Medindia

X

INHS Brings Health Information Technology Conference to Spokane

Friday, September 18, 2009 General News J E 4
Advertisement


SPOKANE, Wash., July 23 Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) in partnership with eHealth Initiative will hold the Northwest Medical Informatics Symposium (NMIS), a health information technology conference featuring national and regional speakers on September 10 and 11 in Spokane, Washington. NMIS brings together urban and rural healthcare professionals to learn about the latest in health information technology. Pre-Conference Workshops are featured on September 8 and 9 for individuals who would like to learn more about applications. For information or to register visit www.nmis.info

The conference focuses on navigating rapidly emerging government policy and health care changes. Topics include evolving initiatives, improving patient outcomes, safety equipment and software purchasing, training and HIPAA issues. Anyone interested in health information technology, with emphasis on the health care delivery system in the Northwest should attend this conference.

Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) connects hospitals, clinics and physician offices through a network that securely accesses patient information both wired and wirelessly. The network includes more than 45,000 users in three states. INHS, a non-profit organization, provides collaboration in health care services on behalf of its member hospitals Deaconess Medical Center, Providence Holy Family Hospital, Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children's Hospital, and Valley Hospital & Medical Center, and the community. Visit www.inhs.org.

The eHealth Initiative and the Foundation for eHealth Initiative are independent, non-profit affiliated organizations whose missions are the same: to drive improvement in the quality, safety, and efficiency of healthcare through information and information technology.

SOURCE Inland Northwest Health Services
Advertisement


Advertisement

You May Also Like

Advertisement
View All

Post your Comments

Comments should be on the topic and should not be abusive. The editorial team reserves the right to review and moderate the comments posted on the site.
User Avatar
* Your comment can be maximum of 2500 characters
I agree to the terms and conditions
s
Video of EpiDerm Skin Irritation Test (SIT) Method...
S
More than 1,000 Underinsured and Uninsured Individ...