The most wonderful time of the year, anticipated by so many, has arrived: the opening of the HIMSS19 Global Conference & Exhibition Call for Proposals.
HIMSS is accepting proposals now through Monday, July 16. To prepare for this call, the HIMSS professional development team and subject matter experts worldwide have been working behind the scenes for weeks to:
From a continuing professional development perspective, there is no better way for health information and technology professionals, from early careerists to advanced executives and everyone in between, to share one’s expertise by submitting an idea to the HIMSS19 Call for Proposals. There is no cost to do so and you do not need to be a HIMSS member to submit (but we do encourage you to become one since the benefits are game changing!). Giving back to the industry is a great way to engage in continuing professional development and lifelong learning.
In order to create a sound submission, you’ll need:
HIMSS seeks topics that focus on the good and not so good organizational experiences that highlight the similarities in global transformative healthcare practices. The submission should demonstrate a combination of insight, thought leadership, diversity and inclusion, experiences encountered or lessons learned in the optimal use and value of health information and technology, globally.
Looking across the breadth and scope of health information and technology, HIMSS has added the following topic categories:
With all this change, remember, Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert comic strip, said at HIMSS05, “Change is good! You first!”
Questions? Please contact Debra Clough, manager, education, she will be happy to assist with any questions that you have.