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Nov 5 2012   2:14PM GMT

Tweeting ‘n meeting with SearchHealthIT at the mHealth Summit 2012



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
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Looking to meet and greet with some of the mHealth Summit’s finest Twitterati? Want to finally match that elusive Twitter icon with the face in living color? Or do you simply want a time and place to connect with your buddies after a long day on the exhibit hall floor?

Then don’t miss our Tweet ‘n Meet at #mHS12 on Tuesday, Dec. 4! Sponsored by the SSO experts at Imprivata and hosted by TechTarget’s dedicated resource network and online community for health care IT decision makers, SearchHealthIT.com and the Health IT Exchange. RSVP for Tweet ‘n Meet now!

Conveniently located on the lower level of the Gaylord National, swing by the National Pastime Sports Bar and Grill on Tue. 12/4 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm and treat your mind, belly and 140 characters to a great time with some great folks. Be sure to follow @SearchHealthIT@HITExchange and @Imprivata on Twitter!

 

*Come, and come early! Drink bracelets will be available for the first 25 attendees onsite!

 

And we’re thrilled to have one of the Health IT Exchange’s mobile health expert contributors, Joseph Kim, MD, MPH, President, Medical Communications Media, as our partner in crime. Be sure to follow @DrJosephKim on Twitter!

 

 

SearchHealthIT.com and the Health IT Exchange Tweet ‘n Meet:
Sponsored by: Imprivata
Date: Tuesday, December 4
Time: 5:00 – 7:00
Venue: National Pastime Sports Bar and Grill, Gaylord Convention Center
RSVP for Tweet ‘n Meet now!

*Bracelets will be given to the first 25 attendees to sign in, so be sure to check in as soon as you arrive. Onsite attendance required; online registration does not count toward bracelet. 

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