Top executives from some of the leading health care systems in Michigan will discuss the future of health care and innovations in the industry during a Medical Main Street open house.
The event is set for March 16 from 8 – 11 a.m. at Priority Health, 27777 Franklin Road in Southfield. There is no charge to attend but registration is required. Register at MedicalMainStreet.com.
“This is a singular opportunity to hear from the leaders of some of the finest health care and hospital systems in the Midwest,” Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson said. “Attendees will also be able to connect with hundreds of health care and life science professionals in one room and see some of the latest health care innovations – all for free. This is a must-attend event.”
Panelists for the health care discussion are:
- Joan Budden- CEO, Priority Health
- Andrei Soran- COO, Detroit Medical Center
- Lynn Torossian- CEO/President, Henry Ford Health System West Bloomfield
- Jack Weiner- CEO, St. Joseph Mercy Oakland
- Dr. Michael Weimann- CEO/President, St. Johns Providence Oakland
Attendees will have the opportunity to network with more than 200 members of the health care, medical device, life science, bio tech, pharmacology and mHealth industries. They can also view new health care innovations in Medical Main Street’s Demonstration Alley. Featured companies include:
- Bio-Grid Systems
- Coherent RX
- Delphinus Medical Technologies
- DPro Healthcare
- Health Net Connect
- Infection Prevention Technologies
- JEMS Technology
- Logic Solutions
- OU Inc.
- Oxus, Inc.
- Phoenix Imaging
- Physician Referral Marketing
- RG Medical Diagnostics
- Safety in Motion
The Medical Main Street Open House is provided in partnership with Priority Health and sponsored by Delphinus Medical Technologies, Online-Tech, Brooks Kushman, Health Law Partners and Jaffe Raitt Heuer & Weiss, P.C.
Medical Main Street, powered by Oakland County, is a collaboration of world renowned hospitals, universities and health care and life science companies in Southeast Michigan. Patterson created the initiative in 2008 to harness the strength of the area’s health care, life science, research and development, education and manufacturing assets.