The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society and CDW Healthcare will host five free educational sessions through the end of 2011 covering the transition to electronic health records and qualifying for federal meaningful use incentive payments.
Each session, targeting ambulatory settings, will include a physician who has adopted EHRs and can give real-life lessons, and Mary Griskewicz, senior director of ambulatory information systems at HIMSS. "Our goal is to provide attendees with practical meaningful use knowledge that they can take back and immediately apply to their health care practices," she says.
Sessions are scheduled for Aug. 31 in Seattle, Sept. 27 in Indianapolis, Oct. 20 in Nashville, Nov. 15 in Dallas and Dec. 6 in San Diego. More information is available at himss.org/cdwevents.
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