National Health IT Week

Posted: September 26, 2016 by RISC in Education, News Events, Social Media, Tip of the Week, Upcoming Events

National Health IT Week

September 26-30, 2016

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Click for more activities, information, highlights and new health IT tools/resources

A Message from President Obama Commemorating National Health IT Week

 

“During National Health IT Week, we recommit ourselves to improving the health of our citizenry using the breakthrough technologies of our time and reaching for the next frontier of innovation…Because of our collective efforts, 97 percent of our Nation’s hospitals and three-quarters of doctors are using electronic records to care for their patients…These efforts help advance our Administration’s goal of fostering the seamless and secure flow of electronic health information when and where it is needed most. Though there is more to be done to realize a healthcare system that fits each of our needs, I am confident that if we continue working together, we can build a future of greater health and prosperity for coming generations.”

President Barack Obama, commemorating National Health IT Week

For the full message see: RISCconsulting.com

Here are some of the events. View daily for updates

  • New resources: Health IT Playbook, EHR Contract Guide
  • Blockchain white papers posted
  •  Newest survey on hospitals using certified EHRs
  • Dr. Vindell Washington will be available on Tuesday, September 27 at 11:00 am ET using #AskVindell for Twitter Chat
  • Twitter Chat on Model Privacy Notice on Thursday, September 29th at 2:00 pm ET using #MPNchat
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