Serving the Needs of the Baby Boomer Generation

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Date: Thursday, November 2, 2006
Time: 11:30 a.m. Eastern
Duration: 45-Minute Audio Conference

Who Should Attend:
Healthcare executives who are involved in the planning, development and implementation of programs that are specifically aimed at serving the healthcare needs of the baby boomer generation.

Dear Healthcare Executive,

Many healthcare organizations are already starting to address in their strategic plans the health implications of the aging baby boomer generation.

Join us on November 2nd for a 45-minute roundtable audio conference to discuss the implications of the aging baby boomer generation on the healthcare industry and how your healthcare organization is responding to these demands.

Attendance is Free, but space is limited to the first 15 registrants so register today!

During this 45-minute roundtable discussion, Baby Boomers: Developing Healthcare Programs To Serve an Aging Population, participants will discuss:

  • Creating programs specifically geared to baby boomers;
  • Communicating with boomers;
  • Developing preventive services for boomers;
  • Educating boomers on appropriate use of care;
  • And much, much more.

Each participant will receive a list of questions in advance of the program to prepare for the roundtable discussion. In addition, participants will also receive a transcript of the conference call proceedings. Participants in the call must be actively involved in their organizations' development and implementation of programs for baby boomers.

Click here to register online or call our customer service line at: 888-446-3530.

Thank you in advance for participating in this special opportunity.


Melanie Matthews
Executive Vice President
The Healthcare Intelligence Network
1913 Atlantic Avenue
Suite F4
Manasquan, NJ 08736

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