Las Vegas, NV, August 16, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Organizers of the Today’s Practice Healthcare Financial Summit this October in Las Vegas have found the perfect combination. Unlike traditional medical conferences, they have found a way to blend the usual symposium format physicians are accustomed to, with the opportunity for start ups and entrepreneurs to pitch their companies to a hall full of investors, early adopters and even potential customers. In addition to the fun factor, medical providers can now be exposed to, and participate in, the next big innovation to change healthcare as we know it.
Even more intrepid, the Healthcare Financial Summit has thrown out the rulebook on the everyday medical conference exhibition floor. Their Emerging Technology Exhibit will feature Virtual Reality, 3D Live Tissue Printing, Traumatic Brain Injury Imaging, portable laboratories and more. Walk a few more feet and you will be immersed in the Mobile Health Pavilion, showcasing the most promising mobile apps and wearables in patient care, and even live demos of the very technology featured in the Investor Symposium. Onsite attendees and exhibitors will even be interacting with the Virtual Attendees from across the globe, who are beaming into the conference through Mobile Telepresence technology courtesy of Event Presence.
About the Today’s Practice Healthcare Financial Summit:
The publication Today’s Practice is holding its inaugural, and highly disruptive, Healthcare Financial Summit this year on October 6-7 in Las Vegas, NV, at the Rio All Suites Resort and Casino. The event features four simultaneous symposiums for Private Practitioners, Population Health Administrators, Dental Providers and Healthtech Investors, as well as three Technology Innovation Pavilions. In addition, the event will be live streamed globally for those who cannot make the trip to Las Vegas, such as on call physicians and Military Healthcare Personnel. For details and ticket registration, visit www.TodaysConference.com
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