Health information technology management leaders talk info exchangeDate: Oct 20, 2010
Health information technology management headed up the agenda as health IT leaders gathered at Healthcare Stimulus Exchange (HSX) in Chicago to discuss the standards and interoperability road map for health information exchange, and share best practices for meeting meaningful use requirements. This video from day 1 of the conference features clips from the following speakers, in order of appearance: Dr. Aaron McKethan, Beacon Program Director, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC); Dr. J. Marc Overhage, CEO and president of Indiana HIE; W.Holt Anderson Executive Director of the North Carolina Healthcare Information and Communications Alliance; Thomas Fritz, American Hospital Association representative at the National eHealth Collaborative; David Liebovitz, CMIO Northwestern Memorial Hospital; and Dr. David Stumpf, senior vice president of United Healthcare.
More speaker videos are available at the HSX media portal. Connected health information technology management stakeholders can also register for the 2010 National Healthcare IT Connect Summit, where federal agencies and state and private sector organizations will discuss the development of a national connected health architecture. The summit will be held October 26-28 in Washington, D.C.
Check out our coverage of the New York and Boston HSX conferences, and more information on health information technology management, on SearchHealthIT.com:
- HIT grants will expand health data exchange, but are they enough?
- Early adopters share EHR meaningful use best practices
- Medical records privacy: It's not just HIPAA rules anymore
- Personal health records, consumers may ultimately drive EHR adoption
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