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Registration is now open Cost of the Conference is: NOHIMSS Members: $75 Non Members - $100 You may also purchase a table for 10 at a discounted rate of $650. Registration Link: https://www...
Speaker: Jonathan Siff
Welcome to the 2017 NOHIMSS Ohio Healthcare IT Advocacy Day. We are pleased to host a live and virtual event for this year's OHIT Day on April 5 th , 2017 between 11:30am-1:30pm (EDT). Please choose...
This NOHIMSS MEMBER ONLY EVENT will be held at Georgetown Restaurant in Lakewood, OH. A limit of 15 seats will be available. Mr. Reichert will be sharing some of his experiences including his journey...
Speaker: Jennifer Staley
“Securing an Engaged Patient” explores the duality of vesting patients in their own healthcare through engaging in Health Information Exchange with their care teams, while assuring security and...
We invite members and their colleagues in Health Informatics, Quality Improvement Initiatives, Revenue Cycle, Operations, and Clinical Practice – both ambulatory and hospital-based, to join us for an...
Speaker: Barbara Bungard
IHE USA is gearing up for the next IHE North American (NA) Connectathon 2017 taking place January 23 – 27, 2017 at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland and HIMSS Innovation Center. Are you...
National speakers, industry leaders, and tours of HIMSS Innovation Center’s brand new Cybersecurity Hub makes SummitHCD@HIMSS the BEST ever day out of the office. See attached pdf for more details.
Please join us for the debut of the HIMSS Cybersecurity Hub — a new flagship component of the HIMSS Innovation Center. Explore the most current viewpoint of the continuously changing cybersecurity...
Don’t miss the Cleveland Summit on September 29 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Global Center for Health Innovation. This half-day event is dedicated to one of the most topical issues in America today:...
Doctor and Surgeon for over 30 years with extensive knowledge of medical technology and the latest advancements in the field. The combination has allowed him understand the technical aspects of...
Register now to attend on Thursday, May 26th. We are planning an all-day Northern Ohio focused HIT event that will take place at the Cleveland Convention Center and HIMSS Innovation Center. The event day will consist of both a conference portion and a trade faire portion. For more details, contact Robert Glanville at (541) 994-0101 or firstname.lastname@example.org CP/CAHIMSS professional credits for this conference has been approved for 4.25 CEUs for NOHIMSS and HIMSS members
Enjoy wines from around the world and plenty of food during this grand social and networking event. Only costs $40. Valent parking is included!
The subject matter to be discussed in this webinar is how informatics facilitates the early detection and treatment of Sepsis. Specific details and examples will be reviewed on how clinical informatics can facilitate the implementation of life saving measures, in a timely fashion, using what is available to all electronic healthcare systems. Discussion will include how informaticists take the available data and develop the tools to allow the data to become available to the clinician in a usable format.
Connected Solutions anytime and anywhere. Samsung, in partnership with Verizon invites you to explore how technology can help healthcare professionals to focus on providing the right treatments to ensure quicker recoveries.
SAVE THE DATE! The purpose of OHIT day is to bring the issue of Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) to the forefront of the political discussion and to directly engage state officials to address HIT for the benefit all Ohioans.
Topics include Downtime & Disaster Planning for Inpatient Nurses and Core Measure Sepsis Tools for Inpatient Nurses
In today’s healthcare organizations, information technology has become ever more important to the work of caring for patients, conducting research and educating new caregivers. Once a peripheral concern, IT systems have moved into the center of the average caregiver’s daily life. Now the evaluation, installation and management of IT is at the center of healthcare operations. Project Managers play an increasingly important role in managing the organization’s time and energy spent in evaluating, acquiring and integrating new systems and tools in an already time-challenged environment. This talk will highlight areas of PM practice that we at the Cleveland Clinic have found to be most helpful and compatible with a large academic healthcare institution’s technology project’s needs.
NOHIMSS is pleased to announce that we will be partnering with the Ohio HIMSS chapter to provide this networking luncheon at the 2016 HIMSS National Conference in Las Vegas.
Five days of industry collaboration, testing and education to advance interoperability
There has been an acceleration of technologies in healthcare over the past decade. This webinar will bring two distinctly separate topics to light. First, it will help to understand how to engage and manage change for physicians when implementing technologies. Second, the advancing future of these technologies is the effective exchange of health information. Discussing these technologies and their impact will be included
People, process and technology. All of these factors must be considered when the implementation of any new system is contemplated. What makes some systems successful and what makes some fail? Dr. Christine Hudak will discuss her research in this area focusing on the issues and concerns seen in putting a new system to the test. Whether it is a new EHR, a new Pharmacy system or a Public health system, there are common characteristics of success and failure. Based upon the work of Henry Lucas, this presentation will help you understand those characteristics and help you develop a roadmap to avoid failure.
NOHIMSS & KSU Webinar Series: Join us as we learn about health IT interoperability and how the industry is moving this effort forward to advance patient care and improve health outcomes. IHE, Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise and HIMSS, the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society, are two important industry conveners leading the charge. In the presentation, we will discuss their unique role, key initiatives and how you can get involved to grow your knowledge, future career and drive health IT interoperability.
The AMIA Nursing Informatics Working Group and the HIMSS Nursing Informatics Community are co-sponsoring a no-cost webinar for RNs pursuing advanced degrees in informatics, and others interested in the topic. “Enhanced Skillsets for Future Nursing Informatics Leaders” will be presented by Judy Murphy RN, FACMI, FHIMSS, FAAN, CNO & Director-Global Business Service at IBM Healthcare and Willa Fields DNSc, RN, FHIMSS, Professor, San Diego State University, School of Nursing. Susan K Newbold, PhD RN-BC FAAN FHIMSS CHTS-CP, will moderate the session
Rescheduled to After Rule is Published in November. The New Math in The Medical Practice: How the right tools, technology and services factor in the revenue equation OVERVIEW How are you addressing...