London business school to host fifth annual global Healthcare conference
London business school is set to host the fifth annual healthcare summit on the 12th of November at the Royal College of Physicians in Regent’s Park. It is expected to be attended by students and industry experts alike.
The purpose of the conference is to bring together experts from various fields to help determine the present situations for the healthcare industry and what can be done to further develop its future.
The conference is going to follow a sequence, starting with a speech from the key note speaker, namely, Alex Gorsky, Chief Executive Officer, Johnson & Johnson. Following the presentation will see two panel discussions. The first being ‘The Future of Healthcare’ and the second panel will discuss ‘Innovation In Healthcare’. The first will mostly cover the current scenario and the evolution of the healthcare industry, and the part stakeholders’
The second will discuss how business leaders have used their leadership training to incorporate innovations within the healthcare industry. Value adding to the entire Healthcare system would form an important part of this discussion.
The event is one of the largest events in Europe, specific to the Healthcare industry, and it is of important consequence for students and experts alike. Students with an interest within the Healthcare industry are brought together at the event. It gives them the opportunity to mingle with other top European Business Schools students, from backgrounds to the likes of, Consulting, Entrepreneurial and Finance.
It creates unique opportunities for the recruitment of students and also for the companies to gain the most skilled and fresh talent. Students would have the opportunity to gain leadership training within the field and be pioneers of the future.
The year before i.e. 2011 the keynote speaker was John Dineen, Chief Executive Officer at GE Healthcare had this to say about his company and that the students that the company wanted to recruit, "In terms of spending time with the students and academia, we want them to know what we are about, we think we have a great story (GE Healthcare), we are the kind of company that people are going to feel good about working for and I want to come here and shamelessly try to attract those students to work for our business."
This year’s panel will include speakers from some of the well-known Business icons within their respective industries, such as, The Financial Times, Bupa, The Boston Consulting Group, August Equity and the Wellcome Trust to name a few.
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