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Alan Levine to be keynote speaker at The Economic Club of Florida

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Alan Levine to be keynote speaker at The Economic Club of Florida

Ballad Health Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Alan Levine will be the keynote speaker for the next meeting of The Economic Club of Florida.

The Economic Club of Florida is recognized as “one of the South’s most important forums for current and rising state and business leaders to hear from prominent and distinguished speakers on the most important and relevant topics shaping our future and the world.” Past speakers include leaders at senior levels of government, military, education, economic policy, business, education and sports.

Levine will speak on Wednesday, May 12, from noon-1 p.m. about the current state of the healthcare industry and the drivers of change coming to the industry as it recovers from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. His remarks will be provided in-person at the Governor’s Club, and they also be available virtually.

Registration for Levine’s Economic Club presentation is free and available here.

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