PONTIAC — Medical Main Street’s Inno-Vention 2014 conference is now taking registration from companies interested in face-to-face meetings with purchasing agents from major health care providers in Michigan.
The meetings will take place Oct. 22 during Inno-Vention 2014, Medical Main Street’s annual conference, Oct. 21- 22 at The Suburban Collection Showcase in Novi.
Representatives from Henry Ford Health System, Detroit Medical Center, Spectrum Health, Saint Joseph Mercy Oakland/CHE Trinity Health, Beaumont Health System and Priority Health will all have representatives present for the matchmaking sessions at the event.
Representatives from the Inno-Vention partner Michigan Economic Development Corp. will pre-select companies and set appointments for Oct. 22. Michigan companies can register through Pure Michigan Business Connect at http://puremichiganb2b.com/b2b-web/#INNOVENTION. Conference registration is not included in the PMBC application. To register for Inno-Vention, visit www.MedicalMainStreet.com.
Inno-Vention 2014, now in its third year, will feature an expansion of its popular Demonstration Alley, with companies exhibiting the latest medical technology innovations. There will also be expert panel discussions on intellectual property, accountable care organizations, health and wellness as an asset, and mobile health care.
Last year’s conference attracted more than 600 health professionals, clinicians, investors and suppliers. In 2008, Patterson created Medical Main Street with the area’s leaders in health care, research and development, education and industry.