Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Medical Informatics World Conference Will Unite Healthcare and IT Leaders to Address Solutions for Prevalent Industry Issues and Common Pain Points

Cambridge Healthtech Institute and Clinical Informatics News today announced that its third annual Medical Informatics World Conference will take place May 4-5, 2015 at the Renaissance Waterfront Hotel in Boston. This professional forum will focus on the cross-industry connections and innovative solutions needed to take biomedical research and healthcare delivery to the next level.
Connecting more than 400 healthcare, biomedical science, health informatics and IT leaders, the 2015 Medical Informatics World Conference will navigate the emerging trends and opportunities in the ever-evolving industry. The event responds to the challenges in collaborating and maximizing the benefits of enabling technologies, offering inspiring keynotes combined with focused expert-led presentations and discussion. The 2015 program features six conference tracks, including two that are new to this year's event -- which will focus on mHealth and the cloud and enterprise architecture and hospital information systems.
"The healthcare technology and policy landscape changes so rapidly that IT leaders are challenged to deploy solutions fast enough to meet user and regulatory needs," said John Halamka, M.D., MS, CIO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. "Medical Informatics World convenes experts from across the country to share best practices, providing the guidance we all need to be successful."

A Focus on Healthcare Reform, Emerging Policies and Patient Data Sharing Will Provide Attendees With Real-Life Case Studies and Best Practices

Featured tracks include:
  • Provider-Payer-Pharma Cross-Industry Data Collaboration to Enable Value-Based Delivery Models - Integrating real time data analysis to manage costs and improve outcomes in the health care ecosystem.
  • Coordinated Patient Care, Engagement and Empowerment - Delivering care to patients and consumers in all settings to improve outcomes.
  • Population Health Management and Quality Improvement- Using technology and analytics to predict outcomes, target high-risk populations and increase compliance.
  • Security and Access of Healthcare Data for Patients, Providers and Payers, Anywhere and Anytime - Navigating the evolving landscape of health data in a BYOD, cloud and increasingly regulated environment.
  • Leveraging mHealth, Telehealth and the Cloud - Achieving the "triple aim" with mobile tech, POC devices, wearables and telemedicine.
  • Building Enterprise Architecture and Hospital Information Systems to Improve Outcomes - Delivering data-driven infrastructures to support clinical and financial transformation.
"As this event continues to grow year over year and gain considerable traction in the market, we are constantly looking to raise the bar for attendees by bringing fresh ideas and topics combined with leading speakers to the forefront," said Micah Lieberman, Executive Director of Conferences for CHI and Medical Informatics World. " 

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