Join us in three key cities across the United Kingdom for a number of highly interactive and disruptive CXO Dialogue Series.
13 - 15
Explore the evolution of the patient experience movement to see how healthcare is extending empathy in an increasingly digital environment.
Join MDHIMSS for their annual spring golf event
Career opportunities are vast for individuals pursuing and/or progressing in nursing informatics. In conjunction with National Nurses Week and the second installment of the two-part series, three nurses share their journeys as an entrepreneur, hospital & academia, and market supplier role in nursing informatics.
9 - 10
The CMSS Registry Summit and Spring Meeting will provide an opportunity to interact with and learn from specialty society leaders, registry and quality leaders, industry partners and thought leaders.
The Louisiana Chapter of HIMSS brings another nursing informatics bootcamp to New Orleans.
Continuing education is a proactive way to improve your professional profile and employment prospects. Maintaining industry relevance while keeping your CV/Resume dynamic can make a powerful statement about your career commitment.
This webinar will focus on healthcare systems across Europe that are facing new challenges with increased budgetary pressure in combination with the ageing population (both cited as key challenges).
Nursing Informatics (NI) provides the connection between IT, patient care, and the interprofessional healthcare team. Informatics nurses serve as facilitators and mediators between both patient care and health IT and are vital for successful delivery of care. In conjunction with National Nurses Week, learn about the foundations of nursing informatics, nursing informatics scope & standards of practice, and ways that healthcare organizations can develop an engaged nursing informatics culture.
The Northern California and Southern California Chapters of HIMSS are pleased to invite you to their annual State HIT Day on May 7th, 2019 in Sacramento at the Capitol Event Center.
Parkview Health, InfraGard Indiana Members Alliance, and Northeast Indiana Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), invite you to an engaging summit about present-day cybersecurity risks to healthcare organizations.
6 - 8
NCPDP's Annual Technology & Business Conference brings together representatives from more than 350 companies focused on improving healthcare delivery.
The National Capital Healthcare Executives (NCHE), the local American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Chapter, in conjunction with the George Mason University Master of Health Administration Leaders of Tomorrow (MHALT), are sponsoring an outstanding symposium.
This one-day, in-person Review Course will provide an interactive and fast-paced survey to aid in the knowledge transfer process, and is an excellent review of each CPHIMS topic, ensuring you are familiar with all areas covered by the CPHIMS exam. We are offering an option to take the exam right after the course. We are limited to 25 participants.
This program is designed for a diverse audience – informaticists, technical/business/data analysts, service line leaders and executives – looking to grow their knowledge about data management, data governance and advancing analytics.
Our security experts return for another rousing round of Q&A on topics such as the most recent healthcare attacks and organizational impact.
29 - 30
There will be a full HIT Advocacy Day on Tuesday, April 30, 2019. Representatives from DVHIMSS, Western PA HIMSS and Central PA HIMSS
Join us for appetizers, drinks, and networking during this open house event. We will have several hands-on exhibits of prevailing and emerging technologies in healthcare such as:
We will explore the exciting ways that technology is changing the way that patients can receive care and interact with their care team. From real-world case studies, you will learn the about different ways care providers are getting a more holistic picture of their patients through the Social Determinants of Health, how technology is enabling patients to receive care anywhere, and how new technologies like voice, chatbots, and mobile apps are upending the traditional constraints of healthcare.
Healthcare Cybersecurity Specialist Larry Trotter II talks about what it takes to build a Security Awareness program and its value to Healthcare Providers and Insurers.