Health Connect South Announces Lineup for Sept. 24th Virtual Gathering

Staff Report

Friday, August 28th, 2020

Health Connect South, the largest multidisciplinary health gathering in the Southeast, has announced that it will hold its 7th annual gathering on Sept. 24th.

A virtual event, Health Connect South is committed to the mission of serving the health community as a platform to promote health collaborations throughout the Southeast.

"While we are all living in a time of challenges and changes, we are very excited to continue our tradition as the largest gathering of the health industry's top decision makers, innovators and next generation of health leaders," said Russ Lipari, founder and CEO of Health Connect South.

For a full list of speakers and to register to attend this virtual event, please visit:

This year, Health Connect South will showcase cutting edge sessions including; the COVID19 response and a future beyond the pandemic, the next chapters of healthcare delivery, disruptive healthcare technologies, health system collaboration during the current pandemic, the changing horizon of healthcare investing, health disparities and health equity advancement - and more.

For the 7th year in a row, we are honored to assemble the most remarkable health collaborations from individuals and institutions throughout the Southeast. We are also excited to share that we will have one-on-one networking throughout the event and will offer continuing education credits through ACHE, HFMA and HIMSS" said Lipari.

Health Connect South 2020 will feature distinguished speakers including; Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta Business Chronicle, Emory University, the founder of MedAssets and former assistant secretary of HHS, Cox Enterprises, Morehouse School of Medicine, Grady Health System, Goldman Sachs, King & Spalding, Verizon Business Group, Georgia Tech, 11Ten, Hudson Alpha, BlackRock, Auburn University, The CDC Foundation, Georgia Health News, Shepherd Center, Walmart Health, WellStar Health System, Mercer University, Hatteras Ventures, Northeast Georgia Health System and more.