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Early Bird Discounts Available on International Healthcare and Biotechnology Conferences, Save Up To $600 with Global Information
Date:5/22/2012

FARMINGTON, Conn., May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Global Information Inc is pleased to announce limited available early bird discounted registration for three significant international healthcare conferences:

2nd Annual World Health Care Congress – Latin America

October 29-30, 2012 - Sao Paulo, Brazil – The 2nd Annual World Health Care Congress – Latin America builds on a successful inaugural event and features best practices and innovations to deliver quality, cost-effective health care.

The first Annual World Health Care Congress-Latin America  convened health care's most senior international executives and government officials to share business cases, best-practices and actionable solutions to foster innovations that improve quality, cost and accountability.  The 2011 Congress featured the top industry influencers including Hans Dohmann, MD Municipal Secretary for Health, Brazil; Dr Pedro Garcia Aspillaga, Former Minister of Health of Chile; Sergio Cortes, State Secretary of Health, Brazil; Leandro Reis, Deputy Chairman, National Health Agency (ANS); Marcio Seroa de Araujo Coriolano, President; Bradesco Saude S/A, President;  FENASAUDE, Jose Seripieri, Chairman of Qualicorp; and many others.

Register for this conference before 2012/07/20 and receive a $600 early bird discount at http://www.giiconference.com/woco224416-2012/

Bio-IT World Expo Europe 2012

October 9-11, 2012 - Vienna, Austria - The Fourth Annual Bio-IT World Europe Conference & Expo attracts life sciences, pharmaceutical, informatics and IT professionals from across Europe and the rest of the world. This year's conference will feature
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