Creating a Sound Proposal for HIMSS17: A Detailed Overview
HIMSS17 Call for Proposals
The HIMSS17 Call for Proposals is now closed. Late proposals are not accepted.
What is a Call for Proposals?
The HIMSS Call for Proposals is the yearly request for proposals to be considered for the next HIMSS Annual Conference. Members act as peer reviewers for proposals within their area of expertise.
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the Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition provides world-class health IT and management systems education. Our Annual Conference Education Committee (ACEC), consisting of 12 appointed volunteers from all membership constituencies, carefully designs the program to meet the needs of our audience. Each year, HIMSS’s Annual Conference offers over 200 general education sessions that are selected from a peer-reviewed process. To ensure that our program’s content is timely, relevant, and optimally targeting our attendees’ needs, the ACEC selects from the submissions received during the “Call for Proposals” and may supplement programming by inviting speakers to fill any gaps identified.
HIMSS17 Call for Proposal Instructions and Requirements
- Become an Annual HIMSS Conference Speaker
- Getting Started
- Speaker Requirements
- Writing Guidelines
- HIMSS Publication & Recording Authorization
- Topic Categories
- Presentation Formats & Requirements
- Presentation Levels
- Learning Objectives
- Enduring Credit Questions
- Detailed Presentation Description
- How Proposals Are Evaluated
- Important Dates
- Blank Proposal Application
Annual HIMSS Conference Call for Proposal questions?
For technical questions, please contact HIMSS Help Desk at email@example.com.
For content questions, please contact Deb Clough, Manager, Annual Conference Education, firstname.lastname@example.org.