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  • 1. 2010 Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition February 27 – March 04, 2010 Atlanta, Ga. Below are the sessions that qualify for CPHIMS continuing education contact hours. Check the “√” column for all sessions attended and total the number of contact hours earned each day. At the end of the form, total the number of contact hours earned for the entire event. Do not send this form to HIMSS. Retain this form for your records. You will need to provide a copy of this form when renewing your certification. Keynote Speakers Date Time Speaker Hours (√) Monday, March 1 8:00-9:30 Dan Hesse 1.8 Wednesday, March 3 8:30-9:30 David Blumenthal, MD, MPP 1.2 Thursday, March 4 8:30-9:30 Sanjay Gupta, MD and Harry Markopolos, CFA 1.2 Thursday, March 4 12:30-2:00 Chesley B. “Sully” Sullenberger, III 1.8 Total contact hours earned for Keynote Speakers (max. = 6.0) __________ Tuesday, March 02, 2010 – Career Planning Workshop Time Event # Session Title Hours (√) Total contact hours earned for Career Planning Workshop (max. = TBD) __________ SIG Meetings Time Event # Session Title Hours (√) Monday, March 1 Tuesday, March 2 Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 1 of 19
  • 2. Wednesday, March 3 Total contact hours earned for SIG Meetings (max. = TBD)__________ Saturday, February 27, 2010 – Foundations of Nursing Informatics Time Event Session Title Hours (√) # 1:15- Leveraging the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act to Achieve FNI-2 1.2 2:15 Meaningful Use of EHR Systems 2:15- FNI-3 The Impact of Standards & Certification on EHR Systems 0.9 3:00 3:15- FNI-4 SNOMED CT: Terminology Implications for Meaningful Use 0.9 4:00 4:00- FNI-5 Demonstrating Meaningful Use through Quality Measures 1.2 5:00 Total contact hours earned for Foundations of Nursing Informatics (max. = 4.2)__________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – Academic Forum Time Event # Session Title Hours (√) Total contact hours earned for Academic Forum (max. = TBD) __________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – CIO Forum Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # 9:30-10:30 Fixing Healthcare on the Back of a Napkin 1.2 11:00- The National HIT Agenda – A Meaningful Town Hall Discussion 1.2 12:00 1:00-2:00 Managing Change: The Healthcare Employee in 2010 1.2 Lessons from Everest: How to Succeed in the Most Extreme 2:30-3:30 1.2 Environments Total contact hours earned for CIO Forum (max. = 4.8)__________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – Clinical Engineering & IT Symposium Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # 9:15- American Recovery & Reinvestment Act & the Effects on the Clinical CEIT-2 1.2 10:15 Engineering & IT Space 10:30- CEIT-3 A New Paradigm for Project Management & the Integration of HIT 1.2 11:30 Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 2 of 19
  • 3. 11:30- Risk Management in the CE-IT Workspace: Exploring the Implications of CEIT-4 1.2 12:30 IEC 80001-1 1:30-2:30 CEIT-5 The Shared Space: Developing Governance & Best Practices Models 1.2 Succeeding in Today’s Workplace: The Employer’s Perspective on How to 2:45-3:45 CEIT-6 1.2 Equip the Technical Workforce Telehealth & Telemedicine 0 What Is It, & How Is It Going to Affect My 3:45-4:45 CEIT-7 1.2 Career? Total contact hours earned for Clinical Engineering & IT Symposium (max. = 7.2)__________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – Financial Systems Symposium Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # Follow the Money – Healthcare Reform & Financial Systems 8:10-9:10 FS-2 1.2 Implications 9:10-10:10 FS-3 The Emerging Partnership between Providers & Their Banks 1.2 10:15- FS-4 ICD-10: What’s It Going to Cost, & Are You Doing Enough to Prepare? 1.2 11:15 11:20- Flipping the Switch – From Retrospective Systems to Real-Time FS-5 1.2 12:20 Forecasting Total contact hours earned for Financial Systems Symposium (max. = 4.8)__________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – Health Information Exchange Symposium Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # 8:30-9:30 HIE-2 The National Landscape of HIEs 1.2 9:45-10:45 HIE-3 A Federal Perspective: ARRA Grants & Programs 1.2 11:00- Two-Year Targets & Beyond: Achieving Meaningful Use in Practice HIE-4 1.2 12:00 across States 12:00-1:00 HIE-5 Breakout Session 1.2 1:00-2:00 HIE-6 HIEs Serving Rural & Underserved Communities: The Key to Success 1.2 2:15-3:05 HIE-7 Afternoon Breakout Session 1.0 3:20-4:20 HIE-8 Future Horizon for HIE Meaningful Use 1.2 Total contact hours earned for Health Information Exchange Symposium (max. = 8.2) _________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – HIMSS Medical Banking Boot Camp Time Event # Session Title Hours (√) Total contact hours earned for HIMSS Medical Banking Boot Camp (max. = TBD)__________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – Nursing Informatics Symposium Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # 9:15- NI-2 A Practical Approach to Usability: Making Systems Work for Nurses 1.2 10:15 10:30- NI-3 Multidisciplinary Joint Session: Medication Process, Closing the Loop 1.2 Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 3 of 19
  • 4. 11:30 12:30- NI-4 Enhancing Patient Care with Clinical Guidelines & Care Sets 1.2 1:30 NI-7 New Avenues for Telehealth Is Technology REALLY Supporting Nursing Practice? NI-5 1:45-2:45 We the People: How Nursing Informatics Can Contribute to Healthcare 1.2 NI-8 Reform through Patient-Centric HIT NI-6 The Evolution of Informatics Competencies 3:00-4:00 1.2 NI-9 The Trials & Triumphs of Medical Device Integration 4:30-5:15 NI-11 Medical Cloud Computing: Is Your Cell Phone Smarter than your Doctor? 0.9 Total contact hours earned for Nursing Informatics Symposium (max. = 6.9) __________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – Payer Symposium Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # 9:15-10:15 PY-2 Multi-Payer-Provider Collaboration to Simplify Healthcare Administration 1.2 10:15- Data Aggregation – A Transparent Relationship Between Payer & PY-3 1.2 11:15 Provider 11:30- PY-4 Healthcare Finance & Reimbursement 1.2 12:30 Consumer/Patient Engagement – Helping the Patient Navigate Through 1:30-2:30 PY-5 1.2 Healthcare 2:45-3:45 PY-6 Meaningful Use as the Ultimate Quality Improvement – For Payers Too! 1.2 4:00-4:45 PY-7 What Does the Future Look Like? An Audience Open Forum 0.9 Total contact hours earned for Payer Symposium (max. = 6.9) __________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – Personal Health Records Symposium Time Event # Session Title Hours (√) 1:15-2:15 PHR-2 Perspectives from the Industry: Lessons Learned 1.2 2:15-3:15 PHR-3 Policy & Standards on PHR Adoption 1.2 3:45-4:45 PHR-4 PHRs of the Future – Where Are We Headed? 1.2 Total contact hours earned for Personal Health Records Symposium (max. = 3.6)__________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – Pharmacy IT Symposium Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # 9:15- PHAR-2 Incorporating Evidence into Decision Making 1.2 10:15 10:30- PHAR-3 Multi-Disciplinary Joint Session: Medication Process, Closing the Loop 1.2 11:30 12:00- PHAR-4 A HRSA Update 0.6 12:30 12:30- PHAR-5 Medication Reconciliation & Continuity of Care 1.2 1:30 Medication System Implementation Challenges: Fitting a Round Peg into 1:40-2:40 PHAR-6 1.2 a Square Hole Easing the Medication Information System Transition from 2:40-3:40 PHAR-7 1.2 Implementation to Maintenance 3:50-4:50 PHAR-8 Pharmacy Practice & Informatics – What Does the Future Hold? 1.2 Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 4 of 19
  • 5. Total contact hours earned for Pharmacy IT Symposium (max. = 7.8) __________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – Physicians’ IT Symposium Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # Quality, Safety & Meaningful Use in Healthcare Technology: A Message 8:45-9:45 PHY-2 1.2 from ONC 10:00- What You Need to Know About Your EMR Vendor: The Right Questions PHY-3 1.2 11:00 to Ask 11:00- PHY-4 Dealing with Malpractice Liability in the Use of EHRs, PHRs, & HIEs 1.2 12:00 Clinical Decision Support & Meaningful Use: Requirements, Enablers, & 1:30-2:30 PHY-5 1.2 What You Should Do Now 1:30-2:30 PHY-6 How to “Meaningfully” Protect Privacy Without Harming Patients 1.2 PHY-7 Clinical Information Exchange 3:00-4:00 1.2 PHY-8 Meaningful Use: Protecting the Public’s Health 4:15-5:00 PHY-9 Facilitated Open Discussion 0.9 Total contact hours earned for Physicians’ IT Symposium (max. = 8.1) __________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – Supply Chain Symposium Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # 8:15-9:15 SCM-2 Supply Chain Without Walls 1.2 9:15- SCM-3 Healthcare Reform – Supply Chain Matters 0.9 10:00 10:15- Evidence-based Supply Chain Management – Supporting Evidence Based SCM-4 1.5 11:30 Medicine: Transitioning to the Future State 11:30- SCM-5 Supply Chain Technology: The Evolving Regulatory Environment 0.6 12:00 Supply Chain Technology: How Far Have We Come? How Far Do We 1:00-2:00 SCM-6 1.2 Need to Go? 2:00-3:00 SCM-7 Standards & Technology: Beyond Words 1.2 3:15-4:00 SCM-8 Beyond the Walls: Where do we go from here? 0.9 Total contact hours earned for Supply Chain Symposium (max. = 7.5)__________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – Pre-Conference Workshops Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # 8:00- 200 ARRA Privacy & Security Workshop 9.6 4:00 8:00- 201 Executive Dashboards for Process Improvement 10.8 5:00 8:00- Teach It, Don’t Assume It: Ensuring Project Management Effectiveness in 202 9.6 4:00 the Healthcare Setting 8:00- Introduction to Healthcare & IT Enabling Technologies: All You Wanted to 203 4.8 12:00 Know & Were Afraid to Ask 8:00- 204 Achieving Meaningful Use 4.8 12:00 8:00- 205 The Realities & Strategies of Healthcare IT Leadership 4.8 Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 5 of 19
  • 6. 12:00 1:00- Interoperability: Leveraging the ONC/HITSP Roadmap for Cost-Effective 206 4.8 5:00 Chronic Care Monitoring 8:00- 207 Reducing Risk in Healthcare IT Purchases: Avoiding & Resolving Disputes 4.8 12:00 1:00- 209 ARRA: Davies Excellence Awards 4.8 5:00 8:00- CPHIMS Review Course 10.2 4:30 Total contact hours earned for Pre-Conference Workshops (max. = 10.8)__________ Monday, March 01, 2010 – Education Sessions Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # 9:45- 2 Views from the Top: The Honorable Jim Douglas, Governor of Vermont 1.2 10:45 9:45- Advancing Information Technology in the Personal Health Solutions 3 1.2 10:45 Ecosystem 9:45- Physician Synergy Session: Integration of Mobile Health Applications in 5 1.2 10:45 Healthcare 9:45- Federal Health Community Synergy Session: CMS Quality Measures for 6 1.2 10:45 Today & the Future 9:45- Management Engineering Process Improvement (ME-PI) Synergy Session: 7 1.2 10:45 RFID: An Emerging Tool for ME-PI 9:45- 8 Developing Multidisciplinary Order Sets to Improve Inpatient Care Delivery 1.2 10:45 9:45- 9 EHR Monitoring for Compliance, Security & Privacy 1.2 10:45 9:45- 10 Getting Your Project Funded: A Practical Guide 1.2 10:45 9:45- 11 Developing a Clinical Information Systems-Specific Education Department 1.2 10:45 9:45- Improving Quality & Access through Administrative & Clinical Transaction 12 1.2 10:45 Convergence 9:45- Cancer Surveillance as a Public Health Proof of Concept for Partnering with 13 1.2 10:45 Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise 9:45- 14 News from the MHS OCIO 1.2 10:45 9:45- Achieving E-Health Collaboration in a Highly Digitalized Nation: The Swedish 15 1.2 10:45 Approach 9:45- Nursing Informatics Synergy Session: Recognizing the Best of the Best: 16 1.2 10:45 Nursing’s Key Role in EMR Implementation 9:45- 17 ONC Session #1 1.2 10:45 9:45- Senior Executive Synergy Session: Leadership Lessons from Boot Camp to 18 1.2 10:45 the Boardroom 9:45- 19 Clinical Engineering & IT Convergence: Why, When & How 1.2 10:45 9:45- 20 Bringing Healthcare Home: Technology & Telehealth Adoption in Home Care 1.2 10:45 9:45- 21 State Officials Medicaid Forum 1.2 10:45 Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 6 of 19
  • 7. 11:00- Views from the Top: Garth Graham, MD, MPH, Deputy Assistant Secretary 22 1.2 12:00 for Minority Health, Department of Health & Human Services (Invited) 11:00- Enterprise-Wide Clinical Image Consolidation: One Integrated Delivery 23 1.2 12:00 Network’s Experience 11:00- Physician Synergy Session: Transactional Patient Portals – What, Why & 25 1.2 12:00 How 11:00- 26 Federal Health Community Synergy Session: HRSA HIT Activities 1.2 12:00 11:00- Management Engineering Process Improvement Synergy Session: 27 1.2 12:00 Dashboards: More Than a Pretty Picture! 11:00- 28 Using DIG as a Platform for Modeling & Improving Patient Flow 1.2 12:00 11:00- 29 An Automated Approach to Monitoring Access within Clinical Applications 1.2 12:00 11:00- 30 Implications of ARRA for Clinical Decision Support 1.2 12:00 11:00- 31 Effect of CPOE on a Nurse’s Work & Work Flow 1.2 12:00 11:00- 32 Is There a Business Case for HIE? The California Experience 1.2 12:00 11:00- The Role of Standards-Based Solutions in Driving Deployment of Connected 33 1.2 12:00 Health Information Communities 11:00- Integrated Medical Home Leverages PHR & E-Connectivity to Transform 34 1.2 12:00 Care 11:00- 35 Georgia’s Health Connect Program: A State-wide EHR Implementation 1.2 12:00 11:00- Nursing Informatics Synergy Session: Recognizing the Best of the Best: 36 1.2 12:00 Nursing’s Key Role in EMR Implementation 11:00- Implementing Physician Scorecards: Driving Clinical Practice Change with 37 1.2 12:00 Data 11:00- Senior Executive Synergy Session: How Improving EHR Stability, Satisfaction 38 1.2 12:00 & Performance Saved My Job! 11:00- Empowering Nurse Executives to Leverage Technology for Improving 39 1.2 12:00 Clinical Outcomes 11:00- 40 It’s More than Pizza! Improving House Staff Adoption of CPOE 1.2 12:00 11:00- 41 The Role of Health IT in Healthcare Policy 1.2 12:00 12:15- 42 The Joint Commission 2010 National Patient Safety Goals 1.2 1:15 12:15- 43 Bringing the Hospital & Physician Clinical IT Together 1.2 1:15 12:15- Physician Synergy Session: An Evidence-Based Approach to Activating CPOE 45 1.2 1:15 & Clinical Documentation Federal Health Community Synergy Session: Federal Agencies CONNECTing 12:15- 46 to the NHIN: Transforming Federal Health through Information Exchange. A 1.2 1:15 Conversation with Federal Health CIOs & Federal Health Leaders 12:15- Management Engineering Process Improvement (ME-PI) Synergy Session: 47 1.2 1:15 The ME-PI Tool Set 12:15- 48 Technology & Techniques for Improving Blood Transfusion Safety 1.2 1:15 12:15- The New Ball Game: HITECH Breach Notification & Disclosure Accounting 49 1.2 1:15 Rules Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 7 of 19
  • 8. 12:15- 50 Adoption & Meaningful Use of EHR Technology in a Hospital 1.2 1:15 12:15- 51 Bedside Medication Scanning: Lessons from a Provider Perspective 1.2 1:15 12:15- Community HIEs with Multiple EHRs Resulting in an Integrated Community 52 1.2 1:15 EHR 12:15- 53 Engaging 225 Privately Held Physician Offices in Establishing a RHIO 1.2 1:15 12:15- Using Radio Frequency Identification to Revolutionize the Military Medical 54 1.2 1:15 (Class VIII) Supply Chain 12:15- 55 Using Health IT to Promote Population Health 1.2 1:15 12:15- Nursing Informatics Synergy Session: Recognizing the Best of the Best: 56 1.2 1:15 Nursing’s Key Role in EMR Implementation 12:15- 57 ARRA & EMR Usability: What Providers Need to Know 1.2 1:15 12:15- Senior Executive Synergy Session: CIO/CMIO: Courtship, Marriage & after 58 1.2 1:15 the Honeymoon 12:15- 59 CMS Town Hall 1.2 1:15 12:15- 60 Eight Rights of EHR-Based Safe Care 1.2 1:15 12:15- 61 EHR Certification Town Hall 1.8 1:45 Total contact hours earned for Monday Education Sessions (max. = 4.2) __________ Tuesday, March 02, 2010 – Education Sessions Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # 8:30- 62 Data-Driven Quality: More Bang for Your HIT Buck 1.2 9:30 8:30- 63 Creating the Modern OR: The Latest in Surgical Audio/Video Management 1.2 9:30 8:30- Validating the Medical Banking Concept: One Healthcare Provider’s 65 1.2 9:30 Experience 8:30- Beyond Asset Tracking: Innovative Healthcare Improvement with RTLS 66 1.2 9:30 Technology 8:30- How to Determine Which Optimization Approach Matches Your 67 1.2 9:30 Organization 8:30- Enterprise Data Warehouse: Building the Carolina Data Warehouse for 68 1.2 9:30 Health 8:30- 69 Partnering Together for a Successful EHR Implementation 1.2 9:30 8:30- 70 Healthcare Interoperability: Achieving Meaningful Use & Beyond! 1.2 9:30 8:30- 71 Leveraging EMR Data to Develop Disease-Based Registries 1.2 9:30 8:30- 72 Assessing the Technical Capability of a HIE Organization 1.2 9:30 8:30- Ambulatory Professionals Practicum: EHR Adoption: A Davies Award 73 1.2 9:30 Winner’s Story Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 8 of 19
  • 9. 8:30- 74 The Way Forward for the Military’s EHR: Since Last HIMSS… 1.2 9:30 8:30- 75 Managing & Accessing Data to Meet Changing Compliance Regulations 1.2 9:30 8:30- 76 An Organization’s Global Approach to ICD-10 1.2 9:30 8:30- 77 Global Public Health Grid: a WHO/CDC Initiative 1.2 9:30 8:30- 78 Beyond Adoption: Effective Use of Ambulatory EHRs 1.2 9:30 8:30- 79 The RACs: Implications for the Healthcare Organization 1.2 9:30 8:30- One Year Later: 100 Percent Provider Adoption of an Inpatient/Outpatient 80 1.2 9:30 EHR 8:30- HITSP Town Hall: Using Harmonized Standards in the Era of Meaningful 81 1.2 9:30 Use 9:45- Views from the Top: Don Goldmann, Senior Vice President, Institute for 82 1.2 10:45 Healthcare Improvement 9:45- 83 Common Sense Data Center Design & Construction Guidelines 1.2 10:45 9:45- 85 Business Office Vendor Management: Strategies for Managing Cash Risk 1.2 10:45 9:45- Beyond Productivity: Personnel Process Improvement at an Academic 87 1.2 10:45 Medical Center 9:45- Implementing a Clinical Decision Intelligence System in an Integrated 88 1.2 10:45 Healthcare System 9:45- 89 Patient Care, Politics, & Profits: Success with a Private Practice EHR 1.2 10:45 9:45- 90 Rise with the Tide: Navigating the New World of HIT Funding 1.2 10:45 9:45- 91 “A Big, Hairy Audacious” CPOE Goal 1.2 10:45 9:45- Mobile HIE Interconnectivity during Natural Disasters & Medical 92 1.2 10:45 Emergencies 9:45- 93 Ambulatory Professionals Practicum: Clinical Decision Support with EHRs 1.2 10:45 9:45- 94 DoD/VA sharing with the Private Sector using CONNECT over the NHIN 1.2 10:45 9:45- Public Health Meets Personal Health: Tennessee Utilizes the Power of 95 1.2 10:45 Telehealth 9:45- 96 The Canadian eHealth Experience 1.2 10:45 9:45- 97 ONC Session #2 1.2 10:45 9:45- The Future of Interfacing: Collaborating beyond Hospital Walls & 98 1.2 10:45 Connecting Devices 9:45- 99 New Rules for an Old Game: Structuring Winning EHR Contracts 1.2 10:45 9:45- Connecting with Community Practices: Benefiting from the Best of Both 100 1.2 10:45 Worlds 9:45- 101 How “Original” Is Your EHR Documentation? Data Integrity Best Practices 1.2 10:45 Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 9 of 19
  • 10. 1:00- 102 Finding Keepers: The New Rules for Recruiting Healthcare IT Talent 1.2 2:00 1:00- 103 Cleaning Up a Legacy System Junkyard: A Case Study 1.2 2:00 1:00- 105 IDD-10 Compliance: Staying on Track While Optimizing Efforts 1.2 2:00 1:00- Efficiency Gains through Dynamic Desktop Architecture: An Emergency 106 1.2 2:00 Department Case Study 1:00- Eliminating Waste Using Lean Management Practices without Conducting 107 1.2 2:00 Week-Long Events 1:00- 108 CPOE & Physicians: Giving Them Cause to Care about IT 1.2 2:00 1:00- 109 Beyond Implementation: Innovative Uses of EHRs 1.2 2:00 1:00- 110 The EMR Value Assessment: A Score Card for Stimulus Preparation 1.2 2:00 1:00- Adoption is Seamless When Bedside Clinicians Lead an EHR 111 1.2 2:00 Implementation 1:00- HIE Sustainability: Lessons Learned by the Indiana Health Information 112 1.2 2:00 Exchange 1:00- Ambulatory Professionals Practicum: What Does the Future of the 113 1.2 2:00 Ambulatory Practice Look Like in a Post-ARRA Era? 1:00- 114 DoD Healthcare IT Acquisition – Process Improvement 1.2 2:00 1:00- 115 Public Health: The Pioneer in Regional Health Information Exchange 1.2 2:00 1:00- 116 VA Session #1 1.2 2:00 1:00- 117 National eHealth Collaborative 1.2 2:00 1:00- Usable, Meaningful CDS for Improved Quality: National Activities, New 118 1.2 2:00 Advances 1:00- 119 Enterprise-Wide Project Management: Not Just for IT Anymore 1.2 2:00 1:00- The State of Health 2.0 & Participatory Health – Patients Get Smart About 120 1.2 2:00 Managing Health 2:15- 122 KLAS & HIMSS Analytics Speak Out: What’s Real & What Isn’t? 1.8 3:45 2:15- 123 Implementing a Web-Based EHR for CPOE in a Rural IDN 1.2 3:15 2:15- Optimizing EMR Usage with Self-Service Check-in & Real-time Claims 125 1.2 3:15 Adjudication 2:15- 126 Role of Data-Sharing Environments in Supporting US Health Reform 1.2 3:15 2:15- Transforming the Medicare Information Security Program: From a 127 1.2 3:15 Compliance-Based to a Risk-Based Approach 2:15- 128 Inviting Patients to the Party: Patient Advisory Boards in an IDN 1.2 3:15 2:15- 129 Beyond Implementation: Innovative Public Health Uses of EHRs 1.2 3:15 2:15- 130 The Legal EHR Touch Points with ARRA 1.2 3:15 Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 10 of 19
  • 11. 2:15- Barcode Medication Administration Implementation in an Acute Care 131 1.2 3:15 Hospital 2:15- Large-Scale e-health Initiatives: Decision Points & Lessons Learned from 132 1.2 3:15 Europe 2:15- Ambulatory Professionals Practicum: Private tour of the HIMSS 133 1.2 3:15 Interoperability ShowcaseTM 2:15- Department of Defense ESSENCE-Building a Better Public Health 134 1.2 3:15 Surveillance Mousetrap 2:15- National Electronic Disease Surveillance Base System: Digital Public Health 135 1.2 3:15 Reporting & H1N1 Flu 2:15- 136 VA Session #2 1.2 3:15 2:15- 137 CMS’ C-HIEP Proof of Concept: Improving Quality Through Technology 1.2 3:15 2:15- 138 CIO Panel: Project Portfolio Management from the Executive Office 1.2 3:15 2:15- 139 HIT or Miss: From Failure to Success 1.2 3:15 2:15- 140 $1 Million ROI: ED Physician Documentation, CPOE & EHR 1.2 3:15 2:15- 141 ONC Town Hall 1.8 3:45 Total contact hours earned for Tuesday Education Sessions (max. = 5.4) __________ Wednesday, March 03, 2010 – Education Sessions Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # 9:45- 143 Promoting Health through Better Personal Health Information Management 1.2 10:45 9:45- Preparing for Litigation: The Importance of Strong Electronic Information 144 1.2 10:45 Management 9:45- 146 Computer-Assisted Coding: Bridging People, Process & Technology 1.2 10:45 9:45- 147 Multiple Indoor Location Tracking Systems: Concurrent Pilot & Assessment 1.2 10:45 9:45- 148 Verify Patient Flow Symptoms with an Excel-Based Diagnostic Tool 1.2 10:45 9:45- 149 Physician & Patient Views on Using PHRs: National Survey Results 1.2 10:45 9:45- 150 Direct-to-Consumer PHRs: Security & Privacy Controls Analysis 1.2 10:45 9:45- 151 Navigating HITECH: Challenges & Opportunities for the Physician Practice 1.2 10:45 9:45- Making Everyone Happy with Medication Reconciliation & Discharge 152 1.2 10:45 Instructions 9:45- The Social Security Administration: Your Organization’s Fast Track to 153 1.2 10:45 Interoperable Health Information Exchange 9:45- 154 Integrating Medical Images & the EHR – the Time is Now 1.2 10:45 9:45- Success through Electronic Sharing of Information & Implementation of 155 1.2 10:45 the VLER Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 11 of 19
  • 12. 9:45- Enterprise Awareness: Leveraging RTLS for Quality, Safety, Efficiency & 156 1.2 10:45 Productivity 9:45- 157 Using Analytics to Drive EMR Value, Quality, & Meaningful Use 1.2 10:45 9:45- 158 Getting Technology Adopted: Views from the Bruised 1.2 10:45 9:45- 159 Strategies for Information Sharing in a Rural Hospital Environment 1.2 10:45 9:45- 160 CMS PHR Pilot Study: Report on Beneficiaries’ Experiences with PHRs 1.2 10:45 9:45- Growing Community Health Information Network Links Rural Patients with 161 1.2 10:45 Care across the Continuum 9:45- 162 People – Your Most Valuable Asset in Challenging Times 1.2 10:45 1:00- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Update: Public Health Informatics 163 1.2 2:00 in an EHR World 1:00- 164 Enterprise Architecture: Managing Health Information as a National Asset 1.2 2:00 1:00- Optimizing Revenue & Operational Efficiencies through Standardized 166 1.2 2:00 Registration Processes 1:00- 167 Delivering the Promise of Telemedicine: Lessons Learned from Telestroke 1.2 2:00 1:00- 168 Practical Approaches to Improving Physician Workflow & Chart Completion 1.2 2:00 1:00- 169 The Doctor Is Always in: Vitals on Remote Monitoring 1.2 2:00 1:00- How Health Information Is Compromised: Understanding Risk & Providing 170 1.2 2:00 Safeguards 1:00- Assuring HITECH/HIPAA Compliance for Secure & Safe Wireless Healthcare 171 1.2 2:00 Enterprises 1:00- 172 Standardizing Data Dimensions of Healthcare Data Warehouses 1.2 2:00 1:00- 173 Lessons Learned from an Operational HIE 1.2 2:00 1:00- 174 AHRQ Session 1.2 2:00 1:00- 175 Lessons Learned from Developing a Premier Global EHR 1.2 2:00 1:00- Initial Experience with E-Prescribing of Controlled Substances: How It’s 176 1.2 2:00 Done 1:00- 177 EHR – Centerpiece for Practice Growth & Profitability 1.2 2:00 1:00- 179 Getting to Stage 6: Lessons Learned from an Urban Medical Center 1.2 2:00 1:00- 180 The Role of Technology in Physician Integration Strategies 1.2 2:00 1:00- 181 EHR/CPOE Implementation: Failing to Plan Is Planning to Fail 1.2 2:00 1:00- 182 HISPC Session 1.2 2:00 2:15- 183 Medical Banking: An Emerging Strategy To Improve Global Healthcare 1.2 3:15 Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 12 of 19
  • 13. 2:15- 184 Trends in Remote Patient Monitoring & Home Telehealth 1.2 3:15 2:15- Semantic Interoperability: Creating a Common Language to Transform 186 1.2 3:15 Care 2:15- 187 Connect it Yourself: Sentara Designs Interface between Epic & ED 1.2 3:15 2:15- Simulation: Examples of Discreet & Agent-Based Models among Three 188 1.2 3:15 Case Studies 2:15- The Healthstory Project: Harmony with Clinical Narrative/Structured Data 189 1.2 3:15 in the EHR 2:15- 193 Maine’s HealthInfoNet HIE: Achieving Sustainability 1.2 3:15 2:15- 195 Military Health System Service Center 1.2 3:15 2:15- 196 Integrating Quality Measures into EHRs: Available Tools & Lessons Learned 1.2 3:15 2:15- Utilizing an EHR to Optimize Pay-for-Performance Participation: A Primary 197 1.2 3:15 Care Medical Group’s Experience 2:15- Understanding the Components of a Winning Abstract: Guidelines for 198 1.2 3:15 HIMSS11 Speakers & Reviewers 2:15- 199 New Approach to Deliver a Customized Patient Health Record 1.2 3:15 2:15- Some Assembly Required: Building a Project Management Culture in 212 1.2 3:15 Healthcare 2:15- 213 Lessons Learned on the CPOE Journey at a Community Hospital 1.2 3:15 Total contact hours earned for Wednesday Education Sessions (max. = 3.6) __________ Thursday, March 04, 2010 – Education Sessions Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # 10:00- 216 Driving Total Health with HIT & Health 2.0 1.2 11:00 10:00- 217 Smart ORs of the Future: Merging Imaging & Surgery 1.2 11:00 10:00- Improving PQRI & Registry Reporting with Standards: One Group 219 1.2 11:00 Practice’s Experience 10:00- 220 Unique Healthcare Technology Solutions Used in Global Health 1.2 11:00 10:00- Don’t Overlook Processes & People before Implementing Technology 221 1.2 11:00 Solutions 10:00- 222 Using CCD in HIE: Clinical Impact, Utility & Lessons Learned 1.2 11:00 10:00- 223 Clinical Decision Support & the Chain of Liabilities 1.2 11:00 10:00- 225 EMR/Medical Device Integration: Promise in Ambulatory Care Settings 1.2 11:00 10:00- 226 Get Ready EMRs/HIEs, Here Comes One Billion Clinical Documents 1.2 11:00 10:00- 227 IT, the Great Leap Forward in Asian Hospitals 1.2 11:00 Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 13 of 19
  • 14. 10:00- 228 Protecting Our Service Members as They Protect Us 1.2 11:00 10:00- Rx Exchange: A Multi-agency Collaborative to Promote Patient Safety & 229 1.2 11:00 Care 10:00- Physician Practice EHR/PM System Leads to NCQA Medical Home 230 1.2 11:00 Recognition 10:00- 231 Public Health Grid: CDC’s Activities & Projects Overview 1.2 11:00 10:00- 232 Leading the Way to Greater Efficiency through Cost Transparency 1.2 11:00 10:00- The Information-Powered Health System: Transforming Care Delivery with 233 1.2 11:00 Data 10:00- 234 How to Adopt, Nurture & Graduate Your SuperUsers 1.2 11:00 10:00- Understanding the Impact of IEC 80001: The Application of Risk 235 1.2 11:00 Management for IT-networks Incorporating Medical Devices 11:15- 236 The False Claims Act 1.2 12:15 11:15- 237 Jammed Access: How Delivery Models Must Change to Increase Access 1.2 12:15 11:15- 239 HRSA Session 1.2 12:15 11:15- 241 Workflow Redesign to Support Effective Use of Technology in Healthcare 1.2 12:15 11:15- 242 Personal Health Information Management: Designing for Consumer HIT 1.2 12:15 11:15- 243 Service Excellence at Spectrum Health: A Journey to Business Value 1.2 12:15 11:15- 245 Informatics & Evidence-Based Practice: Lessons Learned in System Design 1.2 12:15 11:15- Healthcare Identity Management & Role-Based Access in a Federated 246 1.2 12:15 NHIN 11:15- TOL to Patient Portal: A Journey toward Services & Service-Oriented 248 1.2 12:15 Architecture 11:15- 249 Correlating EMR Capabilities with Quality & Efficiency Metrics: An Update 1.2 12:15 11:15- 250 Implementing & Measuring EMR ROI in the Specialty Practice 1.2 12:15 11:15- The “New” Biosense & Open Source Initiatives at the Centers for Disease 251 1.2 12:15 Control 11:15- 252 The New Age of Predictive Proactive Personalized Healthcare 1.2 12:15 11:15- 253 ROI in the Real-World: CORE Data Exchange Delivering Cost Savings 1.2 12:15 11:15- 254 Comprehensive & Coordinated EHR: Physician, Hospital & Patient 1.2 12:15 Total contact hours earned for Thursday Education Sessions (max. = 2.4) __________ Society for Health Systems/American Society for Quality Conference Time Event # Session Title Hours (√) Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 14 of 19
  • 15. Total contact hours earned for Society for Health Systems/American Society for Quality Conference (max. = TBD)__________ Sunday, February 28, 2010 – Microsoft Health Users Group Exchange Time Event # Session Title Hours (√) Total contact hours earned for Microsoft Health Users Group Exchange (max. = TBD)__________ Siemens Southeast Regional ARRA Executive Summit Time Event # Session Title Hours (√) Total contact hours earned for Siemens Southeast Regional ARRA Executive Summit (max. = TBD)__________ Health IT Venture Fair Time Event # Session Title Hours (√) Total contact hours earned for Health IT Venture Fair (max. = TBD)__________ HIMSS MBProject’s 8th National Medical Banking Institute Time Event # Session Title Hours (√) Total contact hours earned for HIMSS MBProject’s 8th National Medical Banking Institute (max. = TBD) __________ Cisco’s Community for Connected Health Summit Time Event # Session Title Hours (√) Total contact hours earned for Cisco’s Community for Connected Health Summit (max. = TBD)__________ Roundtables Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 15 of 19
  • 16. Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # Monday, March 1 Practical Pearls for Improving Outcomes with CDS: A Roundtable 9:45-10:45 300 1.2 Discussion 11:00- 301 Real-Time Dialogue in an Era of Seismic Change 1.2 12:00 12:15-1:15 302 Achieving 5010/ICD-10 Compliance: The State of the Industry 1.2 Tuesday, March 2 8:30-9:30 303 Reducing Adverse Events & Improving Pain Management in Children 1.2 9:45-10:45 304 NegotiationLIVE! 1.2 Wednesday, March 3 9:45-10:45 306 Through the Looking Glass: The Glass Ceiling in HIT 1.2 1:00-2:00 307 Enabling the Patient Experience with Technology 1.2 2:15-3:15 308 Workforce Development: Impact to the Healthcare Setting 1.2 Thursday, March 4 10:00- 309 Social Networking: Are You Listening? 1.2 11:00 11:15- Minority Vendors Roundtable: Challenges & Opportunities for Growth & 310 1.2 12:15 Development Total contact hours earned for Roundtables (max. = 12.0)__________ E-Sessions Event Session Title Hours (√) # Strategies to Increase Clinician Involvement for Electronic Clinical Documentation 400 0.4 Enhancements at an Academic Medical Center 401 Ambulatory EHR – How to Get Ambulatory Physicians on the Same Page 0.4 402 A Framework for Securing Personal Health Data in Clinical Systems 0.4 403 Don’t “Return to Sender”: Managing E-mail as an EHR Component 0.4 405 The Clinical Process Improvement Committee: A Structure for Change Management 0.4 406 Hospital Case Study: Business Intelligence & Healthcare Dashboards 0.4 407 Putting Patients First: Paperless Work Flows with Bedside Mobile Solutions 0.4 408 Managing Clinical & Health Records for Analytics & Sharing 0.4 409 EHR Usability: Pain Points Evaluation & Results 0.4 410 Using Grid Technology to Connect the Frontlines of Public Health 0.4 411 Privacy & Security of Electronic Health Information: A Public Awareness Roadmap 0.4 Establishing Clinical Review, Enhancement Management & Prioritization for Clinical 412 0.4 Applications Total contact hours earned for E-Sessions (max. = 4.8)__________ Pavilion Product Sessions Event Time Session Title Hours (√) # Monday, March 1 Examining the Processes, Productivity & Profitability of a Perioperative 1:30-2:15 PP1 0.9 Information Management System 1:30-2:15 PP13 AORN SYNTEGRITY Standardized Perioperative Framework 0.9 Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 16 of 19
  • 17. 1:30-2:15 PP25 Reliable Mobile & Wireless Computing at the Point of Care 0.9 1:30-2:15 PP49 Why self-service must be at the center of your patient access process 0.9 Meaningful Use When It Comes to Medications in the Workflow: A Town 1:30-2:15 PP61 0.9 Hall 2:30-3:15 PP2 Workflow Rules!! Or It Should!!! 0.9 2:30-3:15 PP26 Improving Health Care Services with Unified Communications Solutions 0.9 2:30-3:15 PP38 Google My Patient 0.9 2:30-3:15 PP50 AZZLY – Welcome to the New World 0.9 Road Map to Mobile Decision Support Integration: Overcoming the 3:30-4:15 PP27 0.9 barriers to implementation 3:30-4:15 PP51 Clinical Documentation Intelligence 0.9 Using a Vendor Neutral Archive & Zero Foortprint UniViewer to Image- 4:30-5:15 PP40 0.9 Enable your Electronic Health Record Tuesday, March 2 11:00- Linking HIM, Finance & Compliance to Protect Revenue & Improve the PP17 0.9 11:45 Bottom Line 11:00- PP29 Healthcare Hands-free Voice Communicator 0.9 11:45 11:00- InSites Platform – A New Standard for Achieving Automation & PP53 0.9 11:45 Interoperability in Healthcare 12:00- Road Map to Clinical Decision Support Integration: Overcoming the PP6 0.9 12:45 barriers to implementation 3:15-4:00 PP7 Clinical Documentation Workflow Analysis & Redesign 0.9 Maximizing Operational Efficiencies Through Data Analysis, Culture 3:15-4:00 PP19 0.9 Change & Information Systems 3:15-4:00 PP31 Situational Awareness for Improved Patient Flow 0.9 The Role of HIE in Meaningful Use – Connecting to Your Ambulatory 3:15-4:00 PP43 0.9 Physicians Disparate EMRs Control Costs & Improve Medication Management with Pharmacy 3:15-4:00 PP55 0.9 Intervention Best Practices & Solutions for Privacy & Security Guidelines of ARRA & 3:15-4:00 PP67 0.9 MU 4:15-5:00 PP32 Mobility Solutions for Healthcare 0.9 4:15-5:00 PP44 AZZLY – Welcome to the New World 0.9 4:15-5:00 PP56 Introduction to the vxVistA open source community 0.9 Wednesday, March 3 11:00- Meaningful Use in Real Time: Flexible Health Information Exchange PP9 0.9 11:45 Solutions to Empower Physicians 11:00- PP21 Improving the Correlation between Documentation & Coding 0.9 11:45 11:00- Utilizing Real-Time Location & Sensory Data for Process Automation in PP33 0.9 11:45 Healthcare Improve Quality & Core Measures Performance with Benchmarking & 3:15-4:00 PP11 0.9 Clinical Surveillance 3:15-4:00 PP59 Verizon Telemedicine Solutions 0.9 Total contact hours earned for Pavilion Product Sessions (max. = 9.0)__________ TOTAL FOR EACH SECTION: Keynote Speakers (max. = 6.0) __________ Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 17 of 19
  • 18. Career Planning Workshop (max. = TBD) __________ SIG Meetings (max. = TBD) __________ Foundations of Nursing Informatics (max. = 4.2) __________ Academic Forum (max. = TBD) __________ CIO Forum (max. = 4.8) __________ Clinical Engineering & IT Symposium (max. = 7.2) __________ Financial Systems Symposium (max. = 4.8) __________ Health Information Exchange Symposium (max. = 8.2) __________ HIMSS Medical Banking Boot Camp (max. = TBD) __________ Nursing Informatics Symposium (max. = 6.9) __________ Payer Symposium (max. = 6.9) __________ Personal Health Records Symposium (max. = 3.6) __________ Pharmacy IT Symposium (max. = 7.8) __________ Physicians’ IT Symposium (max. = 8.1) __________ Supply Chain Symposium (max. = 7.5) __________ Pre-Conference Workshops (max. = 10.8) __________ Monday Education Sessions (max. = 4.2) __________ Tuesday Education Sessions (max. = 5.4) __________ Wednesday Education Sessions (max. = 3.6) __________ Thursday Education Sessions (max. = 2.4) __________ Society for Health Systems/American Society for Quality Conference (max. = TBD)__________ Microsoft Health Users Group Exchange (max. = TBD) __________ Siemens Southeast Regional ARRA Executive Summit (max. = TBD) __________ Health IT Venture Fair (max. = TBD) __________ HIMSS MBProject’s 8th National Medical Banking Institute (max. = TBD) __________ Cisco’s Community for Connected Health Summit (max. = TBD) __________ Roundtables (max. = 12.0) __________ Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 18 of 19
  • 19. E-Sessions (max. = 4.8) __________ Pavilion Product Sessions (max. = 9.0) __________ Total contact hours earned for Conference (max. = 49.8) __________ I attest that I have attended all the sessions indicated above in their entirety. Printed Name CPHIMS Certificate Number Signature Date Rev. 02/05/2010 Page 19 of 19