Ladies First: eHealthcareWorld Prescribed a Forum to Help Save Women's
New York City--12/1/00: The eHealthcareWorld conference, December 4-6
in New York City, is where the sharpened online focus toward the women demographic
will receive a focus of its own through various panel discussions and sessions.
The three-day event at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center will provide physicians,
administrators, CEOs, industry analysts and other professionals with the information
necessary to effectively provide women's medical data in the new healthcare
A number of influential women have chosen eHealthcareWorld as the venue
to address many outlets attempting to utilize the Internet to maximize women's
health. As 10 percent of all Internet searches are for female health-related
information, and women between the ages of 18 and 45 represent the fastest growing
segment of the Internet market, the accuracy of data on the Web is critical.
"The Internet has transformed the way women obtain information," says
Donnica Moore, MD. "One of my personal goals is to help ensure that Web-accessible
women's health information is factual. eHealthcareWorld is the perfect place
to get my message out - that is why I keep coming back."
"We are honored to have so many female healthcare leaders participating
in our event," says Julie Brown, vice president of content for eHealthcareWorld
at eMarketWorld. "As a leading forum that helps prepare physicians and other
providers to meet the challenges of delivering accurate women's healthcare information
over the Internet, eHealthcareWorld is helping to save women's lives."
A sampling of eHealthcareWorld's female moderators, speakers and moderators
Donnica Moore, MD: the founder and President of DrDonnica.com. Moore
has been featured on more than 200 television segments, including frequent spots
on NBC's "Later Today" and "Weekend Today" Shows, and is currently heard daily
on her nationally syndicated radio spot "Dr. Donnica's Women's Health Report."
Wendy Borow-Johnson: President and CEO of RnetHealth.com, a digital
media company leveraging digital technologies of the Internet and television
to deliver traditional and behavioral health interactive intervention and self-help
programs. Ms. Borow-Johnson is the founding chair of content of eHealthcareWorld,
currently sitting on the Advisory Board.
Meg Walsh: the CEO of Oncology.com, one of the most comprehensive and
credible Web sites providing quality information and numerous resources for
those affected by cancer.
Kathleen Drennan: President of Drennan Healthcare International (DHI)
established her company to provide strategic guidance to pharmaceutical, academic
and other research organizations looking to bridge the gap between good science
and cost-effective business principles within the clinical trials and medical
research industry. Drennan also sits on the Advisory Board of Directors, eHealthcareWorld.
Dr. Holly Atkinson: President of AllHealth.com, the consumer health
channel on iVillage.com is the leading women's network online providing practical
solutions and everyday support for women between the ages of 25 and 54.
For more information about the event or the aforementioned women's involvement
in the conference, visit www.eHealthcareWorld.com.