Call for Presenters deadline is approaching!
The Nebraska HIMSS Program Committee is seeking presenters for our 2018 Spring Meeting which will be on in Lincoln, Nebraska. The mission of the Nebraska Chapter of HIMSS is to enhance professional knowledge, create forums for networking, and foster leadership at the individual and corporate level. All those with an interesting topic are invited and encouraged to submit their presentation proposal, keeping true to our mission, this must be an educational presentation.
If you would like to share something exciting about what you are doing in healthcare information technology, please complete and return the attached Nebraska HIMSS Presenter Application for presenters by February 2, 2018.
Important Presenter Dates
- Deadline for Presenter Application submission:
- Notification of acceptance:
- Deadline to submit materials needed for continuing education application:
- Deadline for final slide set submission:
- Nebraska HIMSS 2018 Spring Meeting:
Our speaker selection committee is looking for dynamic presentations regarding innovative and collaborative health information technology success stories as well as lessons learned. We will evaluate the proposed program for its evidence-based educational content, quality, applicability to HIMSS’ membership, and speaker qualifications. Priority consideration will go to topics that are unique, innovative, or otherwise represent current issues in health information technology. We also want to involve as many organizations as practical. If you work for an organization that sells a health information technology product or service, the description of your company must be limited to the first slide only to support the mission of enhancing professional knowledge through education. You are also encouraged to co-present with a Healthcare provider organization.
Topics of interest, but feel free to submit your own topic:
- Clinical Informatics
- Population health and care coordination
- Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement Model
- Increased coordination of care among hospitals, physicians, and post-acute care providers from HIE perspective
- Quality improvement success with data (vendor neutral)
- Downtime implications - lessons learned
- Patient and clinic message management strategies
- Best practices, CDS and challenges
- Patient engagement
- Telehealth (innovative use, changing regulation, remote patient care)
- Medical image integration/management
- Cognitive science/ artificial intelligence in healthcare
We appreciate your support of our local HIMSS Chapter by sharing your knowledge and experience with our members.
Please send in your completed application to wanda.kelley@
Wanda Kelley, MSN, RN-BC
Nebraska HIMSS Program Committee Chair
Vice President, Clinical Informatics
Praesidio Healthcare Consulting LLC