Steven J. Thompson, M.B.A., chief executive officer for Johns Hopkins Medicine International, will address the constituents at the “Well-Being and Medical Travel Conference 2012.” The event will take place on June 20-21, 2012, at The Phoenician luxury resort in Scottsdale, Ariz. (www.well-beingtravelconference.com).
Mr. Thompson was recently appointed by the President to the U.S. Travel and Tourism Advisory Board. With over 25 years of experience in various positions within academic medicine and academic health centers, he is the founder and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine International. The organization was established as the arm of Johns Hopkins Medicine providing a focus for all international activities. Its purpose is to establish international programs and businesses thatare consistent with and support the Johns Hopkins Medicine mission of excellence in clinical care, research and teaching. Mr. Thompson has a particular interest in identifying innovative ways for Johns Hopkins to collaborate with a wide range of partners to work towards the common objective of improving health and the quality of healthcare delivery around the world.
“Steven Thompson’s appointment to the U.S. Travel and Tourism Advisory Board demonstrates the value that health-related travel and tourism contributes to the U.S. economy,” said Anne Marie Moebes, executive vice president of Well-Being Travel, one of the co-sponsors of the upcoming conference. “Our Well-Being and Medical Travel Conference 2012 is an educational event. But it’s also a gathering of thought leaders that will spark innovations and propel the medical and wellness travel industries to new levels of adoption by consumers.”
The “Well-Being and Medical Travel Conference 2012” is positioned to make a major impact on the global health, wellness and medical travel industries because, for the first time, medical and wellness representatives will be exchanging insights on critical topics with travel providers and travel sellers who have worldwide customer databases.
To find out more about attending the Well-Being and Medical Travel Conference 2012 or participating as a sponsor, visit www.well-beingtravelconference.com or contact Debbie Press (888-854-0339 or email@example.com).