Jun 11 - 12

Washington, DC

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

GHIT Conference & Exhibition is your exclusive opportunity to: • Explore the best use of health IT and management systems devoted to the needs of the public sector, how public policy decisions and outcomes can influence the sector, and resulting impacts on coordinated care delivery • Learn how technologies, workflow approaches and change management strategies have resulted in improved quality of care and cost management • Discuss your own approaches to IT implementation with experts and colleagues Educational sessions including panel discussions, case studies and demonstrations involving the federal experts responsible for developing and implementing policy, provide a deeper understanding of how attendees can be more effective in advancing initiatives in the public sector, by applying best practices gained from private sector. Additionally, Meet and engage with 24 exhibitors critical to the various federal initiatives centered on health IT. Vendors and decision–makers come together in hands-on, experiential and interactive environments. In one clinical use case scenario, attendees can ‘become the patient’ and watch their health data move from system to system. Full conference registration is just $50 for government employees.

Cost: $50 for government employees

Contact Name: Elinore Boeke

ph: 703-562-8817 email: eboeke@himss.org

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