PTS Data Center Solutions Exhibiting at the Third Annual
Mid-Atlantic Crossing the Infrastructure & HITECH Meaningful Divide Symposium
Entitled: "Patients, Care Givers, and Technology: Partners in Care"
The HITECH Act was established with the primary goal of improving the population’s health and the quality and cost of healthcare. The foundational component set forth would be based on the optimal utilization of technology thereby stimulating the transformation of care.
As our Symposium Advisory considered the theme for the 3rd annual “Crossing” Symposium, it seemed appropriate to focus on the most important transition of the “Meaningful Divide”: the Patient Experience.
The Symposium in 2013 will bring together industry experts to progressively address the pertinent topics that are critical to achieving the objective:
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The Status: After three plus years and the investment of billions of dollars, how has the Patient Experience changed; for better, worse or status quo? Learn we can make the Provider-Patient experience better to improve care.
Transformation of Care:
Has the adoption of the electronic medical record and the achievement of Meaningful Use-Stage I really made a difference in patient care?
The Future: Will Stage II and III of Meaningful Use build upon and compliment the last three years of progress and bring additional value to the Patient Experience? Learn new innovative ways that this can happen.
What impact will HIEs, ICD-10, Accountable Care Organizations and the Affordable Care Act have on the Patient Experience? What can these changes have on your administrative simplification efforts and how the patient will benefit under the new healthcare model?
Technology: “It’s not the gifts of new technology gadgets!” What impact will disruptive technologies bring to the care party and what you should be cautious when making purchasing decisions for new technologies for care delivery?
Challenges: What are the challenges facing healthcare IT going forward? Learn how you and the patient can manage the storm of change with new technologies affecting your workflow.
This symposium is a “must attend” opportunity for Healthcare executives, physicians, care providers, vendors, and IT professionals to come together in an engaging and informative two-day event designed to address the issues essential to the advancement of the Patient Experience. Close to home too!
The Symposium has ranked as one of the region’s premier health IT events. The 2012 Symposium brought together a sell-out crowd of more than 200 business leaders, healthcare providers, IT professionals and vendor representatives.
Join with us as we challenge traditional boundaries and continue the journey across the “HITECH Meaningful Divide”.
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