Industry leaders discuss interoperability, community HIT standards and more

An informative discussion on Interoperability, Community HIT Standards and how contemporaryprotocols such as Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) and Project Argonaut will have an impact.

Presentations and discussion to be led by:

Arien Malac:

-Member of Interoperability Standards Advisory Task Force

-Member of Health IT Standards Committee (HITSC), a Federal Advisory Committee formed to advise the National Coordinator

-Vice President for Data Platform Solutions a RelayHealth

Kendra Siler-Marsiglio, PhD, HCC

-Recipient of the 2013 Critical Access and Rural Hospital Champion Award from Office of the National Coordinator of HIT

-Lead for Florida’s Health Information Technology (HIT) Environmental Scan

-Director of the Rural Health Partnership and President of CommunityHealth IT

When: Friday, November 13, 2015

9 am- 1 pm in Orlando, FL.  Hotel and meeting space  information to be provided closer to event.

Take-away: You’ll discuss why now, more than ever, healthcare organizations need to collect, aggregate and transform data in real-time from across their care continuum to create a single source of truth. This solid foundation can deliver a complete view of your patients, networks and business so you can make confident decisions.

Benefits: In addition, during this session you’ll also have an opportunity to meet and network with colleagues in other healthcare organizations. You’ll learn about interoperability, healthcare analytics and care coordination solutions from RelayHealth that can provide the insights you need to deliver successful outcomes at scale.

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