October 28, 2015 at 8:00 a.m.
October 30, 2015 at 3:30 p.m.
Music City Center 201 5th Ave. South Nashville, TN 37203
Council members: Enter discount code HCC50, for a $50 discount off of registration.
In its 7th year, the Summit of the Southeast will convene top industry leaders to share case studies, best practices and actionable next steps to help you face daily challenges and manage emerging technology solutions. This Summit gives you access to the industry’s leading minds and most innovative health IT professionals, clinicians, and entrepreneurs with two days of education and professional networking.
To book your hotel room at the Hyatt downtown in the TN HIMSS block, click here.
Featured Speakers Include:
Judy Murphy – Chief Nursing Officer, IBM – Topic TBA
Jim Routh – Chief Information Security Officer, Aetna – Topic TBA
Dana Alexander – VP and Clinical Transformation Practice Leader, Divurgent – Topic: Population Health Management, Creating a Blueprint
Marsha Blackburn – US House of Representatives and Vice Chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee – Topic: Healthcare Policy and the Impact to IT
Featured Workshops Include:
CPHIMS: The Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CPHIMS) is targeted to individuals who are seasoned professionals and would like to verify their health IT knowledge. The course offers an overview of the CPHIMS content outline and touches on the many facets of health IT and information management systems. Attendees will benefit from a well-rounded exploration of the field, the potential to facilitate and improve the quality of business practices across the healthcare setting, and to ultimately improve the quality of patient care across the nation. Begins October 28 at 9am and ends at 4pm. The cost is $250.
Project Management: This session is targeted to all professionals that would like a better understanding of the processes, tools and techniques required to manage large scale initiatives — particularly those in the healthcare arena. We will address the differences between project, program and portfolio management; the lifecycle of a project; and key project measurement areas. Begins October 28 at 9am and ends at 3pm. The cost is $250.