Healthcare IT & Analytics Summit 2019

July 10-12, 2019 | USA

This event will provide a holistic view into the challenges and issues that IT & Analytics executives within the healthcare industry are facing today in an interactive and discussion based setting so that everyone can share best practices/lessons learned; what’s working and whats not.The Healthcare IT & Analytics Summit is a gathering for C-Suite & Industry Thought Leaders to discuss IT, Data & Analytics, and cybersecurity challenges currently facing the healthcare industry. We will examine such issues as patient care, controlling costs, improving reimbursements, securing patient and data privacy, and transforming data into actionable information to make smarter business and clinical decisions.

Spotlight

Health information technology (IT) and digital health are transforming the way that health care is delivered, managed, and improved—while empowering individuals to more effectively manage their health and navigate an increasingly complex healthcare system. Since enactment of the bipartisan Health Information Technology Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act on February 17, 2009, adoption of health IT, including electronic health records (EHRs), within the U.S. health care system has grown significantly and become the norm. As of December 31, 2017, nearly $38 billion has been spent under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) EHR Incentive Programs, established as a result of HITECH, in support of physician and hospital adoption and “meaningful use” of EHRs.


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California Healthcare Cybersecurity Forum

November 2, 2021 | USA

California Cybersecurity Forum is designed to take a deeper dive into cybersecurity for the past participants who have requested more cybersecurity education opportunities. The participants will also have the opportunity to network and learn from their peers in healthcare, life sciences and related organizations through interactive roundtable discussions, general sessions, individual presentations and panel discussions.

HFMA Annual Conference 2021

November 8-10, 2021 | USA

HFMA’s Annual Conference is the industry’s premier healthcare finance conference, attracting more than 3,800 professionals each year. Attendees look forward to interacting with peers, connecting with industry leaders and connecting with business partners on the show floor to gain insights on complex issues and solutions to solve problems.

Virtual Global Conference- Total Health

November 15-18, 2021 | UK

Healthcare is still in a crisis. Lessons learned during the pandemic - urgency, collaboration, speed of innovation - must now be applied to build a better healthcare system. As the world looks to the healthcare industry for guidance, Total Health is where its leaders come to set the agenda and change lives. More than just an event, Total Health is a movement. We Unite CEOs, innovators, disruptors and policy makers to set the roadmap for a system of full access and health equity.

Data & Analytics in Healthcare

December 2, 2021 | Canada

The ability to leverage data, analytics and big data in the healthcare space is revolutionary. The opportunity to quickly analyse accurate data enables decisionmakers to make choices regarding treatment, predict the path of large-scale health events, and plan long-term. Join us to help your organisation extract the best insights from data to enhance patient outcomes and workflows, while maintaining transparency and responsibility, at thecomplimentaryData & Analytics for Healthcarevirtual event.

Spotlight

Health information technology (IT) and digital health are transforming the way that health care is delivered, managed, and improved—while empowering individuals to more effectively manage their health and navigate an increasingly complex healthcare system. Since enactment of the bipartisan Health Information Technology Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act on February 17, 2009, adoption of health IT, including electronic health records (EHRs), within the U.S. health care system has grown significantly and become the norm. As of December 31, 2017, nearly $38 billion has been spent under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) EHR Incentive Programs, established as a result of HITECH, in support of physician and hospital adoption and “meaningful use” of EHRs.

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