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Healthcare Futurist Jack Uldrich to Deliver a Series of Keynotes to United Healthcare, Boston Scientific and Bausch & Lomb Leaders in September

August 20, 2013

Acclaimed healthcare futurist and best-selling author, Jack Uldrich has been selected to deliver the keynote presentations at United Healthcare, Boston Scientific and Bausch & Lomb in September. Uldrich will focus on future trends in healthcare as well as discuss the need for senior healthcare leaders to embrace the concept of "unlearning."

Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 20, 2013

Following upon the successes of his well-received speeches before the American Academies of Audiology and Neurology, popular keynote speaker, healthcare futurist, and best-selling author, Jack Uldrich has been selected to deliver keynote sessions at United Healthcare, Boston Scientific and Bausch & Lomb in September. The title of Uldrich's presentations–which will be tailored to the unique industry characteristics of each individual client–is "Why Future Trends in Healthcare Will Demand Unlearning."

The presentations, which are based on Uldrich’s two most recent books: "Foresight 20/20: A Futurist Explores the Trends Transforming Tomorrow" and "Higher Unlearning: 39 Post Requisite Lessons for Achieving a Successful Future" as well as his popular article, "Top Ten Trends in Healthcare," will begin by discussing how continued advances in information technologies, biotechnology, nanotechnology, robotics, radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, genomics, regenerative medicine, social networking and "Big Data" will radically transform the healthcare insurance, medical device and opthamology industries in the decade ahead. (A video of Mr. Uldrich discussing future trends can be viewed here.)

Uldrich will then focus on why these trends will demand unlearning and discuss why participants must embrace the concept of unlearning in order to achieve future success. Uldrich, who has been hailed as “America’s Chief Unlearning Officer,” will conclude by reviewing specific habits, customs, beliefs and ideas that healthcare professionals can—and must—unlearn. Throughout his talks, he will use vivid analogies and memorable stories, drawn from a wide spectrum of industries, to ensure his message of unlearning “sticks” with his audiences.

In the past year, Uldrich has addressed dozens of healthcare associations and hospitals, including the American Academy of Audiology, the American Academy of Neurologists, Alcetel-Lucent/Verizon Forum on Wireless Healthcare, United Healthcare, IASIS Healthcare, Methodist Hospital (Houston, TX), Allina Hospitals, The Healthcare Trustees of New York, The Iowa Healthcare Collaborative, Care Providers of Minnesota, St. Jude Medical, Fairview Hospitals, University Hospitals & Health System of Ohio, and healthcare associations in Colorado, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Tennessee, Utah and Wisconsin. He has also addressed a number of major, non-health-care-related corporations on the topic of unlearning including PepsiCo, Cisco, IBM, WiPro, Guardian Life Insurance and General Electric. Uldrich also frequently addresses Young Presidents Organization (YPO) and Chamber of Commerce events throughout the country.

Parties interested in learning more about Jack Uldrich, his books, his daily blog or his speaking availability are encouraged to visit his website at: http://www.jumpthecurve.net. Media wishing to know more about the event or interviewing Jack Uldrich can contact him directly at 612-267-1212 or jackuldrich(at)yahoo(dot)com.

Uldrich is a renowned global healthcare futurist, best-selling author; editor of the monthly newsletter, The Exponential Executive, and host of the award-winning websites, http://www.jumpthecurve.net and http://www.schoolofunlearning.com. He is currently represented by a number of professional speakers’ bureaus, including Leading Authorities, Executive Speakers Bureau and Convention Connection.

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