Our HIMSS National Capital Area Chapter will explore at our inaugural 2019 to 2020 season program how is HIT is enabling value-based care within the United States.
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This intensive two-day course focuses on current informatics trends and issues in health. It includes content for nurses interested in becoming Certified Informatics Nurses. Other clinical professionals working in informatics may wish to take the course to become exposed to the course topics.
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Building on over two years of collaborative engagement, the OMG will be launching the Business Process Management Plus (BPM+) Health community at their upcoming meeting in Nashville, TN in September.
23 - 27
U.S. National Health IT Week is a nationwide awareness week focused on catalyzing change in the U.S. health system.
23 - 27
GICHIMSS is honored to support National Health IT Week! National Health IT Week Call to Action! The central theme of U.S. National Health IT Week this year is supporting healthy communities—by addressing all the key factors that play a role in transforming healthcare.
The 2019 IntegraTe Conference will bring healthcare professionals together to hear compelling education topics geared towards executives in the Healthcare IT & Finance Landscape, to learn about all the latest technology and services available in this arena and to network with peers in this ever-changing field. This event is going to be exciting so don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to be involved.
Blood transfusion errors caused by patient misidentification can cause catastrophic morbidity or mortality. Nursing informaticists at a large academic healthcare system redesigned the patient identification verification process during blood transfusion administration in the operating room using barcode scanning and a dual patient identification band.
Join us as we look at how two health systems are increasing quality and closing gaps in care with their innovative telehealth initiatives.
Attend this webinar to learn about the Standard’s transactions and how it will improve the healthcare experience for patients and providers.
The nature of health information and technology is changing and growing at a rapid pace. This is resulting in career opportunities that are evolving quickly. The job titles, requirements and responsibilities are still being defined, yet there are clear market trends that are important for emerging professionals to recognize and understand. This webinar will focus on how the evolution of health information technology careers are providing emerging professionals opportunities that were unavailable just a few years ago. Details will be provided on the wide variety of roles available in the market today, where the industry is headed, and the skills and knowledge that are sought after. Tips on how to take advantage of these trends in your career and positioning yourself properly will be highlighted.
This session will present a comparative analysis of tools developed for assessing quality of clinical documentation using evidence-based criteria to compare metrics across these tools and select standardized tool.
Speakers will include subject matter experts in the field of health IT. Janet Lawless is the CEO and Founder of Center for Threat Intelligence, Kelly Summers, CNIO for UW Medicine IT Services, Andrew Bussman, a Clinical Informatics Educator at the UW Northwest Hospital & Medical Center, and Yooli Hardy, Director of Digital Health Innovation at Seattle Childrens will speak on how Healthcare Technology is rapidly growing.
HIMSS Oklahoma Chapter is a Gold Sponsor for this Educational event. Conference is hosted for all healthcare organizations (includes 8 continuing education hours).
In this webinar, you’ll hear from an experienced HIPAA Officer about the basic elements of a robust privacy compliance program.
It's National Health Informational Technology Week and DFW HIMSS is celebrating in style. Come out and join us as we hear from John Delano, the Regional CIO of Advent Health and Dr. Ruben Amarasingham, President & CEO of Pieces Technology.
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This program is approved for up to 14.5 continuing education (CE) hours for use in fulfilling the continuing education requirements of the Certified Professional in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CPHIMS) and the Certified Associate in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CAHIMS).
Supporting Orange County Ronald McDonald House
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HIMSS has partnered with HETT (Healthcare Excellence Through Technology), a leading UK event attracting over 3,000 healthcare attendees, 130 speakers and 120 exhibitors.
How Artificial Intelligence, Mobile Technology and Innovation Can Improve Wellness and Equity While Reducing Disparity: Adam Culbertson, Health IT Program Manager, Boston Children’s Hospital and Innovator as well as former Innovator-in-Residence, ONC, and Lenel James, CPEHR, CPHIT, Senior Project Manager, Industry Standards and eHealth National Programs, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association