Tenet sponsors healthcare conference

Tenet Healthcare Corporation, one of the largest investor-owned health care delivery systems in the United States, has become a Premium Plus sponsor for the upcoming national 20/20 Healthcare Conference.

Minister for Health, Environment, Youth, Sports and Culture Mark Scotland said the addition of Tenet as a sponsor, and at such a high level, was a huge boost to the event and would ensure the continuity of the conference as it enters its third year.

“Tenet has been an important sponsor for our national healthcare conference for every year that we have held the event,” he said, “and we have therefore been extremely grateful to them for their unwavering support for this crucial conference. Sponsorship from such entities as Tenet means we are able again this year to offer free attendance at the conference.”

The conference is set to take place from 18 to 20 October at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman under the theme, “Patient-Centred Care: Achieving Quality Outcomes”.

Craig Bloom, senior director of business development at Tenet Florida said the company was very happy to be able to share knowledge and be a part of the Cayman’s Islands annual healthcare conference.

“We are pleased to continue our support of this conference and to have the opportunity to share new technology and services we have implemented in our Florida hospitals along with expert speakers who will discuss the latest treatments and advancements within their fields”, he said. “Breakout sessions are a new addition this year and we believe they will add a dynamic new dimension to the entire experience. We look forward to an exciting event with innovative discussion and extensive sharing of knowledge.”

Tenet Healthcare is a leader when it comes to the provision of quality healthcare services in the United States with extensive experience, currently overseeing 49 hospitals in 10 states, with more than 100 outpatient centres, 57,000 employees and four million outpatient visits, as of last year.

In conjunction with the Ministry of Health, this year’s sponsors also include Tower Marketing, Health Services Authority, Chrissie Tomlinson Memorial Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine, University of California-San Diego Health System, Simplifi and the Caymanian Compass.

For more information about the conference or to register for free, visit www.healthcareconference.ky

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