Join me in Orlando: Harnessing Technology and Data to Enable Accountable Care

Heading to HIMSS14? I hope you'll join me for FierceHealthIT's executive breakfast and roundtable discussion on Harnessing Technology and Data to Enable Accountable Care on February 26 in Orlando, Fla.

As more and more healthcare organizations adopt the accountable care model, it's becoming increasingly clear that interoperable health information technology is critical to success.

Without robust systems and data, ACOs simply cannot succeed.

This exclusive event features an all-star lineup of panelists: Edward Marx, SVP and CIO of Texas Health Resources (pictured left); Chris Belmont, VP and CIO of University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center (pictured right); Kaveh Safavi, M.D., Accenture's health industry lead for North America; and Ryan Witt, global managing director, healthcare and pharmaceutical practice at Juniper Networks.

Health IT leaders must help design interoperable systems that allow ACOs to track individuals across the continuum of care to harness data to quantify the quality measures that will determine reimbursement. 

Our expert speakers will share their first-hand experience about deploying HIT systems that enable population management, coordinated patient care and quality data reporting--as well as how to make all those systems talk to each other.

The event, hosted by FierceHealthIT, in partnership with the American Telemedicine Association and Premier, Inc., will be held at the Renaissance Orlando Hotel at SeaWorld, and includes networking and a buffet breakfast. Can't wait to see you there! - Gienna (@Gienna and @FierceHealthIT)

Register here: Harnessing Technology and Data to Enable Accountable Care.

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