Mr. Sculley will explore how to create transformation within healthcare companies at invitation-only event
SUNRISE, Fla. (Nov. 6, 2018) – MDLIVE Inc., which is focused on delivering high-quality, convenient, cost-effective virtual medical, dermatological and behavioral healthcare, is excited to announce that John Sculley, former CEO of Pepsi-Cola and Apple and current Vice Chairman of cloud-based Pharmacy Benefit Management platform RxAdvance Corp., will deliver the keynote address at MDLIVE’s national Client Symposium. Mr. Sculley will offer his insights on how to facilitate transformation within healthcare companies along the event’s theme of digital disruption. MDLIVE’s Client Symposium provides industry experts and MDLIVE clients with the opportunity to network and explore cutting edge, virtual health management and care topics with best practice strategies.
“John’s wealth of marketing experience and longstanding record of successful business ventures in the tech industry and beyond make him an ideal keynote speaker at our symposium event,” said Rich Berner, Chief Executive Officer of MDLIVE. “We are eager to hear his insights around how healthcare companies can work to redefine themselves within the industry, and we are proud to be able to offer this unique learning opportunity to our clients.”
A live-streaming video of Mr. Sculley’s keynote address, beginning at 9:30 a.m. EST on Nov. 7, is accessible through the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXSmu9BRr9M.
A renowned expert in marketing, John Sculley is one of America’s best-known business leaders; few entrepreneurs have been as successful across so many fields. His most recent business venture, RxAdvance, is a cloud-based platform that helps pharmaceutical companies, hospitals and insurers manage chronically ill patients living at home. Like MDLIVE, John recognizes the potential in virtual healthcare and is dedicated to disrupting the healthcare industry through the integration of new technology. Prior to this venture, John was CEO of Pepsi-Cola and later CEO of Apple for more than 10 years.
John is a frequent guest on business television shows around the world. He has received 10 honorary PhD degrees, studied at Brown University and holds an MBA from Wharton.