HIMSS16 topics include Population Health, Cybersecurity and Big Data
National Health IT Week is a collaborative forum and virtual awareness week that assembles key healthcare constituents dedicated to working together to elevate the necessity of advancing health through the best use of information technology.
Having been a CIO at three of the top healthcare systems in the country, Drex DeFord is uniquely qualified to talk about some of the issues bearing down on today’s healthcare leaders. As an leader in the government healthcare, not-for-profit integrated delivery networks, research institutes, a for-profit venture-capital backed health system, and start-up CEO, have given him a great template of experiences to share with you. Some of the things on his “What I Believe” list might surprise you; others will make you laugh, but in the end there will be plenty to talk about as you consider creating your own list!
Dr. Pitt will discuss the future of telehealth as it relates to solution selection and clinical workflow.
Rebecca Madison will provide a status update on health information exchange and interoperability in Alaska.
Ron Emerson, Global Director of Healthcare for Polycom will address the future of telehealth and the developments making telehealth more ubiquitous in the healthcare ecosystem, resulting in greater access to higher quality of care.
3 full hours with USAC Staff to go through their programs and provide answers.
Social hour with your fellow chapter members.
Chicago welcomes the 2015 HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition, April 12-16, 2015, at McCormick Place. More than 38,000 healthcare industry professionals are expected to attend to discuss health IT issues and view innovative solutions designed to transform healthcare.
Leroy Harris will share his recent first hand experiences in West Africa where he was working to enhance coordination among agencies as they implement a pandemic response plan.
Join us in person or via webinar for a thought provoking presentation on the telemedicine by Stewart Ferguson, Ph.D. from the Alaska Native Tribal Health Comsotium on 3 Dec 2014 from noon to 1pm.
Hawaii / Alaska HIMSS Chapter Board Meeting
Patient engagement has been a major topic in the discussion of healthcare transformation. It is requirement in Meaningful Use and is regarded a key pillar in the success of ACOs and PCMH programs and healthcare delivery of the future.
Omnibus and Health Reform Presentation