Carlos A. Migoya, President and CEO, Jackson Health System (left), makes a point during the conference as Steven Altschuler, Sr., M.D., CEO, UHealth-the University of Miami Health System (center) and Orlando L. Alvarez, Jr., Chief Strategy Officer, Cleveland Clinic Florida, gathered for a panel at the University of Miami on March 3, 2017.
Carlos A. Migoya, President and CEO, Jackson Health System (left), makes a point during the conference as Steven Altschuler, Sr., M.D., CEO, UHealth-the University of Miami Health System (center) and Orlando L. Alvarez, Jr., Chief Strategy Officer, Cleveland Clinic Florida, gathered for a panel at the University of Miami on March 3, 2017. José A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com
Carlos A. Migoya, President and CEO, Jackson Health System (left), makes a point during the conference as Steven Altschuler, Sr., M.D., CEO, UHealth-the University of Miami Health System (center) and Orlando L. Alvarez, Jr., Chief Strategy Officer, Cleveland Clinic Florida, gathered for a panel at the University of Miami on March 3, 2017. José A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com

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