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In case you haven’t heard, 2016 registration is now open. Don't delay the opportunity to attend this leadership forum!
Register for Healthcare of Tomorrow Delegate Pre-Registration Rate (until 11/1/16) Onsite Rate Corporate / Industry $595 $795 Hospital / Healthcare Professional $350…
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Allow us to re-introduce ourselves: We are U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow. Have you seen our new look?
U.S. News & World Report brings its legacy of health care reporting, analysis and industry insights to life in this fourth annual leadership forum. Healthcare of Tomorrow unites a community of forward-thinking executives to exchange ideas, share best practices, and set new standards for patient care.
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The law didn't close a significant health care gap – access to high-quality, long-term care for all Americans who need help with basic daily activities, such as walking, eating, bathing and getting out of bed.
A new report prescribes a solution for a Medicare gap to help aging seniors – a universal, catastrophic long-term care insurance program.
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Emergency room visits haven't seen noteworthy increases, despite President Obama's health care reform efforts, according to a new study.
A new report shows plenty of Americans still received potentially costly care at the emergency room after the law took effect.
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What limits, if any, will legislators place on pharmaceutical companies to cut the cost of prescription drugs in the future?
Lawmakers want affordable health care, but none seem willing to ban pharma-backed advertising.
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If you haven’t already, make sure you sign up to receive e-news about this year’s forum, November 2-4 in Washington, DC. Stay up-to-date on speakers, sessions, sponsors and more.
http://www.usnewshot.com/sign-up-for-updates/
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Despite health care changes and medical school costs, prospective students can still make a difference as doctors.
Despite health care changes and medical school costs, prospective students can still make a difference as doctors.
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Read about the growing effort to arm home care aides and other non-medial workers with the power of data.
Skeptics say there are few studies confirming technology predicts problems, prevents hospitalizations or saves money.
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Improved patient care is on the horizon, thanks to technology.
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Trying to break into the health IT industry? Read the 2016 unofficial guide to learn how.
Cherie Lester, a Senior Healthcare IT Recruiter with Holland Square Group shares her insights on breaking into the health IT industry.
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Taking a serious look at occupational licensing laws may be a necessary step toward slowing down rising health care costs.
Licensing laws may help doctors protect their territory, but they're hurting patients.
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Join leading medical experts, renowned health care visionaries and top hospital executives in Washington, D.C.
Introduction

From November 2-4, 2016 in Washington D.C., an impressive roster of leading medical experts, renowned health care visionaries and top hospital executives will gather at the 4th annual leadership forum to address the most critical challenges facing the future of the hospital and health care industry.

Healthcare of Tomorrow is produced by U.S. News & World Report, one of the nation’s most influential media organizations and a world leader in industry rankings. For 23 years, U.S. News, through rigorous, data-supported analysis, has identified and ranked the best hospitals in the country.

Given the anticipated caliber of its speakers and presenters, Healthcare of Tomorrow will attract top-level health care executives from across all disciplines—CEOs, CIOs, CMOs and CFOs from thousands of hospitals throughout the country. Conferees will have the opportunity to participate in education sessions, workshops and round-table discussions led by the nation’s most distinguished healthcare experts and innovators.

Participation will be limited to 750 C-Suite executives. Those interested in attending, presenting or becoming a sponsor may visit www.USNewsHoT.com for up-to-date information.