You're invited! Mobile health's impact on EMR workflow, buy-in, value and meaningful use

Wendy JohnsonOnce again, FierceHealthIT will present an executive panel discussion at the Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition. Our one-hour breakfast discussion will focus on mHealth's Evolving Role in Achieving Meaningful Use and will take place on Tuesday, February 22, at 7 a.m., at the Wyndham Orlando Resort.

Our special guests will be Joseph Kvedar, MD, Director of Partners' Center for Connected Health in Boston; Capt. Robert Marshall, MD, CMIO of the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery; Lynn H. Vogel, CIO of the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center; and John Moore, a mobile healthcare analyst and managing partner of Chilmark Research in Cambridge, Mass.

We'll examine how mobile health technology is impacting EMR workflow, value and clinician buy-in, and the increasingly important role that mobile health is playing in the achievement of meaningful use.

Our intimate roundtable-style environment means you'll hear the unfiltered, unscripted experiences of these HIT executives in a casual, conversational setting. (You'll also enjoy a full, plated breakfast!) And we'll be sure to leave plenty of time for questions.

The Wyndham Orlando Resort is close to the Orange County Convention Center, and we'll have complimentary transportation to take you back to the HIMSS11 show in a jiffy.

I hope you'll join us! You can visit our event page for more info or to register. Tip: If you register before February 4, you'll get to lock in our special early bird rate.

See you in Orlando!

Best wishes,

Wendy

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