Session ID: 
BRKFST02

Interoperability & HIE Breakfast Panel: Adding Meaning to Interoperable Exchange

7:30am - 9:30am Wednesday, March 11
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
Hall E - Booth 8300 - Education Theater
Additional Registration

Description

Join us for a networking breakfast, followed by an expert panel discussion that explores the evolving and complex landscape of interoperability. Following the panel, attendees are invited to a VIP tour of the Interoperability Showcase.

Registration is required as space is limited for this event. Click here to register!

Panel Description:

The interoperable data exchange landscape has expanded in the past five years as Meaningful Use made way for Promoting Interoperability and TEFCA, and industry dialogue even expanded to consider exchange needs internationally as well. But as more information is able to be shared and accessed across more settings and stakeholders, how is this growing interoperability being integrated into workflow and providing usable information to improve care? Our session will assess the technical, organizational and policy needs to drive interoperability forward beyond exchange to consider the needs of the end-user integrating and leveraging this knowledge to inform clinical and business decisions to improve health and lower costs.  Panelists will explore the care coordination opportunities that must be addressed to integrate new stakeholders, such as individuals, and how gaps still remain with certain stakeholders completely absent from the coordination landscape.

Sponsored by Cerner.

This session is part of a special program called Breakfast & Lunch Sessions. Separate registration is required.
This session is part of a special program called HIMSS Globa l Health Conference Breakfast SessionsReceptions. Separate registration is required.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify stakeholders that are emerging to inform interoperability needs and use cases.
  • Summarize the challenges an organization faces in transforming data into usable information.
  • Recognize the organizational and policy decisions that can guide interoperability to levels of greater integration and meaning.

Speaker(s)

Vice President, Health Consulting Services,
First Class Solutions
Provider Engagement Specialist, Children’s IQ Network,
Children's National Medical Center...
Senior Director, Clinical Strategy,
Cerner Corporation
President and Principal,
Beale and Assoc. LLC
Clinical Informatics Director,
Sutter Health

Audience

CIO/CTO/CTIO/Senior IT
Consultant
Information Management Professional

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