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Apr 26 2011   9:59AM GMT

The Next Wave of Meaningful Use Compliance seminar — June 15, NYC



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
EHR, electronic health record, ICD-10, Meaningful use, meaningful use stage 2, mHealth, mobile health

Learn best practice solutions for electronic health record (EHR) integration and achieving meaningful use from today’s leading health care IT experts on June 15th in New York City .
                                                                                                                                                            
For many health care providers, there is still a lot of work to be done to meet meaningful use requirements and ensure compliance with the myriad of upcoming federally mandated health IT initiatives. That’s why SearchHealthIT is bringing the HIT experts to you for this one-day, free seminar, where thought-leaders will present case study solutions, proven best practices and invaluable lessons learned as they’ve navigated their organizations through the ever-changing health IT landscape.

Attend The Next Wave of Meaningful Use seminar and learn how to solve your toughest data exchange, mobile security and coding challenges, including how to:

  • Employ frameworks to meet Stage 1 requirements and prepare for Stage 2
  • Ensure mHealth security and wireless integration – while staying out of the headlines – amidst the new HIPAA reality
  • Utilize Regional Extension Centers (RECs) and Health Information Exchanges (HIEs)
  • Connect ICD-10 and meaningful use before the 2013 deadline

Full agenda and speaking faculty information is now available.

This complimentary seminar is open to qualified health IT and medical professionals. Apply today for what’s guaranteed to be the most comprehensive, educational health care IT seminar all year!

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