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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.


Interoperability Demonstration Registration PDF Print Share

DATE:  November 12-14, 2014

PLACE: Bally's Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City, NJ

 


 

Again this year, the 2014 NJHIMSS Interoperability Demo will be comprised of 2 types of demonstration opportunities. 

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Announcements
Call for Speakers! PDF Print Share

We're accepting speaker proposals now for the Fall Conference.

When:  November 12 -14, 2014

Where: Bally’s Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City, NJ

Thank you all for your presentation submissions. The committee will now review the submissions.


HIMSS'14 Luncheon Presentation PDF Print Share

NJ HIMSS would like to thank everyone who attended the luncheon @ HIMSS'14 in Orlando, Florida. Below you can find a link to download the presentation that was held by Barbara Boelter, BSN, RN, MHA.

 

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Fall Conference 2013 Recap PDF Print Share

Thank you to all our attendees, speakers, sponsors and board members for yet another great event. Board of the Delaware and New Jersey HIMSS Chapters would like to sincerely thank everyone for their participation. Please see the conference recap presentations, and other information below:

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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