Potomac Officers Club Presents Speakers For 2017 Healthcare Forum

TYSONS CORNER, VA., March 14, 2017 — The Potomac Officers Club — a division of Executive Mosaic — released the speakers list for their 2017 Healthcare Forum.

The Healthcare Forum will present leaders in both the public and private sector discussing digital healthcare, interoperability and cybersecurity.

The new era of medicine incorporates technology to empower, improve access and outcomes for a variety of patient populations.  As healthcare is still largely a fee-for-service model, balancing the need to ensure data sharing is secure and patient privacy is adequately protected is foundational to our increasingly digitized health system. The speakers will address these and other issues facing the Healthcare industry.

The Forum will be held on Thursday, March 23rd from 7:00 – 9:45 AM at 2941 Restaurant, 2941 Fairview Park Dr.s Falls Church, VA 22042

“We look forward to hosting our Healthcare Forum on March 23rd,” said Jim Garrettson, President and CEO of Executive Mosaic. “We have lined up an impressive panel of presenters that will address the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for both the public and private sector.”

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Confirmed Speakers:

BETH KILLORAN, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer of Health and Human Services (HHS) (KEYNOTE SPEAKER)



DEBBIE BUCCI, IT Architect, Office of Standards and Interoperability, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT of Health and Human Services (HHS)



JIM NASR, Entrepreneur in Residence of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)




TODD SIMPSON, Chief Information Officer of Food & Drug Administration (FDA)





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Julia Bardnell
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