IQPC’s Electronic Health Records Summit to Feature Marshfield Clinic, Caritas Christi Health Care, MetroHealth System and

CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- IQPC and Healthcare IQ’s Electronic Health Records Summit will provide essential information about the latest changes in healthcare reform for hospitals, clinics and other healthcare providers. This year’s program will cover “Meaningful Use,” ARRA stimulus funding, system certification and HITECH & HIPAA Policies. This event will be held in Chicago, IL from June 21-23.

“With the unprecedented new health care reforms it is more important than ever to understand what you need to do to keep pace with the digital age. This conference will provide best practice strategies intended to put your organization at the forefront of signature health delivery,” said Christopher Boucher, Senior Program Director, Healthcare IQ.

According to a recent article in Information Week, Vice President, Joseph Biden, stated at a press conference that when electronic health records are fully implemented in 2014, along with health information exchanges and other technologies associated with healthcare delivery, the cost of healthcare will be significantly less than the Congressional Budget Office has calculated.

In addition to a day of interactive workshops and two days of main conference sessions, the event will also feature a “Brilliance Bar” where attendees can discuss their challenges and receive custom-tailored advice from the experts.

For more information on Electronic Health Records Summit, please visit or contact Sarah Thompson at [email protected] or by telephone at 646-502-3266.

IQPC produces more than 1,500 events annually around the world, and continues to grow. Founded in 1973, IQPC now has offices in major cities across five continents. IQPC leverages a global research base of best practices to produce a cross industry portfolio of information-sharing forums.


Sarah Thompson, 646-502-3266
[email protected]

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