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Showcasing Your Technology at LTPAC Summit

by Published On: Feb 22, 2012

Want to showcase your technology? It is not too late to put your products on display at June's Long-Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Interoperability and Innovation Showcase

Complete the application and return to Sarah.Lawler@ahima.org by May 4 and you'll be part of the action when long-term and post-acute care providers from around the country travel to Baltimore for the 2012 LTPAC Health Information Technology (HIT) Summit

The meeting takes place June 18-19, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore. The showcase will be held on the first day of the summit. LeadingAge and CAST are co-sponsors and co-organizers of the event.

Summit and showcase 

This year's LTPAC Interoperability and Innovation Showcase will demonstrate HIT interoperability for shared care, transfer of care, personal health and e-prescribing. The showcase takes place on Monday, June 18 from noon – 7 p.m., with a dedicated demonstration time set aside from 3-5 p.m.

The LTPAC HIT Summit is the only conference addressing HIT within the long-term and post-acute care sector. It brings together HIT leaders, policy makers, LTPAC providers and vendors. This year’s summit program will focus on: 

  • The development of HIT skill sets in the LTPAC workforce.
  • Engagement in patient-centric health care to enhance overall quality of care.
  • Quality and process improvement.
  • Initiatives that improve care coordination and health information exchange.
  • New payment models that require HIT.
  • Certified LTPAC electronic health records (EHRs) in skilled nursing facilities and home health.
  • Current research, studies and data on LTPAC HIT use, adoption and care delivery impact.
  • Support for organizations starting out with HIT and EHR implementation.

Interested in showcasing your interoperable HIT system? Complete the application and return to Sarah.Lawler@ahima.org before May 4, 2012. Selected showcase participants will be invited to participate in a panel on interoperability at the summit.

 



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