RI Convention Center 1 Sabin Street - 5th Floor Ballroom Providence, RI
Debra Fisher, 401-521-5000
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
The Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce is pleased to feature Boston Scientific Corporation President and CEO Michael Mahoney at the 2012 Annual Meeting. Drawing on more than 25 years in the healthcare industry, Mahoney will talk about the powerful forces at work driving rapid, fundamental change in healthcare delivery and medical device creation and where Rhode Island can connect its comprehensive a collection of people, expertise and intellectual property to develop this key knowledge industry.
Following Mahoney’s presentation, three of Rhode Island’s newest leaders will talk about their capacity to support and drive impactful change locally. Each is expected to highlight the importance of transforming breakthrough ideas, cutting edge research and emerging products into opportunities that drive job creation and economic growth.
•Timothy Babineau, MD - President and CEO, Lifespan
•Christina Hull Paxson - President, Brown University
•Dennis Keefe - President and CEO, Care New England
Now is the time to secure your sponsorship and promote your brand to upwards of 800 business and civic leaders that attend the event. Please contact Darlene Reza Rossi at email@example.com for sponsorship information.
Presented by UnitedHealthcare
Pre-registration is required. Visit www.providencechamber.com and click on the calendar of events for more information.
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