The Long-Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Roundtable helps shape the direction of HIMSS in serving the needs of LTPAC providers and vendors. The LTPAC Roundtable meetings focus on topics relevant to the LTPAC IT community, to include professional development, public policy initiatives, interoperability, and the value of health IT.
Purpose of LTPAC Roundtable:
- Educate: Offer tools and resources to enhance LTPAC networks.
- Connect: Provide opportunities for virtual and face-to-face knowledge exchange.
- Empower: Propose solutions to address concerns in the LTPAC marketplace.
LTPAC Roundtable Meetings:
The LTPAC Roundtable is chaired by two influential leaders in the LTPAC health information technology community: Gregory L. Alexander, PhD, RN, FAAN, Associate Professor, Sinclair School of Nursing, University of Missouri; and John F. Derr, RPh, CEO, JD & Associates Enterprises, Inc. These virtual meetings will be conducted each month and will focus on health IT-related topics relevant to LTPAC providers and vendors.
Topic: Environmental Scan of LTPAC Interoperable Health Information Technology Capabilities
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 | 10:00 am - 11:00 am CDT
Long-term care and post-acute care (LTPAC) providers are a critical component of the US health care system. As patients move between care settings, organizations are increasingly embracing health information technology to help facilitate these transitions. Yet there are questions as to the adoption of health information technology by LTPAC provider organizations. Join us as we hear from a professor at Indiana University as he presents the results of a recent nationwide survey of health IT capabilities in LTPAC facilities in the US and considers the implications of these findings.
Session SpeakerJoshua R. Vest, PhD, MPH
Director for the Center for Health Policy
Previous Roundtable Sessions
Materials from previous LTPAC Roundtable Meetings can be found on our webinar series page.
For more information about joining the LTPAC Roundtable, please contact HIMSS staff liaison Mike Kroll.