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Event Details

2013 People in Health Care

When

Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Where

Hilton Post Oak Houston, TX 77056 Directions

Description

Welcome to People in Health Care
Talent Management Summit for the Health Care Sector
January 30-31, 2013 // Houston Hilton Post Oak // Houston, TX

The Supreme Court’s ruling on The Affordable Care Act has the healthcare industry undergoing some massive transformations. A significant amount of this change is already under way as providers and practitioners strive for “healthcare’s new normal.” With a new focus on value-based care as opposed to volume-based care, talent executives are charged with a monumental task as they work to position themselves as facilitators of this change.

This year’s People in Heath Care conference will address all the changes your organization is facing in light of reform and their implications on your talent. Discover how you can equip your organization with the right talent and effective leaders in the face of reform. Focused sessions will address HR’s strategic role during these changes, effective leadership at all levels, recruiting for “the new normal,” and tapping into development as a means of engagement.

Sponsors

Talent Management Alliance

Price

Event Price: $995.00 Early Bird Price: $750.00 Early Bird End Date: Friday, Nov. 9, 2012 Additional Information: http://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1134131

Website

Event Website: http://the-tma.org/healthcare/ Online Registration Available: Yes

Industry

Human Resources

Event Type

Conference

Contact Information

Katherine Morera info@the-tma.org Phone: (888) 339-9599

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