Healthcare IT Connect (HITC) is an industry leading provider of conferences, online education, hosted webinars and peer to peer networking in the Healthcare IT Industry. Established in 2008 to meet with the growing demands of professionals across the healthcare industry to collaborate at a national, state and regional level regarding their IT strategies and investments Healthcare IT Connect's conferences and online events are sponsored by organizations and associations across all verticals in the healthcare industry. In 2010 a total of over 10,000 registrants benefitted from the educational programs produced by Healthcare IT Connect .
2012 Accountable Care and Health IT Strategies Summit
January 17-19, Intercontinental, Doral, Miami, Florida
The 2012 Accountable Care and Health IT Strategies Summit delivers critical insights into the information powered health system that will lay the foundations for clinical improvement, operational and financial efficiencies in Era of Accountable Care.
Healthcare providers, payers and ACO Pilots are rapidly determining their organization's strategy to succeed in an Accountable Care setting, a critical part of establishing a successful ACO is to plan and implement the IT systems that will enable the improved workflow, care coordination and support new incentive and payment models.
The 2012 Accountable Care and Health IT Strategies Summit is produced in close collaboration with Co-Sponsors The Advisory Board Company, Center for Connected Health Partners Healthcare, The Care Continuum Alliance and the Patient Centered Primary Care Collaborative.
2012 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit, June 19-21 Hyatt Dulles, VA
In Partnership with the National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO)
The 2012 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit is produced in partnership with the National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO) and examines the role of state health IT modernization and transformation at the intersection of HITECH and State Health Reform. States play an evolving and expanding role in driving health information exchange and adoption and use of health information technology.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act has provided the foundational infrastructure for statewide Health Information Exchange and support the adoption of health IT by provider organizations, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) sets out the framework for the development of State Health Benefits Exchanges, interoperability between state and Federal systems and data support for the coordinated delivery models such as Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Medical Homes.
The coordinated deployment of Health IT has the potential to transform nearly every aspect of healthcare delivery, allowing providers to have comprehensive, intuitive, high-quality patient information at their fingertips to make the right decisions for patient care and to give states better insight into public health, and reducing costs associated with high risk populations.