A one-of-a-kind session at HIMSS11: Mobile health's dramatic impact on EMRs, Meaningful Use

With the game-changing popularity of tablet use in healthcare, and the vast majority of physicians using smartphones, it's only a matter of time before tablets and smartphones are as ubiquitous as the computer mouse when it comes to using and accessing the EMR.

This will be focus of FierceHealthIT's executive breakfast panel discussion during the HIMSS11 show next week.

Titled mHealth's Evolving Role in Achieving Meaningful Use, our panel discussion brings together top health IT executives as we discuss future trends and current realities associated with the convergence of mobile health and EMR technology.

Join us Tuesday, Feb. 22, at 7 a.m., at the Wyndham Orlando Resort. We'll talk with CIOs and CMIOs from some of the nation's premier healthcare organizations, including M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and the Navy's Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. We'll also be joined on the panel by mobile health experts from AT&T, Partners Center for Connected Health, and Chilmark Research.

You can click here to learn more and register.

From a newly FDA-approved diagnostic radiology app to apps that allow users to access and update information in an organization's EMR system, mobile health technology is developing at 4G-speed. But challenges and risks are plenty. Don't miss this lively discussion--a one-of-its kind!--during this year's HIMSS11 show!

We look forward to seeing you there.


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