The Central North Florida Chapter of the Health Information Management & Systems Society (HIMSS) - the global leader for this field - is offering a review course for the CPHIMS/CAHIMS certification which is recognized as the “premier” professional certification in health information technology (HIT).
Learn how Sheba Medical Center is building on leadership in research and information technology to accelerate innovation in digital health through a new strategy – Accelerate, Redesign and Collaborate (ARC).
25 - 27
Immerse yourself in a three-day concentration and benchmarking opportunity focusing on Cleveland Clinic's approach in a single administrative functional area.
TIGER VLE Event: Defining What Healthcare Informatics Is and Why Clear Definitions Are Needed
Learn how to get involved as a Partner of U.S. National Health IT (NHIT) Week, October 8-12, 2018
The Call for Committee Volunteers closes July 6, 2018
During the webinar, we will explore the background and current state of the opioid crisis in the United States.
Emily Cranston, Senior Threat Intelligence Analyst, FireEye – will provide a deep dive into recent events and current cyber trends in the healthcare industry.
Join us as we look at how healthcare providers and researchers are using Artificial Intelligence today to transform how they deliver patient outcomes.
Join us for a follow-up to the HIMSS18 Interoperability & HIE Breakfast Panel, Crisis Management: The Evolving Role of HIE
24 - 26
The premiere health IT conference for executives and information technology leaders from LTPAC sector.
This year we are hosting industry experts who will discuss elements of Emergency Management and Preparedness. We welcome and encourage members and aligned professionals to participate in this informative and educational discussion.
Chief Information Officer, Cris Ross, shares how Mayo Clinic applies data and analytics to support daily operations at Mayo Clinic, and how data and analytics are used for the discovery, translation and application of medical insights to clinical practice. Mr. Ross explores new frontiers in predictive analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
The National HIT Collaborative for the Underserved, Inc. (NHIT®), will be convening a Congressional Briefing titled: “Disaster Preparedness: Building An Innovative National Response Network in Underserved Communities - Building a 21st Century Health and Healthcare Infrastructure for Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, underserved and rural communities nationwide.” The briefing will cover Lessons learned from California, Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
19 - 28
Join us for a four (4) part virtual CAHIMS Review Course series beginning on Tuesday, June 16, 2018. Each two (2) hour class will cover a review of the CAHIMS competency areas using materials from the CAHIMS Review Guide and other supplementary materials.
19 - 21
HL7 FHIR DevDays is an event for IT professionals in healthcare, whether new to FHIR or with previous experience, to learn about FHIR in a collaborative environment.
18 - 20
Join HIMSS June 18 - 20, 2018 in Cleveland, OH for the Patient Experience Summit. It features expert speakers, panel discussions and workshops representing multiple healthcare professions and disciplines engaged in exploring innovative ways to demonstrate empathy and provide value to patients and caregivers throughout their journey of care.
The Call for Committee Volunteers is open June 15 to July 6, 2018
Becoming known as a thought leader and standing out from the crowd in your area of expertise and market area is vital for future success with your career and within your current organization. This session will provide insights into what personal branding is, why it is critical, and some ways to enhance your own brand.
The chance of experiencing pay disparity is greatest for female and non-white workers, according to results from the 2018 HIMSS U.S. Compensation Survey. One remarkable woman in health IT took her own path to achieving the career she wanted, despite these challenges. Join us to learn more about Denise Hines’ experience, and to discuss gender and racial disparity in the health IT workforce using results from the HIMSS study which, for the first time, includes compensation data based on race and ethnicity.