The Healthcare Collaborative at UCLA invites the health-care community, consumer advocates, students and policymakers to attend "The Changing Paradigm: What a Difference a Year Makes." This second annual e-health conference examines the opportunities and challenges presented by digital technology and its effect on clinical and business practices. Sessions will explore the state of the industry, business strategies, ethical considerations and much more.
The conference is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday, June 5, at the Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles. Registration fee by May 16 is $200, or $60 for full-time students. Registration is $250 after May 16. For additional information or to register, check the conference Web site at http://www.healthcollab.org/ or call Terry Laughlin at (310) 206-3435.
Made up of members of the Southern California health-care community, and faculty, students and alumni of the UCLA School of Public Health and UCLA's Anderson School of Management, the Healthcare Collaborative at UCLA advances the development of health-care professionals and organizations through education and information sharing.