Catholic Health Initiatives, NorthBay Healthcare, Software Testing Solutions, & More to Discuss Strategies to Achieve Meaningful Use in Denver

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The Institute for Health Technology Transformation announced today the speakers for their panel session entitled, “Adoption in the Rear-View Mirror: Strategies to Achieve Meaningful Use (MU)” at the Institute’s Health IT Summit in Denver taking place July 26-27, 2011 at the Sheraton Denver Downtown.

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With stimulus funding in the mix and healthcare reform on the horizon, U.S. hospitals are racing to implement EMRs, CPOE and HIE technology in time to meet deadlines and receive maximum funding from federal incentives.

The Institute for Health Technology Transformation announced today the speakers for their panel session entitled, “Adoption in the Rear-View Mirror: Strategies to Achieve Meaningful Use (MU)” at the Institute’s Health IT Summit in Denver taking place July 26-27, 2011 at the Sheraton Denver Downtown.

The panel will be moderated by Judy Hanover, Analyst, IDC Insights, and speaking will be Ann Shepard, RN-BC, MSN, VP, Chief Nursing Informatics and Telehealth Officer, Catholic Health Initiatives; Steve Fowler, Enterprise Architect, State of Colorado – Governor’s Office of Information Technology; Justin Graham, MD, MS, Chief Medical informatics Officer, NorthBay Healthcare; Howard Burde, Principal, Howard Burde Health Law, LLC; and Jennifer Lyle, CEO & Founder, Software Testing Solutions.

This session will provide an in-depth analysis of proven models and strategies that can help you get the most out of your organizations IT strategy. The panelists will identify strategies that can help providers optimize information technology solutions, and will also identify how to develop a comprehensive plan that will help move your organization toward the realization of the government’s Meaningful Use requirements.

“With stimulus funding in the mix and healthcare reform on the horizon, U.S. hospitals are racing to implement EMRs, CPOE and HIE technology in time to meet deadlines and receive maximum funding from federal incentives,” said Judy Hanover. “In order to both achieve meaningful use and prepare for healthcare reform, providers need to focus on the demands of both clinical and IT and build a flexible, agile architecture for the future.”

The iHT2 Health IT Summit in Denver is the premier executive summit focused on the strategies and tools that are re-defining customer care, collaboration and efficiency in the health care provider markets.

Sponsors and Partners for the 2011 iHT2 Health IT Summit in Denver include: Accuvant, McAfee, ACT Conferencing, Apixio, Catalyst Solutions, Intel, Lancet, MMR Global, Modis, RelayHealth, Sago Networks, Standard Register, Software Testing Solutions, SLI Global Solutions, Quantix, VitalHealth Software, Zynx Health, AMDIS, Colorado Healthcare Strategy & Management, Colorado Medical Group Management Association, CMIO, Continua Health Alliance, eHealth SmartBrief, Executive Insight, Frost & Sullivan, HIMSS Colorado Chapter, IDC Health Insights, ISSA Denver Chapter, MarketsandMarkets, Mobile Healthcare Today, ReportsandReports, and SearchHealthIT.com.

About the Institute for Health Technology Transformation:

The Institute for Health Technology Transformation is the leading organization committed to bringing together private and public sector leaders fostering the growth and effective use of technology across the healthcare industry. Through collaborative efforts the Institute provides programs that drive innovation, educate, and provide a critical understanding of how technology applications, solutions and devices can improve the quality, safety and efficiency of healthcare.

http://www.ihealthtran.com

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