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Medical Informatics World 2015
May 4, 2015 @ 8:00 am - May 5, 2015 @ 5:00 pm
About the Conference
Held each year in Boston, Medical Informatics World connects more than 400 healthcare, biomedical science, health informatics, and IT leaders to navigate emerging trends and opportunities in the evolving industry. The event responds to the challenges in collaborating and maximizing the benefit of enabling technologies with inspiring plenary keynotes combined with focused expert-led presentations and discussions. Coverage includes population health management, predictive analytics, payer-provider-pharma data collaborations, patient care and engagement, mobile and wearable technologies, care delivery models, enterprise hospital information systems, clinical decision support, error and readmission reduction, and healthcare data security. The 2015 program features six conference tracks, two interactive dinner workshops and six plenary keynote presentations, providing attendees with the connections, tools and strategies for taking their research and care delivery to the next level.
2015 Concurrent Tracks
Leveraging mHealth, Telehealth and Cloud
Amidst a diminishing supply of providers and escalating costs of healthcare, the call for new point-of-care testing, direct-to-consumer diagnostics, patient-centered devices and apps to support mobile healthcare and telemedicine has never been greater. These technologies offer clinicians decision support capabilities, healthcare systems a real-time data stream for population health management, and they offer providers, patients and payers the chance to improve the outcome of care for less expense. Cambridge Healthtech Institute and Clinical Informatics News’ “Leveraging mHealth, Telehealth and the Cloud: Achieving the Triple Aim with Mobile Tech, POC Devices, Wearables and Telemedicine,” taking place May 4-5, 2015 at the Renaissance Waterfront Hotel in Boston, MA, will bring together technology developers, clinicians, researchers, payers and innovators in mobile health and telehealth for key discussions on the development and utilization of mobile tech to improve healthcare.