Are you a healthcare professional looking for a new challenge, or someone looking to transition into this field? Come learn from our expert panel from local digital healthcare organizations about these opportunities, get advice on how to transition your career, and learn how to find and land a new job. Come network with other professionals, and meet and hear from leaders in this industry who are hiring.
Come learn from your peers and experts and discuss hot topics in Healthcare IT in Idaho. We look forward to seeing you at the 2019 HIMSS Idaho Chapter Annual Conference on Thursday, April 4th.
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thought-provoking discussions and networking opportunities
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Last year's inaugural conference was a huge success as health IT professionals, clinicians, executives, and vendors from around the state came together for thought-provoking discussions and networking opportunities. We are thrilled to announce that this year the Indiana Chapter of HIMSS will be co-hosting with us.
Resilience is the key to its long-term strength and agility – empowering it to grow, to disrupt, to reinvent. In order to support this resilience, executive leadership must enable teams to access paradigm-shifting data, stay ahead of the curve, and maintain a patient-centric focus. Join a thought-provoking, dynamic discussion on the importance of the C-Suite’s role in building a resilient organization, through a focus on partnerships and how to move beyond the status quo to a more enhanced reality that connects data, people and processes to deliver more seamless, patient-centric care.
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Join us as we "Spring Into Action" during the HIMSS Iowa Chapter Spring 2019 Educational Conference. You will be able to earn CEU credits and learn more about medical devices relating to patient safety, legal aspects of telemedicine, and the EHR Vendor Market. We will have a special fire-side chat with UnityPoint Health's CIO, Laura Smith and Marshalltown Mayor, Joel Greer will host an in-depth discussion about Marshaltown Disaster Recovery.
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For its second conference edition, HIMSS Liège is putting the patients at the centre of the discussion, bringing them closer to hospitals through information and technology.
This annual award will recognize interdisciplinary care teams around the world who have achieved measurable, innovative impact within the healthcare system.
Join us on March 28th for a lively discussion on Cybersecurity Issues and Strategies in Healthcare
The Minnesota and Wisconsin Chapters of HIMSS will convene for a joint event. The goal of our event will be to bring together each respective chapter's members to meet and collaborate on topics related to healthcare and information technology.
This HIMSS Cybersecurity Community webinar is open to all. The presenter will discuss the perils of social media and how to mitigate those risks.
Learn how Providers are taking risk and driving towards Value
This panel will be an educational and engaging discussion about deciding what data to keep, what data you "have" to keep, best practices for retrieving and sharing data and the legal considerations for all of these actions.
Half-day Healthcare Blockchain forum that will provide the attendees with a better understanding of where the healthcare sector is headed and/or what they have accomplished to date.
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Health Datapalooza brings together leading innovators and change-makers to ensure the secure and meaningful transformation of data into new capabilities that deliver innovation in health transformation.
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The 2019 Texas Regional HIMSS Conference will be held March 25-26, 2019 in Austin, Texas. This is our 11th year for this exciting conference that brings together over 700 health IT professionals, clinicians, executives and vendors from around the state of Texas that focus on new innovations, opportunities and progressive solutions to improve healthcare technology.
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Expand your knowledge of human factors/ergonomics applied to health-care devices, environments, and end-users in a format that allows for interaction and exchange of knowledge among participants and presenters.
Raising deductibles and an increasingly challenging reimbursement environment have made it harder for provider organizations to maintain their financial health. In this session, attendees will hear a first-hand account of how one healthcare organization, facing inconsistent copay and balance collection rates, decided to automate the patient intake process.
Join your fellow Tennessee HIMSS and TN HFMA members for an afternoon of March Madness and networking.