Chamber Influenced by Indian Americans Launches Medical Alliance
The Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce's recently formed Medical Alliance had its inaugural meeting Wednesday night with over 80 guests in attendance. Georgia Insurance and Fire Commissioner John Oxendine was the guest speaker for the meeting held at The 1818 Club. Sponsors included Duke Realty, E2E Resources, Gwinnett Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, Horizon Bank, Shalin Financial Services, and Synergy America.
Commissioner Oxendine spoke to the group on the importance of the future relationship between providers and insurers and emerging trends in health insurance. Oxendine commented about the need for providers and insurers to find ways to work together to ensure the healthcare system's continued success.
The Gwinnett Medical Alliance (GMed) was formed to assemble a group under the umbrella of the Gwinnett Chamber for the medical community. A vision was brought forward for how the Gwinnett Chamber and the medical community can work together for positive results that embrace all components of the medical community including the physicians, the hospitals, medical centers and the insurance industry.���
GMed Steering Committee members include Mani Krishnaswamy of Synergy America, Curt Williams of Gwinnett Pediatrics, Raymer Sale of E2E Resources, Dr. Kirti Shah of Kidney Hypertension Clinic, Rajesh Jyotishi of Shalin Financial and Candace Hayes of Southern Hematology.
The Alliance operates under the umbrella of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce. Its mission is to foster coalescence between medical, government and business officials. GMed offers a collaborative enjoinment with providers, insurers and medical suppliers and provides a forum for neutral exchange of trade issues.
To find out more or to get involved, contact Suzanne Adams at 770-232-8801 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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