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Southern California Health IT Summit 2019
April 23, 2019 - April 24, 2019
Fuel Your Passion, Transform Healthcare at the San Diego Health IT Summit April 23-24, 2019 | The Intercontinental The Health IT Summit in San Diego is just two weeks away!
This program is designed to support multi-stakeholder organizations who are navigating through health IT issues, policies and strategies in an attempt to improve care and features a variety of guest speakers and keynotes representing many diverse sectors within healthcare. As a SOHL member you may be eligible for a complimentary or discounted registration.
Register for the Health IT Summit
PROVIDERS: use code SOHLCOMP
Our Featured Healthcare Speakers Include:
Jim Whitfill, MD HonorHealth Chief Transformation Officer
Amy Sitapati UCSD Physician, CMIO Population Health
Chris Longhurst UCSD Health Chief Information Officer
Sam Carr Mayo Clinic Senior Health Systems Engineer
Cassi Birnbaum UC San Diego Health System-wide Director of Health Info Management & Revenue Integrity
Audrius Polikaitis University of Illinois Hospital Health Sciences System Assistant VP of Health Information Technology and CIO
Mitch Parker Indiana University Health Executive Director, Information Security and Compliance
Kara Marx Sharp Healthcare Vice President, Information Systems
For more information, contact Pam Durget at firstname.lastname@example.org Across the country, Healthcare Innovation hosts a series of events and programs that promote improvements in the quality and efficiency of healthcare through information technology. We partner with provider organizations across the country to share healthcare technology success stories and best practices, while also providing a platform for insightful debate and dialogue on the future of healthcare. The 2019 Health IT Summit Series will feature discussions around a wide variety of topics, including a deeper focus on value-based care, population health, cybersecurity, AI, data analytics, clinical workflow, telehealth, and the evolving nature of U.S. health policy.