West Palm Beach, FL, May 06, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The venue will be the beautiful Hyatt Regency Century Plaza hotel, located just blocks from Rodeo Drive and on the famous Avenue of the Stars. The conference, www.healthcarereformconference.com is sponsored by the Healthcare Reform Magazine, the only magazine dedicated to bring the latest news on healthcare reform.
To register for the early-bird rate of $695.00 per person, please visit the website at www.healthcarereformconference.com. After June 1st the price to register will increase to $899.00 per person.
It is expected that 500 attendees will be present, as well as some of the leading healthcare reform and healthcare expert speakers, making this conference really exciting. There is a budget to cover the expenses for up to 200 employers to come to the employer healthcare congress.
This year's conference should have the largest amount of employers out of any US healthcare conference. The last conference featured speakers from McDonalds, Black & Decker, Pitney Bowes, Caterpillar, Intel, Intuit, CKE Restaurants, the Chairman of the Board of the American Medical Association and many more great speakers. Some past sponsors included Aetna, CIGNA, Humana, Walgreens and many more.
The National Healthcare Reform Conference will feature a shared exhibit hall with 3 other conferences - the Corporate Wellness Conference, the Self Funding Employer Healthcare & Workers Compensation Conference and the Voluntary Benefits & Limited Medical Conference, all of which make up the Employer Healthcare Congress, www.employerhealthcarecongress.com.
There will be advanced educational sessions while highlighting the opportunity to network with other leaders in the industry. With new networking software, before the conference even starts attendees will be able to select who to meet with and set up a time. Editing of these choices before the conference will be possible as well. By taking advantage of this opportunity, attendees will be able to accomplish in two days what would normally take years to accomplish.
Bring lots and lots of business cards.