The business of healthcare is about patient care. The issues of safety, security, digitization, interoperability, best practices, and being all inclusive are intrinsic across the globe. We believe that getting healthcare leaders from around the world together, will provide us with invaluable solutions.
It takes collaboration, a willingness to work together and share learning, plus a great forum to make this happen. We hope you will join us.
- Voting rights on projects and content.
- Credits on published papers.
- Speakers’ bureau participation.
- Detailed membership directory.
- Quarterly updates on workgroup progress.
- Policy influencing and comment opportunities.
Global Engagement Network (GEN)
Bicgen Inc is pleased to announce the formation of an international conference in workgroup format, called the Global Engagement Network. The network is there to promote international business exchange work on optimized healthcare solutions. Executive leaders from around the world will convene to discuss, publish, and speak on innovative strategies and tactics for the business of healthcare.
The network will identify and present worldwide solutions to the healthcare industry’s most pressing problems. Participants will share their experiences of what has worked and what has not, to improve the business of patient care from multiple vantage points.
GEN Vs. Other HC Conferences
- International connections with peers.
- No endless presentations, panels or sales pitches.
- Access to financing and possible commercialization opportunities.
- Regulatory updates based on policy changes.
- Relationship building by working with new contacts as opposed to just networking.
Across the globe, healthcare faces a lot of issues. Our members will develop workgroups around specific areas of interest and allow for the sharing of solutions based on best practices and performance metrics in the field. We will focus on building a business exchange that fosters the development of real world solutions for solving common problems in healthcare delivery.
Workgroup topics include multiple topics.
- Covering rural populations.
- Privacy and security issues.
- Revenue cycle and value based payments.
- Using the information in big data.
- Co-production of health.
- Care continuity.
- Interoperability and usability.
- Benefits tied to incentives and rating scores.
- Vulnerable population work.
- Getting genomics and other omics into mainstream medicine.