The importance and experience of the Health System Programs in Argentina as an example of universal health programs
Conference on March, 09. Marriott Hotel Brickell Avenue. With special gust. Noon time.
- Miami, FL (1888PressRelease) March 06, 2012 - The Minority Chamber of Commerce (CCM), partnering with the CEO Club de la Americas, announces its first global conference focus on the health industry, with national and international special guests.
For the first time they will join efforts to implement new initiatives in the development of South Florida Universal Health entrepreneurs.
The conference will be held on Friday March 9 at 12.30 AM in Marriot Hotel on Brickell Avenue, with a corporate luncheon.
This synergy arises from the need to educate and deepen the knowledge on the health professional issues directly affecting our South Florida community. To achieve this, CCM has invited Jorge Gilardi MD, president of the Argentinean Medical Association, to speak on Argentina's experience and leadership role in this field.
"CCM is committed to informing and educating the South Florida community on the latest advances in health care programs in America. The Health Insurance initiative, for Minority Enterprise, is an extremely important campaign to educate decision-makers, health professionals and governments on the importance of affordable and effective health programs for small business. We hope this educational initiative will contribute resources in order to make good public health decisions aimed at improving health outcomes and safety for small businesses, "said Doug Mayorga, CCM President.
"This will be a training-conference designated for South Florida professionals" said Ricardo Faerman, CEO Club de las Americas, President. "The conference portfolio allows us to create a perfect environment for local and international leaders such as Doctor Dilardi, to share their knowledge and experience, directly related to the development of health innovations, to optimize the institutional resources involved in the development of heath care programs", added the corporate Leader.
For more information or RSVP
Contact: Marianela Toledo, spokesperson
Minority Chamber of Commerce