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Sep 15 - 16

Spokane, WA

Davenport Hotel

NMIS 2010 occurs at a critical time in health care, when both health reform and health care information technology are hot topics across the country. Speakers will cover the latest developments in the health reform debate, and discuss the implications of Meaningful Use for both health care providers and hospitals. The agenda will feature a number of important topics, such as: Status of meaningful use regulations Implications for hospitals and physicians Implications for health care system as a whole (including insurers and patients) Tools to support implementation Ongoing and planned projects such as Regional Extension Centers and Beacon Community What is new with telehealth and Update on the status of health reform and a look ahead based on mid-year elections, with a particular emphasis on health information technology and telehealth Presented by Inland Northwest Health Services in collaboration with eHealth Initiative. Click here for information. Featuring National and Regional Speakers NMIS 2010 will feature both national and regional speakers. Click here to view the agenda. Networking Opportunities Networking with peers is a big part of NMIS. The sessions and social gatherings provide valuable opportunities to meet potential partners, mentors or collaborators for your upcoming projects. Each year, NMIS brings together several hundred individuals and organizations who are interested in moving ahead in the critical arena of health information technology. See the Latest Health IT Products and Services NMIS exhibitors showcase the latest in health IT products and services. Visit our exhibitors and sponsors page for more information about being a 2010 exhibitor or sponsor.

Anyone interested in Meaningful Use, health care reform and health information technology should attend this conference. Hospital Administrators, Physicians, Medical clinic staff, Researchers, Chief information officers, Health information technology staff, Public health officials, Health insurers, Health policy planners, and Information technology vendors are all recommended to attend.

Registration Opens: 06/01/2010 Cost: Full Conference $225

Contact Name: Alicia Haaland

ph: (888) 258-9632 email: HaalanA@inhs.org

Company Info:

Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS)


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