Tackling the challenges of transforming the future of care will be at the heart of Cerner Health Conference (CHC) 2020. With many of the industry’s brightest minds gathering virtually Oct. 13-14, the topic of advancing the free exchange of health information will be at the forefront of discussion. Throughout CHC, leaders will share their expertise around interoperability across clinical, technical and operational settings.
In the Solutions Gallery, you can learn how Cerner’s interoperability solutions enable efficient clinical workflows, next generation intelligence, a refined clinician experience and expanded clinical record access.
There will also be several sessions and specialty events focused on how we can work together to better collect, curate and organize data from disparate systems across the health IT landscape – ultimately leading to better patient outcomes and increased clinician satisfaction. These are a few sessions to consider.
- Interoperability in action: how leveraging a health information exchange (HIE) can improve connectivity, care delivery and community outreach
Interoperability thought leadership
Ahead of the conference, dive into this blog and podcast content around strengthening connectivity and supporting the open flow of data.
Josh Mast, lead regulatory strategist, Cerner, breaks down what health care organizations need to know ahead of the Nov. 2 information blocking compliance date.
Two interoperability experts from the University of Pittsburg Medical Center explain why the health care industry must move from faxing to a seamless, connected and secure exchange of data.
In this episode, Hans Buitendijk, director of interoperability strategy at Cerner, discusses the role of interoperability in managing the dual risks of natural disasters and a global pandemic.
To register for CHC20 and see the full agenda, visit CernerHealthConference.com.
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