CORAL GABLES, Fla., March 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- DRESNICK HEALTHCARE ADVISORS announced that Stephen Dresnick, M.D., CEO, of Dresnick Healthcare Advisors (www.dresnickhealthcare.com), will be the keynote speaker, for the Spring Break for Wall Street 2011 Medical Dinner Forum, on Wednesday, March 30th.
Hosted by LDV Capital Management (http://www.ldvcapitalmanagement.com/), the event will be held at Deer Creek Country Club, 2801 Country Club Blvd., Deerfield Beach, FL., beginning with a cocktail hour at 5:00 p.m. This is the Third Annual Spring Break for Wall Street Medical Dinner Forum.
Stephen Dresnick, M.D., stated: "Dresnick Healthcare Advisors is no stranger to this event. Last year, we went as a guest of some of our clients. It was a very productive event. Many doctors, scientists, money managers, venture capitalists, and public companies were in attendance."
Dr. Dresnick will discuss the current state of healthcare and how the industry is affecting the American economy. He will discuss federal and state legislation and how it is affecting medical facility purchasing and cost control. He will also talk about how new products and services need to be introduced if they are to be successful. More importantly, he will discuss the impact of healthcare reform on patients, young and old.
Dr. Dresnick went on to say: "Healthcare is at a critical moment. To succeed going forward, companies will need to be innovative, agile and keep cost in mind. There are great business and investment opportunities for those that respond to changing market conditions. Dresnick Healthcare Advisors is happy to invite all its clients, and interested parties. All persons, or parties interested in attending, need to pre-register by clicking on the link below, to receive complimentary admission."
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(Check box: Special Guest of DRESNICK HEALTHCARE ADVISORS)
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Call 954-461-8166 or 786-268-0995
ABOUT STEPHEN DRESNICK, M.D., CEO:
Stephen J. Dresnick is President and CEO of Dresnick Healthcare Advisors (DHA). Prior to founding DHA, Dr. Dresnick was founder and CEO of Solis Healthcare, which acquired and managed two general medical hospitals, totaling 300 beds and revenues in excess of $110 million annually, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. From 2004-2005 he was CEO of Sterling Healthcare, a clinical outsourcing company he bought out of bankruptcy, which contracted with 215 hospitals in 32 states and which had revenues of $350 million in 2005. From 1999 through 2004, he was president of Sterling Health Solutions, which was a medical billing company focused on hospital based specialties. From 1987 through 1998, Dr. Dresnick served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Sterling Healthcare Group, Inc. from its founding through its sale to FPA in 1996 in a transaction valued at $220 million.
Sterling was highlighted over the years in a variety of forums, being named number six on the Inc. 500 list in 1992, ranking 53 in the Miami Herald's top Florida companies, and ranking 101 in Florida Trend's top 250 public companies. In 1996 Sterling was listed number 31 by Business Week Magazine of "hot growth companies."
Twice a finalist for the Greater of Miami Chamber of Commerce "Cutting Edge Award," Dr. Dresnick was recognized in 1996 by Ernst and Young, USA Today and NASDAQ as Florida's Healthcare Entrepreneur of the Year. In addition, Dr. Dresnick was chosen for the "Physician Business Leadership" award by Medical Business of South Florida during 1996.
ABOUT LDV CAPITAL MANAGEMENT: LDV Capital Management is a Registered Investment Advisory firm licensed with the state of Florida specializing in Financial Advisory, Mergers & Acquisitions, Fairness Opinions and Investment Banking. Its President and Founder is James DePelisi. Mr. DePelisi is also the President of the 45-year-old Stock and Bond Club of South Florida (www.SBCSF.org). The Stock & Bond Club of South Florida dinner association is one of largest investment advisor associations in Florida. Over 150 companies have presented before its assembly in the past 16 years, including notable companies: Aflac (http://www.aflac.com); Gold Corp (http://www.goldcorp.com); Cemex (http://www.cemex.com); and Novartis (http://www.novartis.com). General Electric (www.ge.com) and BB&T (www.bbandt.com) have been the two companies to recently present before the Stock & Bond Club assembly in 2011, thus far.
SOURCE Dresnick Healthcare Advisors