When

Friday, November 22, 2019
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM MDT

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Registration and Continental breakfast available at 7:30 am. Lunch provided.

Where

Indian Puebo Cultural Center 
2401 12th St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
 

 
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Registration Fees

 

Early Registration - Now until 11/11/19:

  • NMHIC Customers/Members $100
  • Others $110
  • Gov't. / Students $30

Standard - 11/12/18 through 11/17/19:

  • NMHIC Customers/Members $110
  • Others $120
  • Gov't. / Students $35

Late/Onsite - 11/18/19 or later: 
Please call to check availability of walk-in registration.

  • NMHIC Customers/Members $120
  • Others $130
  • Gov't. / Students $45

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New Mexico Health Information Collaborative (NMHIC)
Presents its Fourth Annual HIE Users’ Conference

 

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Why You Should Attend

NMHIC presents its fourth annual conference to advance the cause of healthcare information exchange in New Mexico by helping participants create a shared vision, examine the current state of interoperability and factors hindering it, build consensus on standards, and formulate strategies for overcoming barriers to information exchange.

The New Mexico Health Information Collaborative (NMHIC), your statewide health information exchange, invites you to participate in inspiring presentations and thoughtful discussions about the benefits, challenges, and solutions for interoperability and exchange of health information in New Mexico and surrounding communities.

#TellingOurStoriesNM2019

     “We have a challenge in that a patient’s health information may reside in many different electronic health records that cannot easily share their information. There is a solution! A health information exchange can provide the interoperability to merge that information for enhanced continuity and coordination of care. Now is the time to come learn and share your ideas about the critical importance of a state-wide health information exchange such as the New Mexico Health Information Collaborative. Be part of the solution!” ~ Dale C. Alverson, MD, FAAP, FATA, 2019 Conference Chair, Strategic Telehealth Consultant, UNM Center for Telehealth, and CMIO for NMHIC.


Who Should Attend

Join your colleagues from the healthcare community, including:

  • Physicians and mid-level providers in any size of type of practice
  • Staff, e.g., nurses, medical assistants, case managers, and others
  • Inpatient, outpatient, and emergency personnel
  • Payers, insurers, and self-insured employers
  • Quality assurance administrators
  • Office and practice managers
  • Health IT professionals
  • Public health professionals
   

Keynote by Allen Ausford, MD FCFP

Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta; and former CMIO of Alberta Health Services, who helped to establish and is an active user of Alberta Netcare, a very successful HIE in Alberta, Canada.

Our Agenda and Faculty:

Welcome from our 2019 Conference Chair

Dale Alverson, MD
CMIO LCF Research/NMHIC
Strategic Telehealth Consultant, UNM Center
for Telehealth

Keynote – An HIE Success Story

Allen Ausford, MD, FCFP
Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine,
University of Alberta

Criminal Justice and Behavioral Health: How HIEs can enhance data exchange and  improve health outcomes

Kate Horle, COO, Colorado Regional Health Information Organization (CORHIO), and
Danielle Culp, Criminal Justice Health Information Exchange Coordinator, Colorado Human Services Department, Office of Behavioral Health

Leveraging One Health Record HIE for Disaster Preparedness

Gary D. Parker, Chief Data Officer, Data Governance Office, Director, Alabama's State HIE, One Health Record, Alabama Medicaid Agency,

Synergies between Telehealth
and HIE

Brian Wayling, Assistant VP for Telehealth Services, Intermountain Healthcare

Patient Centered Data Home

Cody Johansen, MPH Director of HIE Services
Utah Health Information Network (UHIN)

Future Direction and Strategy

Thomas East, PhD, CHCIO, CEO/CIO, NMHIC; and
Chris Hobson, MD, MBA, CPHIMSS, CMO, Orion Health

Interoperability and the VA

Cindy Pan, VA VHIE Exchange Partners & Networks
Program Manager

New Mexico Short Stories: 
* Private Practice Perspective
* Payer's Perspective
* Large Practice ACO
* NM Department of Health


Tom Pascuzzi, MD, Go Private MD
F. Kiko Torres, MD, CMO, True Health New Mexico
Bindu Purushothaman, CIO, DaVita Medical Group
NM DOH Representative to be identified

HIE across the Medical, Behavioral, and Social Domains: The QHN approach

Marc Lassaux, Chief Technical Officer
Quality Health Network (QHN), Colorado eHealth Commissioner

The potential of Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) to Improve Patient Care

Gijs van Oort, Consultant, Founding CEO and Advisor, HASA

Supported by:
 

New Mexico Health Information Collaborative

New Mexico's Statewide Health Information Exchange
www.nmhic.org | 505-938-9900

Contact the Coordinator: April Salisbury  |  Conference@nmhic.org  |  505-938-9925