MedSynergies CEO to Present Keynote at 4th Annual RealShare Medical Office Building Conference
JR Thomas, CEO of MedSynergies Inc. will present the keynote address today at the 4th Annual RealShare Medical Office Buildings Conference in Scottsdale, AZ.
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Nov. 14, 2011 - PRLog -- IRVING, TEXAS (November 14, 2011) – JR Thomas, CEO of MedSynergies Inc. will present the keynote address today at the 4th Annual RealShare Medical Office Buildings Conference in Scottsdale, AZ.
John Salustri of ALM’s Real Estate Media Group will interview Thomas at the national conference regarding the impact of healthcare reform on physician development and alignment. Thomas will share perspective based on his company’s work with a variety of healthcare providers including: Texas Health Resources, Carondelet Health Network, Seton Healthcare, and Central Utah Clinic, among others.
Approximately 400 C-level executives, including the top 10 US real estate investors with a focus on medicine providers, will attend the conference to explore the implications of healthcare reform on the medical community. Discussion will include how reform will impact the bottom line of developers, owners, investors and those who manage facilities for health care groups.
Other conference speakers will include Neil Carolan, vice president, chief physician development officer, Carondelet Health Network and Mitchell Latinkic, vice president, global business development, MD Anderson Cancer Center.
About MedSynergies Inc. MedSynergies partners with health care organizations and physicians to align their operations by providing revenue cycle management, practice management, consulting services, business process analysis and software integration solutions. Leveraging its knowledge and experience in hospital-physician alignment, MedSynergies improves processes, optimizes technology and builds on trusted patient relationships, enabling hospitals and physician practices to offer quality health care. Founded in 1996, MedSynergies is privately held and headquartered in Irving, Texas. MedSynergies currently partners with hospitals and health networks and serves more than 7,400 providers across the United States. For more information, please visit www.medsynergies.com.