Orlando, FL, March 14, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- HealthCamp Orlando is an event focused on innovations in healthcare and is being held at Florida Hospital Orlando, 601 East Rollins Street, Orlando, Florida on April 27, 2012. Like many organizations, Florida Hospital Orlando is focusing on innovations in healthcare. Part of the day’s events will include tours of the hospital’s Innovation Lab and their interactive operating room lab.
The topics and presenters at HealthCamp Orlando represent various aspects of the healthcare industry and focus on technology, process and policy as discussion areas for innovation. The event offers inspiring moments and showcases the remarkable innovations and people who are transforming healthcare.
The event will have five session tracks for the day. Three tracks will be devoted to the unconference format of a HealthCamp. Unlike traditional meetings, HealthCamp’s agenda is set in the morning with a blank schedule. It is then filled up by attendees that want to do a presentation. The day’s sessions will also showcase featured speakers who will talk about some of the most innovative happenings in healthcare.
FMQAI will host two session tracks devoted to the Learning and Action Networks focusing on preventive care services, HIT and cardiac care. The format is all teach, all learn and will focus on improvements, innovations and practical knowledge that can be used in the physician practices and their communities.
For more information and, to register for the event go to: www.healthcamporlando.org.
About FMQAI: Since 2004, FMQAI has helped more than 300 physician practices in Florida overcome barriers to adopting and effectively using EHRs to improve patient care. Located in Tampa, FMQAI works with federal, state and private clients on healthcare quality improvement, medical case review, electronic data reporting and health information technology.
About HealthCamp Orlando: HealthCamp Orlando is an unconference event organized by HealthCamp Florida that focuses on “The remarkable innovations that are transforming healthcare.” To register or find more information go to: www.HealthCampOrlando.org and to follow on Twitter go to http://twitter.com/healthcampfl.