Outpatient Care...

It’s the direction healthcare is going. And it’s happening right now.

The outpatient sector shows no signs of slowing down. New service, delivery,
and facility models are being introduced at a breakneck pace. In this
environment, a healthcare executive’s ability to pursue high-performance
strategies and partnerships is fundamental to the success of the
organization.

Have you developed a strategy to harness the opportunities this sector
holds? Do you have a road map for expanding your system or hospital?
Do you have all your partners in place?

And, most importantly, are you confident that the decisions you are
making today will yield the results you expect in five years?

As a senior executive, you need to constantly drive and direct – and
sometimes redirect -- outpatient development in order to meet your
organization’s long term objectives. To do this effectively, you need
to be able to anticipate the demands of a dynamic sector.

The 2008 Outpatient 100 Executive Conference, September 21-23, 2008 at
the Four Seasons Aviara, North San Diego, Calif., will take a hard
look at the strategies, expertise and course corrections that will
ensure success for you and your organization.

The conference will feature:

The conference is exclusively for senior executives from hospitals,
systems and affiliated physician groups with net patient revenue of
at least $100 million. It offers executives a valuable and unique
opportunity to network with peers facing similar outpatient services
challenges.

Attendance is limited to 200 provider executives. Reserve your spot today at:
http://store.hin.com/product.asp?itemid=3833

Please reference this customer code when registering: OP0903H

During the conference’s educational sessions, you’ll hear from
the industry’s top executives on:

Plus you’ll have an opportunity to network with your peers during discussion
groups and networking breakfasts, lunches and receptions.

Click here to view the full conference agenda:

Here's what your colleagues in the industry have said about OUTPATIENT 100.

"OUTPATIENT 100 was very well put together and content was timely and
relevant, making the overall experience very positive
and useful... a worthwhile trip."

— Patricia Daye, North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System
"This was one of the best outpatient conferences I have ever
attended. The sessions were not just theoretical, but practical.
It was great to hear the experiences of those who had implemented
certain ideas - both what worked and what did not. I will also use
this information as we begin to update our system's outpatient strategic plan."

— Jeff Whitton, Mountain States Health Alliance
"OUTPATIENT 100 is a valuable source of information. Each
year that I've attended I have been able to take away something to
improve our delivery of outpatient care and strengthen our position in
the marketplace."

— Douglas Bowling, Roper St. Francis Healthcare
"The conference was once again outstanding and afforded
many opportunities to learn from colleagues about new and innovative
trends in ambulatory care."

— Carolyn Knaup, WakeMed Raleigh Campus
"Conference topics were excellent and the event was well
organized. Excellent venue to discuss strategic opportunities for
outpatient services."

— Stephanie Roskovski, Butler Health System
"Overall the conference was excellent. The content of the
presentations is useful, pertinent, and valuable in our daily
attempts to make our operations more efficient, effective and profitable."

— Tom Romeo, VP, Berkshire Healthcare Systems

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from the industry insiders on
succeeding in the outpatient sector. Register today online at:
http://store.hin.com/product.asp?itemid=3833

Please reference this customer code when registering: OP0903H

Please feel free to contact our customer service department 888-446-3530
with any questions you may have.

Warm Regards,

Melanie Matthews
Executive Vice President
The Healthcare Intelligence Network
1913 Atlantic Avenue
Suite F4
Manasquan, NJ 08736
888-446-3530
http://www.hin.com