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Welcome to the
New Jersey Chapter of HIMSS
Improving the Quality of Healthcare Through Technology


The New Jersey Chapter of the Healthcare Information Management System Society (NJ HIMSS) is a consortium of healthcare professionals who are committed to promoting constant improvement in the use of information technology within the healthcare industry.


Innovation: Improving Patient Care & Outcomes PDF Print Share

At this full day event, focused on Innovation: Improving Patient Care & Outcomes, you will hear from:

  • Charles Steiner: Manager, Innovations Operations.  Cleveland Clinic Innovations Center
  • Stephen LoSardo:  IMS Health
  • Jonathan Dreyer:  HealthIT Strategic Partners
  • Lygeia Ricciardi:  Clear-Voice

ACO Panel Discussion on Innovation around Patient Engagement:

  • Hackensack University MC:  Thomas McCarter, MD, FACP, FCPP, Chief Medical Officer, Team of Care
  • Barnabas Health:  Dena Ragusa, ACO Manager of Informatics & DSRIP Project Manager
  • Meridian Health:  Navneet Kathuria, MD, MPH, MBA VP

 

JUNE 11, 2015


Rutgers College Avenue Student Center
126 College Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ  08901

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Registration to attend this event is required.  Costs include a continental breakfast, lunch, and a network cocktail reception.  



HIMSS Members:  $175.00


Non-Members:    $200.00


Students:           $  50.00


Announcements
WALDEN UNIVERSITY IS OFFERING A $2,500 GRANT PDF Print Share

WALDEN UNIVERSITY IS OFFERING A $2,500 GRANT TOWARDS A BACHELOR PROGRAM
IF YOU BEGIN ONE OF THERE PROGRAMS ON MARCH 2, 2015

Additionally, if you have other courses that are eligible to transfer into your bachelor’s program, you may be able to further reduce your tuition and complete your program in less time.
I encourage you to consider taking the next step in achieving your educational goals. Please reach out so you can take advantage of this $2,500 grant today. Click Here for more details.


HIMSS Luncheon PDF Print Share

SAVE THE DATE

NJHIMSS Luncheon @ HIMSS National
Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Chicago Convention Center Room S106 AB

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(Space is limited)

 


Save the Date - June 11, 2015 PDF Print Share

SAVE THE DATE

NJHIMSS Spring Conference will be held on 
Thursday, June 11, 2015.Location and additional details to follow shortly.


7th Annual Regional DV-NJ Chapters HIMSS Conference PDF Print Share
We are excited to host the 7th Annual Regional DV-NJ Chapters HIMSS Conference in Atlantic City again this year; our premier educational and networking event.  Our program consists of two new tracks this year with Coordinated Care and Business Intelligence/Big Data with three compelling Keynotes. We have added some additional features that we hope will enhance your experience.  They are as follows:Fall2014
  • Choice of Hotel: Bally’s or Caesar’s at a HIMSS discounted rate
  • CPHIMS Review Course offered on Wednesday, Nov. 12th
  • Casino Game night on Wednesday, Nov. 12th to kick off the festivities – all are invited (free admission)
  • 3 top notch Keynote speakers on Thursday, Nov. 13th
  • We will feature 24 comprehensive presentation covering 6 different areas of the healthcare environment
  • Breakfast, lunch and a network Reception for all to enjoy
  • CPHIMS Exam available on Friday, Nov. 14th at 11 AM (limit 10 seats)
  • Roundtable discussions, scholarship awards during Friday morning breakfast 
Please see the attached invitation for conference details and registration information.

Presentations are now available.
 
 
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NEW! - Meaningful Use Stage 2 Blog has launched!! PDF Print Share

BCMA and MU2 – not just a simple undertaking

June 3rd, 2013, Barbara Boelter, AVP ITS Operations at Somerset Medical Center

Don’t underestimate the work effort it takes to bring BCMA to fruition or you may have difficulty reaching that “simple” 10%. When the MU2 criteria first came out, we all thought, 10% – that will be a cake walk. We can bring 2 nursing units up and reach that goal…..wrong. The 10% represents BCMA of EVERY dose of EVERY medication dose given to the patient.

Read the full post on the new blog @ http://mu2.njhimss.org