur
  • Ben Wanamaker, Head of Consumer Technology and Services, Aetna
  • Nupur Mehta, MD, Chief Medical Officer, East Region, CareMore Health
  • Kathleen Herath, Associate Vice President, Well-Being and Safety, Nationwide
  • Craig Roberts, Associate Vice President, Vaccines, Center for Observational and Real-World Evidence (CORE), Merck
  • Chris Jennings, Founder and President, Jennings Policy Strategies; Former Deputy Assistant to the President for Health Policy and Coordinator for Health Reform, The White House
  • Robert E. Moffit, Senior Fellow, The Heritage Foundation; Former Chairman, Maryland Health Care Commission

To view the full list of speakers, please visit: http://bit.ly/WHCCSpeakers

In 2019, the Congress features 15+ themed tracks, plus C-Suite Keynotes, pre-Congress executive workshops, Fireside Chats, a night of comedy with The Capitol Steps, and multiple networking events. One registration allows free movement between sessions across 4 days! View the Agenda to see how you can personalize and customize your experience.

To request the agenda, please visit: http://bit.ly/WHCCBrochure

About World Health Care Congress:
For 16 years, WHCC has been empowering and connecting leaders in health care transformation. The World Health Care Congress is a signature event for World Congress, convening business, government and health care leaders to foster value, quality and consumer engagement.

For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/WHCC19 or contact 800-767-9499.

Register now: http://bit.ly/WHCCRegister

World Health Care Congress
Reena Joseph, 781-939-2446
reena.joseph@worldcongress.com

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