PANELISTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2022 HEALTH CARE FORUM
Experts to focus on change in health care
IRVINE, CA (July 5, 2022)—The Orange County Business Council (OCBC) today announced its panelists for the 2022 Health Care Forum “Embracing Change in Health Care.” The Forum, which will feature a candid conversation with Orange County’s health care leaders as they discuss embracing change in the industry and innovations in patient wellness, will take place Thursday, August 4 at 8 a.m. in Newport Beach. Moderated by City of Hope, Orange County President Annette Walker, panelists include:
- Barry Arbuckle, Ph.D., President and Chief Executive Officer, MemorialCare
- Dr. Susan Huang, Chief Medical Officer, Providence Southern California
- Kathy Azeez-Narain, Vice President and Chief Digital Officer, Hoag
- Dr. Todd Newton, Medical Director, and Chief of Staff, Southern California Permanente Medical Group of Orange County
- Tatyana Popkova, Chief Strategy Officer, UCI Health
The forum, which includes breakfast, will be held at Lido House in Newport Beach, CA. For details and registration, visit www.ocbc.org.
Title sponsor of the 2022 Health Care Forum is City of Hope, Orange County. Gold sponsors include Hoag, Kaiser Permanente, MemorialCare, and UCI Health. Silver sponsor is Providence Healthcare.
About Orange County Business Council
For over 25 years, Orange County Business Council (OCBC) has been representing and promoting the region’s business community together with government and academia to enhance Orange County’s economic development. The Council’s core initiatives include advocating for adequate investment in regional and statewide infrastructure, education development that leads to a competitive workforce, advocating for a supply and range of housing for the workforce, developing pro-business solutions that lead to economic growth, and quality of life. Member organizations include businesses and local organizations representing a diverse cross section of industries including biomedical, construction, education, financial services, health care, manufacturing, municipalities, nonprofit, real estate, technology, tourism, transportation, real estate and utilities. For more information, visit www.ocbc.org.
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Lizz Mishreki, APR
Vice President of Communications, Orange County Business Council