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Thursday, August 13, 2009

HITSP and Meaningful Use

This seems to be a week for announcements. In two weeks HITSP will be holding its second town hall meeting. This one will be worth listening in on, as they will be discussing some of the HITSP work products that impact meaningful use. I would be on this call, but unfortunately, I'll actually be in HITSP meetings all week long ;-)>

Keith


HITSP Free Webinar Series The Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP) is identifying the standards that will support the exchange of healthcare information across the United States. Learn more about the Panel and how you can engage in shaping the future of HIT interoperability during a series of free webinars - one for each month of 2009.

HITSP and eTown Hall II with Dr. John Halamka

Date: Thursday, August 27, 2009
Time: 2:00-3:30 pm ET
URL: https://ansievents.webex.com/ansievents/onstage/g.php?d=663911895&t=a
Meeting ID: 663 911 895
Audio: 1.866.699.3239 (toll free)
Participant ID: 663 911 895


What you will learn
During this 90-minute webinar, participants will:


  • Get an update on the final definition of meaningful use released by the HIT Policy Committee.

  • Examine the relationship between HITSP work products and meaningful use.

  • Explore how HITSP will continue to work with the Office of the National Coordinator, the HIT Standards Committee, and the HIT Policy Committee to facilitate the development of needed standards and achieve interoperability.
Learn more about the next work products for HITSP.

Who should attend
Consumers, government representatives and policy makers, healthcare providers, standards developers, vendors, and any other interested stakeholder.
Presenter


  • John D. Halamka, MD, MS, chair of HITSP

Dr. Halamka is also CIO of the CareGroup Health System, CIO and dean for technology at Harvard Medical School, chair of the New England Health Electronic Data Interchange Network (NEHEN), CEO of MA-SHARE, and a practicing emergency physician.


Registration
Participation is complimentary, but advance registration is required at www.HITSP.org/webinars


Sponsors
HITSP Education, Communications and Outreach Committee


Accessibility
Participation during the live event requires both telephone and Internet access. Sessions will be recorded for playback via the Internet.


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