SAN FRANCISCO, June 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Health 2.0 is pleased to announce that Don Rucker, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will be a featured speaker at the 11th Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference on October 1-4,
Dr. Rucker, a physician leader with national clinical informatics success, was recently named the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. With a strong scientific, computational and practical background in medical computing and decision sciences, he was a co-developer of the first Microsoft Windows based electronic medical record in the world. Additionally, Dr. Rucker was a designer of the computerized physician order entry module that won the 2003 HIMSS Nicholas Davies Award as the best hospital computer system in the US.
Don Rucker will join the agenda on Tuesday, October 3rd for a fireside chat interview with Health 2.0 Co-Chairman Matthew Holt, and as a panelist on the session Tools for Interoperability where he will discuss the ONC's interoperability initiatives and share the progress at HHS to strengthen the foundation of health IT by improving data exchange and integration.
More information about Health 2.0's 11th Annual Fall Conference can be found here.
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