Health care innovators to discuss entrepreneurial opportunities, March 13

Innovation is driving the business of health care in southeast Michigan and entrepreneurs need to know the latest developments to keep a competitive edge.

Butzel Long is hosting a half-day program titled “The Autonomous Patient: Entrepreneurs Driving Health Care II” featuring leading area health care and business experts from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday. March 13, at Automation Alley, located at 2875 Bellingham in Troy. The cost is $50, which includes breakfast and lunch.

“We will discuss creative ideas regarding the next generation of health care,” said Robert H. Schwartz, co-chair of Butzel Long’s Health Care Industry Group. “This program will offer the latest information to health care entrepreneurs who are planning to take their business ventures to the next level.”

Butzel Long attorneys from the firm’s Health Care Practice Group will be featured along with several health care professionals.

The seminar will address topics including:

• Technology – The Impact of Industry 4.0 on Healthcare.
• Growing and Managing Change in  Health Care Delivery.
• Entrepreneurship in the Provider World.
• Is Technology Your Friend or Foe?
• Great Ideas: How do you plan to finance all of these changes?

For additional information or to register online, visit www.butzel.com/events/the-autonomous-patient-entrepreneurs-driving-health-care-iiwww.butzel.com/events/the-autonomous-patient-entrepreneurs-driving-health-care-ii. For inquiries, contact Nairi Bagdasarian at 313-225-7012 or email at bagdasarian@butzel.com.