The Clinical Engineering & IT Community will hold a series of five complimentary virtual Town Hall meetings this year as part of its continued effort to bring together healthcare technology management (HTM) professionals with their information technology colleagues.
Register today for the interactive 90-minute Virtual Town Hall series:
- February 13: The Role of Middleware Companies in Integration
- April 10: Clinician Concerns with MDI
- June 12: What’s Hot: Regulatory Agency Perspectives and Trends
- August 14: Calling all Teckies: mHealth Trends
- October 9: EHR Certification and Testing: What YOU Need to Know
- December 11: Wireless in the 4 Walls of the Hospital & Beyond…
The sessions are recorded and archived on the Clinical Engineering & IT Website
“The online Town Hall meetings have been an incredible resource, and helped to bring HTM and IT professionals together for meaningful and practical sessions to improve patient safety,” says AAMI President Mary Logan. The Virtual Town Hall meetings are hosted by Elliot Sloane, PhD, President of the Center for Healthcare Information Research and Policy. “Elliot Sloane has done an amazing job as moderator, helping to bring continuity to the series of Town Hall meetings and helping to keep the sessions relevant to attendees.” In 2012, more than 1,000 healthcare organizations, providers, manufacturers and other stakeholder groups participated in the Town Hall meetings.
“HIMSS is pleased to join ACCE & AAMI in enabling healthcare technology management and IT professionals to embrace the challenges they are seeing everyday through practical and innovative resources offered through the Town Hall Series” says HIMSS Director of Informatics Christel Anderson, MA.
About the Clinical Engineering & IT Community
Formed in 2008, the Clinical Engineering & IT Community is a collaboration among members of AAMI, ACCE (American College of Clinical Engineering) and HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society). (HIMSS). By pooling our resources through this collaboration, we are seeking to: foster a united voice for IT and clinical engineering concerns; and develop important resources, best practices, and networking opportunities to advance the interests of HTM-IT issues in healthcare.
Additionally, the Community features an e-mail-based listserv through which participants can ask questions, share best practices, and exchange ideas with colleagues who are facing similar technology convergence-related issues. Additional information is available at www.ceitcollaboration.org.