New York, NY (PRWEB) October 22, 2007
The Fall Collaborative Communications Summit: Transforming Healthcare through Health Information Technology will take place November 5-6, 2007, at The Peninsula Beverly Hills. (http://www.collaborativecommunicationssummit.com)
The healthcare landscape is drastically changing due to health IT, and the CCS developed a panel led by elite healthcare minds to explore this very topic. The panel, entitled The HIT Landscape: Who Are the Major Players and How Can Your Organization Work With Them?, will take place the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 6.
The session is designed to cover the evolution of and transition to a successful and widespread adoption of Health Information Technology, which is typically a massive undertaking that requires the collaboration of private, non-profit and government organizations. The panelists will offer an overview and perspective from each group addressing how they are currently working together and what needs to be done in the future.
"In the confluence of several significant trends -- including technological improvements, clinical information standards, spiraling increases in the cost of care, and federal leadership -- solutions that enable clinical data sharing have emerged as budget priorities in the plans of healthcare organizations across the country," said Medicity CEO and Chairman J. Kipp Lassetter, MD.
"This conference is an opportunity for me to share Medicity's experience with such customers as the Delaware Health Information Network and CalRHIO."
The panel will be moderated by Brad Hunter, who is the Director of Technology Solutions for AHA Solutions, a subsidiary of the American Hospital Association. The three panelists offering unique and varying perspectives include: Janet Marchibroda, the CEO of eHealth Initiative and the eHealth Initiative Foundation; Lucinda Ehnes, the Director of the California Department of Managed Healthcare; and the CEO and Chairman of Medicity, J. Kipp Lassetter, MD.
Some of the in-depth case studies, presentations and perspectives will include Alcatel-Lucent Healthcare, Cleveland Clinic, CareData Solutions Corporation, GE Healthcare, Indian Health Service -- Department of Health & Human Services, Markle Foundation, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, Catholic Health Initiatives, Cisco Systems, Harvard Medical School, San Antonio Medical Management Group Inc., JaxCare, CalRHIO, Carespark, Gila Regional Medical Center, Integrated Physician Network Avista (iPN Avista), Inland Northwest Health Services, Visiting Nurse Service of New York, Avanti Patient Flow Services, Kaiser Permanente, American Hospital Association, UC Davis Medical Center, St. Luke's Health System, University Hospitals and Health System, L.A. Care Health Plan, Florida Hospice of the Sun Coast, UCLA Medical Center, John C. Lincoln Health Network, HealthCare Partners, Fortune Magazine, athenahealth, Wolters Kluwer Health, Allscripts, Eclipsys and many more.
Sponsors of the Fall 2007 CCS include Alcatel-Lucent, Allscripts, AllOne Health Group, athenahealth, Avanti Patient Flow Services (TeleTracking Technologies), Business Innovation, Fujitsu, iStreamPlanet, CareData Solutions Corporation, GE Healthcare, MED3000, Medicity, MedPlus, Microsoft, NextGen Healthcare, Vcall, Welch Allyn and Wolters Kluwer Health.
Media and Association Partners of the Fall 2007 CCS include Healthcare Informatics, Federal Telemedicine News, Imaging Economics, Medical Imaging Modern Healthcare, Corporate Research Group, FierceHealthcare, FierceHealthIT, ARMA International (Association of Records Managers and Administrators), Technology Executives Club, American Hospital Association Solutions, ADVANCE for Health Information Executives, Health Management Technology, Healthcare IT Transition Group and HIStalk.
The Collaborative Communications Summit: Transforming Health Care through Health Information Technology (http://www.collaborativecommunicationssummit.com) is designed to help top-level executives, legislators, physicians, regulators and technologists come to grips with the swirling forces of technology change, policy development and changing business models, giving you unparalleled insight into the forces that shape tomorrow's healthcare information technology markets.
Contact: Chad Reott +1.330.294.0094
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