Wayne, PA – January 10, 2012 – The Advisory Board for “Crossing the Infrastructure and HITECH Meaningful Divide – Crossing Traditional Boundaries” has chosen IPR’s Chief Business Development Officer, Rich Carroll to serve on its Board for their two-day March symposium.
The symposium is being touted as a “must attend” opportunity for Health and University Life Sciences Information Technology professionals from diverse sectors, disciplines, and perspectives come together again in an engaging and informative structured symposium that is collaboratively designed around conversation on breaking barriers crossing the healthcare infrastructure technology meaningful divide as we continue to challenge traditional boundaries.
The symposium is scheduled for March 22nd and 23rd and will be held at the Radisson Valley Forge in King of Prussia, PA, and is hosted by 7×24 Exchange Delaware Valley Chapter and AFCOM Mid-Atlantic Chapter.
Please note that on-site registration is not available for this event.
If you are interested in being a Sponsor or Exhibitor, please email Donna Manley at MANLEYDM@ISC.UPENN.EDU or call 484-643-0840. Limited space is available.
IPR International is a recognized industry leader and through its comprehensive suite of solutions, IPR protects, preserves, secures and makes available client’s data at all times, no matter when or where the data was created and no matter when or where it is needed. Through constantly improving and evolving services combined with a mandate for security, integrity, availability and ingenuity, IPR helps its clients maintain their own business operations and supports them through any interruptions. IPR is headquartered in Wayne, PA and serves clients in 17 countries worldwide.
For more information, press only: Jeanette Brown, 484.540.9026