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Conferences are a good way to get the newest information, network, earn some needed continuing educations, or get back in touch with peers. If you have to take time off and travel to a conference you need time to plan. Consider these 2013 Health IT Events and Conferences for the most up to date in health IT adoption. And keep posted on upcoming information on 4Medapproved vendor booths. Stop by and meet them. For more Health IT events check out this HIT event calendar.
Wireless Health 2013
November 1-3, 2013 John Hopkins University, Baltimore MD
The Wireless Health annual conference series convenes the vanguard international research communities in Wireless technologies and mobile health research. Wireless Health 2013, hosted this year at Johns Hopkins University, invites cutting edge wireless, connected and mobile health research from engineering, computer science, biomedical and health disciplines.
Wireless Health 2013 will provide a critical networking opportunity that links each of the Wireless Health communities and organizations – ranging from the academic, engineering, health and industry communities to the federal, regulatory and standards communities – together in one forum. It also provides a valuable and timely education event that informs each of the communities about opportunities that occur in this new field combining health, wireless technology, information technology, mobile technology and a broad set of new products and services.
AMIA 2013 Annual Symposium
November 16-20, 2013 Washington, DC
The AMIA Annual Symposium is the leading scientific meeting for biomedical and health informatics research and practice. Biomedical and health informatics is the scientific discipline that seeks to develop and use information to improve health care, to assist biomedical research across the continuum from molecules to populations, and to empower practitioners and the public in their quest for better health for all.
This is an exciting time for the field, between the opportunities and challenges posed for the information sciences by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the ever-growing concern for patient safety in an increasingly information technology-laden environment, and the need for health information and communication by researchers, practitioners, and the public. Without doubt, biomedical and health informatics is capturing the attention and interest of virtually everyone who hears the word “informatics”.
OPTUM 13th Annual: Essentials Medical Coding, Billing, and Compliance Conference
December 2-5, 2013 The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas NV
At this year’s OPTUM Conference all the coding, billing, and compliance insight you expect plus the ICD-10 guidance you will need. The deadline for converting to ICD-10 is approaching quickly. That’s why the content, structure, and price of this year’s Optum Essentials conference is designed to help you make a smooth transition to ICD-10 and streamline your day-to-day processes. This conference will help you:
- Focus on ICD-10 with specialty sessions dedicated to getting your organization ready for the transition
- Learn from nationally recognized experts on medical coding, billing, and compliance
- Stay current with updates on 2014 ICD-10-CM & -PCS, CPT®, HCPCS, and DRG codes, OIG work plans, IPPS, and OPPS
- Discover practical coding, billing, and compliance tips you can use every day
- Gather ready-to-use PowerPoint presentations for training colleagues back home
- Gain insight that keeps your coding skills current and relevant
- Get inside—and first-to-market—information on medical code updates, regulatory changes, and compliance issues
- Customize your conference experience by choosing from up to five classes per time slot