Director – Nursing, Clinical Informatics,
Memorial Healthcare System Information Technology
The 2016 edition of IntegraTe will feature the journey of leading healthcare organizations delivering transformational examples aimed to achieve value-based care. The conference is designed in four overarching themes depicted in engaging success stories told by thought leaders forging innovation and paving the way to a new healthcare delivery model.
This year’s themes include:
Computer Network Architects, Incorporated
Partner, Healthcare Solutions ,
Chief of Operations for Population Health ,
Stony Brook Medicine
Lynn Cancer Institute and Lynn Women's Health and Wellness Institute
SVP & Chief information Officer,
Miami Children’s Health System
Senior Innovation and Performance Improvement Specialist,
Florida Hospital Celebration Health
Director of National Accounts,
Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization
The South Florida Chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (SFLHIMSS) was organized to promote the professional development of members, to improve the reputation of the profession and to encourage advancement in the field of health care management systems. Our objectives are to promote the sharing of ideas and experiences, work on joint projects at the local level and to provide a forum for meeting and networking among local professionals in the field of healthcare computing and telecommunications.
HFMA is the nation’s leading membership organization for healthcare financial management executives and leaders. More than 40,000 members-ranging from CFOs to controllers to accountants-consider HFMA a respected thought leader on top trends and issues facing the healthcare industry. The Florida Chapter of the Healthcare Financial Management Association is a professional membership organization for individuals in financial management of healthcare institutions and related patient organizations.
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