The Health Care Conference will be held at Harvard Business School, 117 Western Ave, Boston, MA.  Due to campus construction at Burden Hall, this year's keynotes will be held at Shad Hall with break-out sessions in Aldrich Hall, Spangler Auditorium and Batten Hall.  Check in for the conference will occur in the Williams Room at Spangler Center. Dress code is business formal.

Campus Map:



What do I put in my GPS?

117 Western Ave
Boston, MA

From Logan Airport: Follow signs for I-90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike/Ted Williams Tunnel). Take I-90 West to exit #20 for Brighton/Cambridge. See below.

From west of Boston: Take I-90 East (Massachusetts Turnpike) to exit #18 for Allston/Cambridge. See below.

From north and south of Boston: Take I-93 (North or South) to exit #20 for I-90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike). Take I-90 West to exit #20 for Brighton/Cambridge. See below.

From I-90 (Massachusetts Turnpike) (see above for exit numbers): After the tollbooth, bear right toward Cambridge. Continue through the first set of lights and get in the left lane. Turn left onto Soldiers Field Road just past the second set of lights and before the bridge. Turn left on to Western Avenue at the first stoplight. Enter the campus through the Batten Way entrance on the right.



The parking booth for the main parking lot is located off of Batten Way near Spangler Center.  Parking is available for $8 per day in the surface lot at HBS. Payment is cash only.

Metered parking is available in the Harvard Innovation Lab lot off of Western Avenue and in the parking garage off of East Drive. 



Coming by MBTA, take the Red Line to Harvard Square. John F. Kennedy Street runs through the center of Harvard Square. Walk south on John F. Kennedy Street, crossing over the Charles River on the Anderson Bridge. The Harvard Business School is on the left, after the bridge. Take the first entrance leading into the campus.

The #66 bus runs down JFK Street and North Harvard Street between Harvard Square and Western Avenue.




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