Healthcare Provider IT Leaders and Professionals are Invited to this Forum
March 5, 2014 - MILWAUKEE, WI - The VNA Institute of Technology invites all healthcare IT professionals to Challenges and Opportunities of Clinical Interoperability, an informative IT symposium in San Francisco, CA on Monday, March 24th.
The event brings together notable IT leaders from the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Stanford Hospital and Clinics, and The Advisory Board Company to discuss key issues in clinical image interoperability across the enterprise.
Radiologists, cardiologists, hospital executives, CIOs, IT managers and more will attend this unique event.
Attendees are not required to belong to VNAIT to attend, but may subscribe to VNAIT.
The distinguished faculty and topics will include:
"A Patient-Centric Database for Digital Objects in a Large Radiation Oncology Department" Peter Balter, M.S., PhD., Medical Physicist, University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.
"Looking Back and Projecting Forward on the VNA" Boris Zavalkovskiy, IT Director, Imaging Systems & Services, Stanford Hospital and Clinics - Information Technology Services.
"State of the Health Care and IT Union for Population Health Management" Doug Thompson, Senior Research Director, The Advisory Board Company.
"A Patient-Centric Database for Digital Objects in a Large Radiation Oncology Department" and "Looking Back and Projecting Forward on the VNA” have been submitted for review and approval of continuing education (CE) hours for use in fulfilling the requirements of the Certified Professional in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CPHIMS) and the Certified Associate in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CAHIMS).
The event begins at 5:00 p.m. in The Presidio Golf Club - Clubhouse Cafe on 300 Finley Road, San Francisco, CA 94129. Cocktails and dinner will be served.
TeraMedica, Inc. has subsidized this event so that health care leaders, clinicians and IT professionals may attend at no cost.
About VNA Institute of Technology
Operated by TeraMedica, Inc., the mission of the VNA Institute of Technology (VNAIT) is to provide healthcare professionals with the most up-to-date industry information in a convenient online setting.
The Institute was designed to fill a void of available education on healthcare informatics, and its end goal is to educate the industry.