A HIMSS Virtual Event
Topic: The Next Generation of HIE: FHIR®-enabled APIs
Chief Information Officer
Topic: DirectTrust PKI-based Framework: Strategic Activities to Expand Trust Beyond Direct Exchange
David C. Kibbe, MD, MBA
President and CEO
A HIMSS Event
Your job is to protect the data. Stay ahead of the threats. Follow industry standards. And to play offense in the world of evolving cyber threats. We’re here to help you do your job well. The HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum brings you together with other healthcare data security professionals, along with some of the world’s most renowned security experts to take on some of the industry’s most daunting challenges.
Join us for 3 highly targeted days of keynotes, case studies, panel discussions, and networking opportunities, and discover first-hand how organizations like yours are preventing, detecting, and responding to today’s most daunting threats.
A HIMSS Webinar
Surescripts is leading an industry wide effort to improve the quality and increase the value of ePrescribing. We will discuss the importance of analyzing every prescription for quality and completeness to ensure safety and quality of the ePrescribing process.
A NACHC Webinar
Engaging in new payment and care delivery approaches can be a challenge but health centers across the country are rising to the occasion to make meaningful strides in patient care. Join the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) and the National Safety Net Advancement Center (SNAC) on Friday, July 21 at 3:00 PM Eastern to learn more about the strategies being used by a health center in New York and a network of health centers in Iowa.
An American Nursing Informatics Association Webinar.
Using Interoperability to advance innovation. Interoperability remains one of the biggest challenges facing care givers, health care organizations and person-centered care today. This session will review how health systems have come together to solve data liquidity from a technical architecture approach.
At the conclusion of this activity, the learner will be able to discuss how improvements in interoperability will impact the approach to person-centered care.