FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TriageLogic Supports Senior Executive Women in Health Care by Sponsoring the WBL Foundation at the 15th Annual WBL Summit, March 16-18, Amelia Island, Florida.
Jacksonville, Florida (March 3, 2016) – TriageLogic is delighted to announce its sponsorship of the Women Business Leaders (WBL) of the U.S. Health Care Industry Foundation and WBL’s 15th Annual Summit.
WBL is a national organization for senior executive women leaders in health care with a mission to harness these leaders’ collective power to improve the health care industry. WBL brings women who run health care organizations together in the same room, breaks industry silos, and creates meaningful opportunities for cross-industry dialogue. WBL also works to increase visibility of the benefits of having women and women health care leaders on a board of directors and facilitates the sharing of board opportunities among its membership.
The Summit is the group’s annual meeting, bringing 200 CEOs and C-Suite leaders from the $3 trillion health care industry together in one place. The three-day event will focus on Innovative Leadership and educate leaders on ways to innovate their leadership, their organizations, and their industry.
The Summit will be held March 16-18 at the Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island in Amelia Island, Florida. TriageLogic started sponsoring the WBL at the beginning of 2016.
“We all know that to improve health and wellness, we need to make healthcare accessible 24/7. We are excited to share our expertise in Telehealth services, technology, and mobile applications with conference participants.” – Charu Raheja, PhD, Chair and CEO of TriageLogic.
Notable speakers at the Summit include:
• Ginger Graham, Board Member of Walgreens Boots Alliance (NASDAQ: WBA) and Genomic Health (NASDAQ: GHDX)
• Decorated military officer, Kari Granger
• Susan Salka, President & CEO of AMN Healthcare (NYSE: AHS) and Board Member of McKesson (NYSE: MCK)
• Jennifer Shirkani, author of Ego vs. EQ
• Sara Laschever, founding faculty member of the Carnegie Mellon Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women and co-author of Women Don’t Ask
Sponsors of the 2016 Summit include
Amgen, UnitedHealth Group, AMN Healthcare, McKesson, Catholic Health Initiatives, Healthways, Medecision, Mintz Levin, TEAMHealth, CompHealth, EpsteinBecker&Green, Highmark, MCG – Part of Hearst Health Network, Navigant, Envolve, GlaxoSmithKline, Healthcare Leadership Council, HealthHelp, LockeLord, Theravance Biopharma, Inc., Trustmark Companies, APCO Worldwide, Chandler Group Executive Search, Change Healthcare, CSC, Dobson DaVanzo & Associates, HermanMiller Healthcare, Projé Inc, SelectAccount, and Triage Logic.
For more information about the WBL Summit, visit www.wblsummit.org.
Founded in 2005, TriageLogic is a URAC accredited, physician-led, provider of high-quality telephone nurse triage services, triage education, and software for telephone medicine. TriageLogic integrates a unique blend of innovative communication solutions with medical expertise based on practical experience and a thorough understanding of the field. The TriageLogic group serves over 7,000 physicians and covers over 18 million lives nationwide. Whether you need nurse triage software for your call center or office, an outsourced nurse triage service, or Telehealth technology, TriageLogic has a customized, cost effective product to meet your needs.
The Women Business Leaders of the U.S. Health Care Industry Foundation™ is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to meeting the unmet needs of senior executive women and women board members. WBL’s network includes more than 3,300 women around the U.S. and the world who do business in the U.S. health care industry. WBL crosses silos and is a place for women on the executive teams of insurance, hospitals, life sciences, and other types of health care companies to have honest conversations about their industry. The mission of WBL is to connect and convene senior executive women from across the health care industry to create meaningful cross-sector relationships, expand their leadership, and harness their collective power to improve the industry. To learn more, visit wbl.org.