The HealthCare Executive Group Kicks Off Webinar Series Healthcare Security: The New Normal

June 11th, 2015 / CitiBizList – After months of planning and development the HealthCare Executive Group (HCEG) is proud to announce the kickoff of their healthcare webinar series with Healthcare Security: The New Normal on June 17, 2015. An expert panel of industry professionals will discuss the security landscape, the threats, best practices and future initiatives.

The quarterly webinar series will focus on key critical issues outlined in HCEG?s Top 10. HCEG Webinars are designed to address the main issues faced by healthcare organizations in today?s evolving landscape. Led by industry leaders and experts from across the spectrum, each webinar enables members to further dive into key and trending topics, as identified by peer organizations at the HCEG Annual Forum, and further analyzed in the annual HTMS Industry Pulse.

With over 25-years as a leading network of thought-leaders within healthcare, HCEG continues to be a platform for industry-wide innovation and transformation through exclusive, ongoing opportunities available to members. Members of HCEG are on a mission to transform the Healthcare System through the exchange of information, ideas and experiences from key executives across the industry. Member specific access to industry insights, key trends and research opportunities from HCEG, will continue to encourage relevant dialog and provide valuable information that will ultimately contribute to the success of their organizations members and sponsors.

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About?HCEG

The HealthCare Executive Group is a national network of select healthcare executives and thought leaders, who navigate the tactical and strategic issues facing organizations today and provide a platform that promotes healthcare innovation and the development of life-long relationships. Originally the Managed Care Executive Group (MCEG), The HealthCare Executive Group (HCEG), was founded in 1988 by healthcare executives looking for a forum where the open exchange of ideas, opportunities for collaboration, and transformation dialogue could freely ensue