Health Information Technology (HIT) is the implementation of information technology to healthcare for improving the quality and effectiveness of healthcare. Health IT software solutions provide a high quality of care besides saving time and money. They help healthcare providers in the management of health organizations and patient data (EHR/ EMR). HIT or medical information technology helps in keeping a record of various health record events, and also helps in checking the service quality at different levels of healthcare.
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World Forum for Medicine - International trade fair for medical technology, electromedicine, health-IT, hospital and surgery equipment, laboratory equipment, diagnostics, physiotherapy and medical consumer goods.
The SNOMED CT Expo unites clinical terminology subject matter experts from around the world, including government officials, health IT professionals, health practitioners, researchers, academics and vendors.
Discover how SNOMED CT enables data driven health systems and improved patient outcomes from a wide range of global implementers.
Supported by a leading event platform, presenters will share their SNOMED CT experiences and interact with their audience via live Q&A sessions where possible, while attendees network and explore an Expo environment composed of industry organizations.
WEDI's annual conference in the fall will examine several key health IT issues including health equity, innovation and automation, legislative updates, the new healthcare app economy and much more! Monday's (October 18) pre-conference will offer presentations from various healthcare subject matter experts addressing the significance of data in addressing and supporting health equity.
DSI’s 21st Biannual DoD/VA & Gov Health IT Summit is designed as a non-partisan educational and training “Town-Hall-style” Summit that offers a full spectrum view towards the DoD, VA, and Federal’s efforts to provide Veterans/Active-Duty high-quality healthcare, through a single, interoperable health IT ecosystem. This Summit will examine current initiatives being implemented for Veterans across the DoD & VA, from fielding emerging technologies to enhance Veteran care, to enabling increased access to economic opportunity.
Join us virtually or in-person as we return for our 6th Annual HIT RCM event complete with speakers from all over the healthcare space. It's good to be back. What are the biggest challenges to revenue cycle management today? How can hospital leaders create a culture of inclusive excellence in IT? And who is on top of the digital health food chain? These are the kinds of questions executives from leading health systems will unpack during Becker's 6th Annual Health IT + Revenue Cycle Conference, available virtually from the comfort of your office or home.
Join leaders from Cleveland Clinic, Providence and CHI for educational sessions on the most important challenges facing RCM + Health IT leaders today. Wherever you may be joining us, we look forward to staying connected and engaged with you at this virtual event.
While we all wait to be able to get back together in-person for another EXPO.health event, we invite you to participate in our ongoing EXPO.health Experience Series focused on the hottest health IT topics with amazing keynotes and plenty of time to connect virtually with peers. Read on expo.health
IT modernization across government has led to widespread improvement in the delivery of services, including the development of digital services that have helped expand the availability and scope of care. Hear from federal executives on how their agencies are guiding digital transformation to address the healthcare needs of both individual patients and the American public at large.
We’ve spent a good part of our summer writing about Big Tech and how these companies, Amazon, Google/Alphabet, Microsoft, Apple, IBM and NVIDIA have approached medicine and its trillion-dollar market …
The Collaborative Care & Health IT Innovations Summit is the premier conference for information technology leaders in the long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC) sector. It also attracts acute care providers, payers, and technology vendors serving older adults and individuals with chronic conditions. The Summit, co-organized by LeadingAge, LeadingAge CAST, and our partners in the LTPAC Health IT Collaborative, continues to advance initiatives facing the LTPAC sector as well as interfacing, interacting, and partnering with the acute care and payer’s worlds.
Legacy and disparate technology solutions can disjoint providers' workflows and burden IT staff, which ultimately prevents health systems from innovating to deliver the modern services patients want. Join this webinar to learn how to connect your teams, systems and processes with a unifying solution. This way, you can deliver better care and drive patient and staff satisfaction.
In this session, we will discuss the next-generation talent management challenges faced by healthcare organizations. For healthcare IT leaders, focusing on mid-to-long-term talent strategy is more critical than ever. The swift response from IT departments to support remote work, pandemic response and all the changes over the past year has proven IT projects’ ability to happen fast when necessary and has set the bar high for swift, agile IT execution going forward.
Although HTM and IT departments operate independently at most facilities, the lines between biomed and IT are becoming increasingly blurred. While in most facilities biomed and IT continue to operate …
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