Female leaders in health IT represent only 30% of senior leadership. It’s not yet a level playing field. Apart from the domain knowledge and experience women bring to their role, as leaders we need to ground ourselves from the inside. We need to choose the roles that are a good fit so we’re both fulfilled and successful. In doing this well, we also want to model a different kind of leadership – leadership that sees and empowers the best in others and creates a satisfying team experience in service of our ultimate customers – the patients our organizations care for.
Please join us for an educational virtual event with Northwestern's Dr. Lisa Janeway as she takes us on a journey to learn about usability concerns and best practices when designing and implementing electronic health records. This event qualifies for educational credits for Nursing CEUs as well as CAHIMS and CPHIMS credits.
Save the Date for the Georgia Chapter of HIMSS Outreach Event at the Piedmont Columbus Regional Conference Center, in Columbus, GA.
This full day 8 hour Review Course will provide an interactive and fast-paced survey to aid in the knowledge transfer process, and is an excellent review of each topic, ensuring you are familiar with all areas covered by the CPHIMS exam.
Moshe Starkman: Population Health/Analytics & The Impact on MACRA/ACOs
Angela Flanagan: "eCQM Clinical Quality Language (CQL) Basics" Concepts about New eCQM Expression Language Logic
Jen Jones: EMR Selction"Tips & Tricks for Making EMR/API Selection Sucessful"
Ashley Rhude:Promoting Interoperability Requirements for Hospitals/Clinics in 2019
CHIMSS will hold its Spring Conference on June 14, 2019 at the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center in Aurora. Our keynote is Lee Pierce from Sirius Healthcare, and we'll also hear experts from Centura Health, UCHealth and Context.ai.
The CNFLHIMSS Chapter is hosting its 2nd annual Women in Health IT Conference (WHIT). A networking social will also be held, with the option of social only registration.
Join your friends and colleagues from CNFLHIMSS for the final networking event of the 2018-2019 member year in the Orlando area. Let’s usher in the summer season with a great gathering to celebrate our accomplishments and to connect with valued peers and partners.
Join the Ontario Chapter of HIMSS, Dr. Denise Hines, Chief Americas Officer at HIMSS, and Dr. Anne Snowdon Chair of WIN and CEO and Scientific Director at SCAN Health at our Annual General Meeting retreat at the Shaw Club in Niagara-on-the-Lake on June 13th 2019.
Join us for a discussion with the Alaska & Hawaii HIE Leadership Teams to learn more about their take on interoperability and key initiatives.
13 - 14
The Colorado Chapter of HIMSS presents The New World of Data in Healthcare. The conference is being held at the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center.
13 - 14
It's here and it's now. The influence of machine learning and artificial Intelligence is being felt throughout healthcare. Whether through clinical use, payments, and more; it has the power to revitalize the industry. But with this come challenges.
This webinar will focus on what career advancement really means and the tools and resources you will need to be successful.
12 - 14
The Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) Annual Meeting will be held June 12-14, 2019 in New Orleans, LA.
This session will focus on behavioral science concepts underlying information behavior to inform workplace practices for enabling behaviors promoting wellness with engagement through reduced information anxiety via addressing cognitive overload, managing stress and promoting civility among those with whom we interface.
Andrew Eye, CEO of ClosedLoop.ai will walk us through relevant technologies in easily understandable terms and then dive into real world applications and use cases.
Access to data with predictive analytics allows nurses to make proactive scheduling decisions. The results allow flexibility in staff scheduling and has led to the elimination of premium and agency staff. Empower your staff and improve your work culture by inviting your staff to participate in schedule decision- making. Build trust and collaboration and enjoy improved staff and patient satisfaction.
11 - 13
The conference theme will focus on innovation and will address international hot topics including consumer health, the ownership, access and use of data in health, artificial intelligence and ageing, amongst others.
6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament & Dinner