Jonathan Bush and Girish Navani are two dynamic health IT leaders whose companies compete head-to-head in the growing market for electronic health records and healthcare revenue management technology. Bush, the chairman and CEO of athenahealth, is an outspoken advocate for delivering Internet-enabled services to physicians. Navani, the chief executive and co-founder of eClinicalWorks, has built his firm into one of the country’s top providers of electronic health records. While each of these visionary executives has established his company as a major health IT player, each has used very different strategies to get there—and both see the future of this increasingly important sector unfolding in different ways.
To enlighten us on those differences—and to explore their implications for businesses and consumers—Xconomy is bringing together Bush and Navani for a frank, head-to-head discussion. Together on the same stage at a time when the U.S. government is pouring billions of dollars into the adoption of electronic health records, Bush and Navani will dive into the details about how they are taking on larger rivals—and each other. In the process, they will share their views on the future of health technology and the ways doctors and patients interact.
Moderated by Pamela McNamara, President, Cambridge Consultants
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