Dear Members - We invite you to share your knowledge and expertise as we Call for Presentations for the 11th Annual Conference in Atlantic City, our premier educational and networking event, sponsored jointly by the New Jersey and Delaware Valley HIMSS chapters. This year’s theme is “Health Care: A new day, a new pAradIgm”. To help us make this another successful year, please take this opportunity to submit a proposal for presentation. Guidelines are below.
Conference Dates: September 26-28, 2018
Conference Location: Harrah’s Resort Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City, NJ
Requested Presentation Tracks (Select one)
We expect that the conference will have five topical learning tracks. We have added examples of suggested subject matter descriptions applicable for each track:
- AI and Predictive Analytics
Track Focus Measuring and Management Solutions: Predictive Analytics, Business Intelligence, Risk Stratification, Registries, Data Sources, Decision Support and Performance Management.
- Clinical Solutions
Track Focus Enterprise and Departmental Clinical Problem Solutions: Clinical Optimization, Medical Devices, Mobile Technology, EMR Optimization, Quality Reporting, Document Imaging Management, ECM.
- Patient Engagement
Track Focus: Provider to/from Patient Solutions, Patient Experience, Portal, mHealth, Home Medical Devices, Telehealth, Wearables, Chronic Disease Management, Real Life Stories to solve patient issues, Goals and Outcomes.
- Privacy and Security
Track Focus: Compliance and HIPAA regulations, securing patient information, combating cybersecurity threats and emerging technologies to enhance an organization security profile, high availability.
- Healthcare Business Solutions
Track Focus Enterprise and Departmental Business Problem Solutions: ERP, Supply Chain, Revenue Cycle, Enterprise Content Management (ECM).
Speakers will be notified of selection by July 27, 2018
Thank you for your interest in presenting at this year’s annual joint conference!
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