Posts Tagged: informatics

Making the Case for Public Health Informatics

Written with guest blogger Matt Roberts, Informatics Project Manager Inadequate information management leads to incomplete decision-making. Public health and healthcare decision-makers’ eyes routinely glaze over once information technology is mentioned. Return on investment is difficult to pinpoint, and millions of dollars appear to fall into IT black holes as the proposed product often arrives behind… Read more »

Clinical, Business & IT Leadership Collaboration Priorities for Innovative Health Organizations: Engagement, Outcomes, Data & Security

Please join in the discussion! HTRAC – HealthTech Research Advisory & Council MARCH 30 – April 1, 2014 – Astor Crown Plaza Hotel – New Orleans, LAhttp://midwest2014.htrac.org/ Clinical, Business & IT Leadership CollaborationPriorities for Innovative Health Organizations: Engagement, Outcomes, Data & Security Innovative Healtchare CXOs understand that a successful healthcare ecosystem requires collaboration from providers,… Read more »

Are you going to HIMSS 2012?

I’ll be attending this years HIMSS12 Annual Conference & Exhibition. February 20, 2012 at 7:00 AM – February 24, 2012 at 2:30 PM The Venetian Sands Expo and Convention Center , Las Vegas This event requires registration: http://www.himssconference.org/?src=sm HIMSS12 is the destination for thousands of like-minded healthcare executives, health IT professionals and clinicians who are… Read more »