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iHT² [eye-h-tee-squared]: 1.an awe-inspiring summit featuring some of the world’s best and brightest. 2. great food for thought that will leave you begging for more. 3. a great way to connect and engage with those changing our world.

Each year, the Institute hosts a series of events & programs which promote improvements in the quality, safety, and efficiency of health care through information technology and facilitating knowledge exchange. iHT² programs are designed to support multi-stakeholder organizations who are navigating through health IT issues, policies and strategies in an attempt to improve care. Institute programs include a variety of guest speakers and keynotes representing many diverse sectors within health care. Speaker faculty provide expert advice, practical recommendations, solution-oriented best practices and reactions related to the most pressing issues.

The 2015 iHT2 Health IT Summit in Denver will bring together over 200 C-level, physician, practice management and IT decision-makers from North America’s leading provider organizations and physician practices. For two days, executives will be able to interact with a national audience of peers, thought leaders, and solutions providers at one of Denver's finest resorts. Areas of discussion will include: Meaningful Use, Health Information Exchange, Telehealth, Accountable Care, mHealth, Cloud Computing, and more.

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  • conference program

     

    • 21 July 2015
      • 8:00 Registration Opens
      • 8:45 Introductory Remarks
      • 8:50 - 10:10 Panel: "Strategies for Advancing Interoperability"
    • 22 July 2015
      • 8:00 Opening Remarks
      • 8:45 Opening Remarks
      • 9:00 - 9:55 Panel: "Telehealth: Colorado and Beyond"

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  • conference presentations

     

      • Strategies for Advancing Interoperability
      • The interoperability challenge is to create a standardized interoperable model that is patient centric, trusted, longitudinal, scalable, sustainable, and reliable.
      • Big Data Check-Up
      • Big Data has gained tremendous attention over the past several years with its potential to revolutionize patient care. With all that hype, how is Big Data actually making a positive impact in health care?

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