9th annual Ohio Healthcare Information Technology Day (OHIT Day) at the Ohio Statehouse Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Governor John Kasich has proclaimed it to be Ohio Healthcare Information Technology Day throughout the State of Ohio.
Ohio Healthcare Information Technology Day 2/11/15 is in the Ohio Statehouse Atrium. The principal sponsors of this event are, the Central & Southern Ohio HIMSS, the Northern Ohio HIMSS, the Ohio Health Information Management Association (OHIMA), the Ohio College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), CliniSync HIE, HealthBridge HIE, HIMSS Innovation Center and eHealth Ohio. This year we will be focusing on Ohio's Health Information Exchanges - HIE policy concerns, sustainability & standards Agenda: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm - Luncheon Ohio Legislator of the Year - Rep. Ryan Smith Governor's Office of Health Transformation - Rex Plouck, Portfolio Manager HealthBridge - Craig Brammer, CEO CliniSync - Dan Paoletti, CEO 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm - Via Video Stream from the HIMSS Innovation Center in Cleveland, OH Armond Budish - Cuyahoga County Executive (Former State Representative & Speaker of the House) 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm - CIO/CMIO Panel Gary Ginter, CIO, Premier Health System, Dayton, Ohio Alex Rodriguez, CIO, St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio Robert White,MD, Associate CMIO, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm - Reception
HERE’S HOW YOU CAN HELP: Support the further use of Telehealth technology to improve the delivery of healthcare for Ohioans. Support health IT funding in your future budget considerations even though budget deficit conditions will need to be resolved. Support policies to increase health Information exchange in Ohio consistent with national standards and help supply funding as needed. Support the funding of health IT workforce development programs that are needed to implement the health IT objectives in Ohio. Support coordination of care through a technologically integrated healthcare community, including the healthcare consumer, caregivers, and payers as partners.