On September 14, 2011, Portland State University’s Center for Public Service and the Oregon Health Authority’s Office of Health Information Technology will bring together key stakeholders from every sector, including business, government and nonprofit associations. Together, attendees will share the latest trends, implementation strategies and lessons from across the country on the promise of electronic health records and health information exchange (HIE).
The Health Information Technology Oversight Council has spent the last two years working with hundreds of stakeholders from across Oregon who are actively engaged in improving the health of Oregonians. Join everyone involved in health information exchange and health care technology in Oregon — sharing the successes, best practices and challenges of the work here in Oregon and from across the country on health information exchange as we lay out a path together where we are “Innovating for Healthy Oregonians”.
The conference theme, “Accelerate, Innovate, Motivate” focuses on the promise of health information exchange to accelerate and support health care improvement efforts.
AIM 2011 will feature:
- State and National Health Care Policy Leaders
- Health Care Technology and Service Vendor Fair
- Post-Conference Reception with Attendees
View our list of confirmed speakers.
Register by September 9, 2011.