HIMSS Roundtables

HIMSS Roundtables are board-created groups focusing on strategic subjects and/or audiences for the Society. Each Roundtable has a specific core constituency – for example, chapter liaisons focusing on state legislative and regulatory issues. Roundtables, and their Chairs, serve at the discretion of the Chair of the HIMSS Board of Directors.

Chapter Advocacy Roundtable

Advocates from each chapter meet monthly to build grassroots support at the Chapter level in order to execute advocacy plans and educate state officials on health IT policy.

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Government Relations Roundtable

Monthly roundtables of key industry decision makers deliver counsel from the corporate member perspective to the HIMSS Public Policy Committee.

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Health Story Project Roundtable

Join the Health Story Project Roundtable to take an active role to advance the patient's story. Collaborate, network and engage with industry leaders on these quarterly meetings. Participation on the Health Story Project Roundtable is open to any HIMSS member.

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Interoperability & HIE Roundtable

Members of the I&HIE Professional Community are invited to attend HIMSS' I&HIE Community Roundtable sessions! Featuring presentations by industry leaders, updates on Interoperability and HIE policy and initiatives and valuable new resources for healthcare and health IT professionals, these events are your opportunity to connect with the people and ideas at the heart of the Interoperability and HIE industries.

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Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Roundtable

The Long-Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Roundtable helps shape the direction of HIMSS in serving the needs of LTPAC providers and vendors. The LTPAC Roundtable meetings focus on topics relevant to the LTPAC IT community, to include professional development, public policy initiatives, interoperability, and the value of health IT.

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State Advisory Roundtable

HIMSS State Advisory Roundtable engages state and national leaders representing state legislatures, HIT coordinators and current and former state officials and other experts in the field of health IT.

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