South Florida Business Journal’s MedUTech 2013, presented by PNC Bank, will take place the morning of Friday, November 22, at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. November 22 has been declared MedUTech Day in Palm Beach County by county mayor Steve Abrams.
This year’s theme is healthy communities. MedUTech 2013 will spotlight recent South Florida successes in the fields of health care, education and technology. Business leaders and elected officials throughout the region are invited to attend.
MedUTech 2013 will include two panels of renowned area CEOs.
Gunster Managing Shareholder Bill Perry will participate on the “Cultivating a thriving business community” panel.
This CEO-led panel will discuss
how to cultivate a thriving business community via efforts such as:
- economic incentives for business;
- strong connections with education to create a qualified workforce;
- opportunities to collaborate and work together; and
- the health and wellness of employees.
CEO panel: Cultivating a thriving business community
Moderated by Bill Perry, Managing Director, Gunster
Peter Baronoff, CEO, Promise Healthcare
Daniel Cane, CEO, Modernizing Medicine
John Duffy, CEO, 3C Interactive
Craig Grant, Regional President, PNC Bank
Alfredo Guerra, CFO, NCCI Holdings
Rick Mancinelli, CEO, C3 Cloud Computing
Industry leaders will also discuss how and where health care is being delivered, property and environmental considerations, education and community investment.
CEO panel: Developing healthy communities
David Armstrong, President, Broward College
John Benz, Senior VP and Chief Strategy Officer, Memorial Health Systems
Andrea Bradley, President and CEO, Palm Healthcare Foundation
John Crean, CCE, CHA General Manager and COO, Broken Sound Club
Jerry Fedele, CEO, Boca Raton Regional Hospital
Kona Gray, Principal, EDSA
Bobby Julien, CEO, The Kolter Group
Carlos Rosso, President, Condominum Division/Vice President, The Related Group
Penny Shaffer, Market President, Florida Blue
According to the Business Journal, more than 400 business professionals attended last year’s event.
There is a cost to attend. For more information, please contact Maureen D’Silva at firstname.lastname@example.org or 954-949-7522.
Visit the event page on the South Florida Business Journal website.