Healthcare Technology

Heather Haugen to Present on EHR Adoption at Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition

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Dr. Heather Haugen, Chief Science Officer at Atos and author of Beyond Implementation: A Prescription for the Adoption of Healthcare Technology, will be a presenter at the HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition. Headquartered in Chicago, HIMSS is a nonprofit organization focused on better health through information and technology. The company serves the global IT community with satellite locations in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.

The 2018 event takes place March 5–9 at the Wynn Las Vegas. Bringing together 40,000 clinicians, executives, vendors, and IT professionals from around the world, the conference includes five days of world-class educational and special programming. More than 300 education sessions are scheduled for the week, and more than 1,300 vendors offering the most innovative solutions on the market will be in attendance. In addition, the conference provides unique networking opportunities with some of the most trusted and respected names in the healthcare industry, who have come together to help solve today’s most pressing information and technology challenges.

Dr. Haugen will present research during a forum on EHR adoption.

This year’s keynote speakers include Eric Schimdt, technological advisor and former executive chairman at Alphabet, Inc., the parent company of Google; David Shulkin, U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs; Vice Admiral Raquel C. Bono, director of the Defense Health Agency; Keller Rinaudo, founder and CEO of Zipline; and sports legend and entrepreneur Earvin “Magic” Johnson.

You can purchase Dr. Haugen’s book on adopting electronic health records, Beyond Implementation: A Prescription for the Adoption of Healthcare Technology.

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