Tuesday morning at HIMSS11: Join our breakfast discussion on mHealth's role in EMRs, Meaningful Use

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 are plenty, including with regard to infrastructure, security and even relevancy.

Join us during the HIMSS11 show, when FierceHealthIT hosts a breakfast panel discussion on mHealth's Evolving Role in Achieving Meaningful Use. We'll discuss future trends and current realities with technology executives from some of the nation's premier healthcare organizations, including M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Partners Center for Connected Health, and the Navy's Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. We'll also be joined by Eleanor Chye, executive director of AT&T's healthcare division, and mobile health analyst John Moore of Chilmark Research.

You won't find a discussion like this anywhere else at HIMSS!

And be sure to come early, grab some cappuccino from SAP's Espresso Bar, and network with your peers. It all takes place Tuesday, Feb. 22, beginning at 7 a.m. at the Wyndham Orlando Resort. We'll provide complimentary shuttle service back to the Orange County Convention Center at the conclusion of the event, so you won't miss a thing at HIMSS11! Click here to learn more and register.

See you in Orlando!

Best wishes,

Wendy

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