Look forward to seeing as many people participating in this all important topic of cyber security and privacy.
There’s only one month to go for the Central & Southern Ohio Spring Conference – The Hacker’s Guide to Hacking Healthcare. THE Conference on Privacy and Cyber-Security you just can’t miss!
We’re looking forward to seeing many of you at the OCLC Conference Center in Dublin, OH on May 20th, 2016. AHIMA members get 4 AHIMA CEUs for attending so make sure to be there in force and get education and have a great time networking and interacting with the best of our community.
Please go to http://csohio.himsschapter.org to register!
See you there!
I know many folks are eagerly looking forward to next week in Vegas and HIMSS16. I’m looking forward to meeting my “Conference Buddies” those folks we see once a year at the Big Show! I’ll be looking forward to the keynotes from Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Secretary of Health & Human Services & Michael Dell, Founder of Dell, Inc next Monday the 29th at the Palazzo Ballroom at the Venetian Hotel.
I try and encourage a balanced approach; educational sessions in the morning, lunch and then exhibit hall and vendors in the afternoons. This gives me the opportunity to experience a full conference experience along with some of my friends from the CSO HIMSS chapter and other chapters I’m connected with. Areas focused on project management in the areas of interoperability solutions (of course focused on CCD’s) analytics and datawarehousing, tele- health (after my recent visit to Cisco in Bangalore), Clinically Integrated Networks and revenue cycle optimization post ICD-10 are at the top of my agenda of mandatory sessions to attend. The Interoperability Showcase is my favorite area of the exhibit hall area to visit after my HIMSS15 experience. Best part of the entire conference in my humble opinion. Don’t miss it. You’ll be glad you saw it when you did. I’ve been pushing for it to go on the road to each state. I’m rarely a petition type of guy, but I’ll sign a petition for an “Interoperability Road Show” if I have to. It’s basically the essence of this blog entirely so “hell ya!” I’ll sign it.
If you haven’t already, register for the CSO HIMSS Luncheon on Tuesday March 1st. I’ll be there as well as many of our CSO HIMSS Board and our esteemed Chapter President, Scott Mash.
We can’t end without obviously the perfunctory “Viva Las Vegas!”
See you on the flip side folks!
HIMSS 16 is 3 weeks away and it’s going to be an exciting time for many as Peyton Manning, fresh off his Super Bowl win will be the keynote speaker, albeit Friday the 4th of March.
In addition, I’ll be there and hopefully we’ll get a chance to meet either at the HIMSS reception that first evening or at the CSO HIMSS Annual Luncheon that we have traditionally hosted at the national conference. Please do go to the CSO HIMSS site to register as there aren’t many seats available for the luncheon this year. Come by and meet the CSO HIMSS Board members who are in attendance. We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
Please make sure that you plan on attending the CSO HIMSS Spring Conference for 2013 titled “Meaningful Use: The Practical Approach”. We have great speakers and a wonderful location, thanks to our hosts, UC Health for allowing us to use The Drake Center facilities in Cincinnati. Please register at http://csohimss2013springconference.eventbrite.com/# to participate.
We have topics covering Infrastructure, Reporting, Patient Engagement and ICD-10. See you there!
For the Central & Southern Ohio Chapter, join us on March 5th at 1pm CST in the Hilton Riverside New Orleans for our National Luncheon at the HIMSS 2013 Conference. We are looking forward to a great turnout. Hopefully we can see good representation of our membership there.
It’s time to register for Advocacy Day. CSO HIMSS has a great line-up of speakers for this year’s event and really need your participation in order to meet with your legislator and share our message. The event is on March at the Vern Riffe Center in Columbus, Ohio from 9am to 5pm EST and is free for all who attend. Please register at http://www.csohimss.org/calendar/calendar.html and take part in this yearly event that has been adopted by the other chapters around the country.
The speakers for Advocacy Day are: Representative Barbara R. Sears, R-46, Assistant Majority Floor Leader Senator Keith Faber, R-12, President Pro Tempore Mark Patton, JobsOhio, General Manager for BioHealth, Logistics and IT sectors, Dan Paoletti, CEO of Ohio Health Information Partnership and Trudi Matthews, HealthBridge’s Director of Policy and Public Relations.