Hospital of Tomorrow, produced by U.S. News and World Report, is now officially accepting registrations for its upcoming event. Taking place November 4th through the 6th in Washington, D.C., the executive-level conference will unite the country’s foremost medical professionals from across all disciplines to address the critical challenges facing hospitals and health systems today.
Organizers are limiting the size of the event to 750 delegates in an effort to create an environment that facilitates networking and idea sharing. Additionally, all registrations are subject to review to maintain the executive-level nature of the conference. According to Brian Kelly, Editor and Chief Content Officer of U.S. News & World Report, “Hospital of Tomorrow will examine the most pressing challenges—and the optimal solutions—facing the hospital industry with distinguished healthcare experts and thought leaders from across the nation. We’re expecting an audience comprised of executives representing current and aspiring ‘Best Hospitals,’ as well as other top professionals who are on the cutting edge of medicine’s trends—in technology, personnel, patient care, finance and more.”