The Health Industry Council is a non-profit, member-driven organization dedicated to advancing and supporting the health industry in North Texas.
As a unique collaboration of organizations committed to the development and delivery of quality and innovative healthcare, the Council is the principal resource for networking and thought leadership in Dallas/Fort Worth.
The Council’s Mission:
- Create synergy among the organizations involved in healthcare, and work to make the region a recognized center for the health industry on a local, national and international level;
- Foster and implement projects and initiatives on a local, national, and international basis and serve as a forum for communication among members of an increasingly integrated health industry;
- Initiate and/or support direct and indirect regional economic development activities related to healthcare and biotechnology;
- Serve as an educational and informational resource on matters affecting industry development.
Council education programs are focused on the business of medicine and industry development, with topics on:
- Legal & Regulatory Affairs
- Technology & Innovations
- Worksite Wellness & Human Resources
- Business Development
- Access to Care & Quality Management
Council networking programs connect peer groups in the areas of:
- Hospitals & Health Systems
- Academic Institutions
- Public Health
- Design & Construction
- Living/ Post-Acute Care
- Marketing, Public Relations, and Business Development
- Workplace Wellness
- Device & Pharmaceuticals
Council strategy sessions provide a neutral ground for disparate segments of the industry to discuss innovations, barriers, ideologies, and solutions. Press releases and white papers are potential results of these expert-lead discussions.
Council promotion efforts are then focused on bringing regional and national recognition to the fact that North Texas is a united and innovative leader as the third largest health industry market in the United States.