Tuesday January 31, 2012
3:00 - 6:00 Vendor Fair & “Hands-on” Experience
6:15 - Dinner (doors open at 6:00)
6:45 – 8:00 Keynote Address and Panel Discussion
Miami Dade College
Chapman Conference Center
300 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami, Fl 33132
CIO, Medical Campus
The 3rd Annual Electronic Health Record Symposium
Janet Marchibroda serves as the Chair of the Health Information Technology (IT) Initiative for the Bipartisan Policy Center’s (BPC’s) Health Project. The Health IT Initiative is bringing together public and private sector leaders—across every sector of health care, to identify and widely disseminate strategies and best practices for leveraging and aligning health IT investments to support delivery system, payment and insurance reforms.
Marchibroda also serves as the Executive Director for Doctors Helping Doctors Transform Health Care, a non-profit, collaborative effort, led primarily by doctors for doctors—to provide a “trusted resource” for physicians as they work to transform health care—initially through the use of health IT.
SPECIAL GUEST & KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Janet Hofmeister, PMP
Janet Hofmeister is the lead person on the State Health Information Exchange (HIE) project for the state of Florida. The HIE project facilitates the exchange of information between hospital and physician Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems and the national EHR system. Ms. Hofmeister’s work with Harris Healthcare Solutions is a valuable perspective for all attendees and others seeking to learn about EHR systems and its implementation.
PANEL: Lisa Rawlins, Doris P. Crain, Richard E. Wild
Lisa Rawlins has over 16 years of expertise in the Electronic Health Record (HER) environment. As the Executive Director of the South Florida Regional Extension Center (SFREC), Lisa Rawlins and her team help local physicians adopt and use electronic health records in their healthcare practices.
Doris P. Crain has served as the Senior Vice President/Chief Information Officer for Broward Health since 2006. She has directed the implementation and adoption of enterprise EMR to Stage 1 meaningful use. Ms. Crain has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare operations and consulting.
Dr. Wild has over 20 years of experience as a practicing emergency physician. He was medical director of Medicare’s direct fiscal intermediary in Baltimore and also CMS (then HCFA) Chief Medical Officer for reimbursement policy during the initial implementation of the Hospital Prospective Payment (DRG) system.