iHealth 2014

2014-01-30 - 2014-02-01
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Meetings and Exhibits Coordinator
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iHealth is for clinicians and healthcare execs who get it. Applied informatics is the change we’ve been seeking for a system that scatters information in inaccessible places, costs too much, and keeps patients and clinicians in the dark.

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Who should attend iHealth?

C-suite, decision makers, strategic planners, clinicians charged with understanding the big picture, improving outcomes and lowering costs.

Bottom-line analysts, managers and physician/nurse executives transforming the business and practice of healthcare delivery.

iHealth is for financially accountable executives who need move the margins in ways that only operational informatics can drive.

iHealth is ideal for CMIO/CNIOs seeking to deepen the information base feeding critical decision-making by their teams and clinicians.

iHealth is an essential element in the Applied Clinical Informaticians’ tool box for those leaders who want to make system investments that produce measureable results.

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The iHealth exhibition hall is the place to connect with decision-makers and influencers and present your products and services for their consideration. Situated between the session presentation rooms and the guest room towers, the exhibit hall is conveniently located to attract conference attendees who want to see the best industry has to offer. Here you will present your cutting-edge solutions for capturing information about the individual and applying informatics to create intelligence that drives innovation to radically improve health care. Forty-eight 8×10 booth spaces are available along with the Innovation Stage, where exhibitors can make Industry Showcase presentations about how their offerings improve quality, reduce costs and drive better health outcomes.

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