Executives from Cisco Systems, GE Healthcare, IBM and Microsoft will be among delegates discussing the challenge of integration and interoperability in healthcare during two sessions on Nov. 11th at The World Health Care Innovation and Technology Congress at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, D.C.
The meetings have been designed to excel communication between suppliers, buyers and government policy-makers regarding health information technology towards the goal of creating a nation-wide electronic health record system.
Information regarding the sessions is as follows:
- Clinical Data Integration and Interoperability (11:00am - 12:00pm) - This interactive forum will address involving purchasers who will present their technology background and current and future needs. A panel of commentators will provide insights, perspective, and the session will include feedback from an audience;
- Health Care's Future - The Interoperability Mandate. Interview of Key Health Care Technology Leaders (12:00pm - 1:00pm) - This keynote panel will address how the vision and plans of major technology companies hope to fulfill the needs of users and help move the country towards the goal of a national health care information infrastructure.