Greater Pensacola, FL, October 19, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- There are nearly 50 million uninsured people in the United States, and when Affordable Care Act regulations take effect next year, there will be increased strain on the nation's health systems and the need, more than ever before, to find innovative ways to manage patient information.
In its continuing effort to help improve patient care and overall community health, the Greater Pensacola Chamber will be hosting its annual Strategic Health Intelligence Summit next month, bringing together local and regional industry experts with physicians, chief information officers, nurse practitioners, office managers, researchers and many others to discuss health connectivity, tactical applications and clinical information management.
In its seventh year, the Strategic Health Intelligence Summit has brought together national leaders, researchers and private-sector innovators to discuss current and future health-related trends. The summit has featured healthcare industry professionals and representatives from the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and other governmental organizations to find solutions for a more connected health system. The summit is also sponsored by a number of national and international organizations, many of whom will have some of their latest projects and future innovations on display for attendees.
This year’s theme is “Threading Shared Data for Meaningful Healthcare Outcomes,” and the two-day event will take place on Nov. 6 & 7 at the Crowne Plaza Pensacola Grande Hotel, 200 E. Gregory St., in Downtown Pensacola, Fla. Details about this year’s summit, including a full schedule and registration information, are available online at www.SHISummit.com.
Day 1 of the summit will feature panel the sessions "Gaining Meaningful Outcomes with Pervasive Digital Healthcare" and "Solving the Data Puzzle to Improve Community Health.” Day 2 will feature the panel sessions "Threading Complex Data Sets for Value Driven Results" and "Achieving Meaningful Use Requirements," as well as “Innovation Hour,” an activity where up to 10 presenters will have the opportunity to showcase their new innovations, ideas or products to summit attendees.
Sponsorship and advertising opportunities for this year’s Strategic Health Intelligence Summit are still available. For more information about advertising, contact Emilie Randall, Account Executive, at (850) 438-4081, ext. 258, or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about sponsorships, contact Ashley Spikes, Government Partnerships Manager for the Greater Pensacola Chamber, at (850) 438-4081, ext. 230, or email@example.com.