SAO PAULO, April 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- As the Brazilian Healthcare industry is going through a disruptive phase, local and global business requirements will accelerate market trends and create unexpected challenges. In this unsettling scenario, companies must respond with speed and agility to identify new revenue streams and top-line growth in order to thrive in the healthcare market.
On the 12th of May, 2016, Frost & Sullivan's Growth Innovation and Leadership 2016: Brazil congress will become the exclusive stage to reveal new business models fueled by digital disruption and convergence.
Key topics such as health consumerism, foreign investments in the national health sector, health analytics, population health management, vertical integration, and consolidation of providers and payers are the major drivers of change in the Brazilian health sector for the next five years. During the Transformational Health Think Tank taking place in the afternoon from 14h30 to 17h at the Unique Hotel, eminent industry leaders and visionaries of the region along with Frost & Sullivan's global and local team will discuss the impacts of the economic crisis, business shifts and new models that are standing out.
"External forces are driving changes in the way healthcare is provided. Players will have to work in a collaborative and coordinated way to accomplish market needs. Representatives of different segments of the health industry will discuss the current scenario in Brazil and the new business models arising that will redefine the rules of competitiveness in the sector," explains Rita Ragazzi, Latin America Healthcare Manager at Frost & Sullivan, who will conduct the Transformational Health Think Tank.
The following industry thought leaders will present their insights throughout the event with industry presentations, a case study and interactive panels.
Dr. Ana Lisa Siqueira, CEO, Santa Celina Group
Dr. Claudio Lottenberg, CEO, Albert Einstein Israelite Hospital
Henning von Koss, COO, Hapvida
Fabio Scopeta, Latin America Leader, IBM Watson Health
João Paulo Baptista, President, BBI Financial
Esteban Rossi, Vice President & General Manager Latin America, Becton Dickinson
To know more about this global conference and/or to participate, please visit www.frost.com/GILBrazil
GIL 2016: Brazil is supported by Gold Sponsors: Impartner, Genesys, Interactive Intelligence, Unify and Silver Sponsors: Verint and Progress.
Next GIL Latin American events: Miami (December 2016), Mexico (April 2017).
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