This chapter event will include some interesting insights into connecting with patients on a level they want and need, how to balance technology with effective patient interaction, and how to increase caregiver awareness in support of the patient’s experience.
Join our panel of venture pundits in this Do-Not-Miss half-time huddle as we discuss a mid-year review of digital health investment. A HIMSS Innovation Community webinar
Join HIMSS as we discuss our Approved Education Partner (AEP) program.
As leaders in the field, these women share their unique perspectives on healthcare policy, clinical experience, transitioning to executive work, and taking advantage of new learning opportunities.
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If you want to prepare for the healthcare revolution, attend the 13th Annual Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Health IT Summit! This event provides the opportunity to speak directly with policy makers and expert leaders in federal, state, and local initiatives, that are challenging and propelling LTPAC—along with the rest of the healthcare continuum—into the next era of exchange and innovation.
Join the Austin Chapter of HIMSS for their upcoming event titled, "Interoperability: Policy and Practice."
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The theme of the CAPG Annual Conference 2017 will be From Volume to Value in the New World Order: What Now?
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This is a 2-1/2 day program defining the latest issues and advances in the direct physician use of healthcare information systems and technology.
This webinar will familiarize attendees with 42 CFR Part 2, discuss the positive and negative impact of the 2017 final rule and supplemental notice of proposed rulemaking, and identify strategies for complying with the more challenging aspects of the new rule.
Join the West Virginia Chapter of HIMSS for their upcoming chapter event on June 16th at the Stonewall Resort!
As digital transformation evolves, the process focuses on technology, identifiers and digital identities and a new way of engaging users, patients and customers. One of the transition challenges is that user identities are as diverse as human beings, their cultures, communities and organizations.