Each year our annual conference grows significantly in terms of number or participants, participating vendors, and most importantly educational offerings. Join us this year as we continue to grow and provide a forum that offers exceptional insights, optimal opportunities to network and learn from colleagues, and peruse the latest in products and services. Download the…Details
Senator Thomas Alexander Learn from Senator Thomas Alexander on the challenges of telehealth and cybersecurity in SC. Senator Alexander serves on the board of the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Health and is the chairman of the Health and Human Services Subcommittee within the Senate Finance Committee. He also serves on the Banking and…Details
Denise Hines, DHA, PMP, FHIMSS CEO, eHealth Services Group This year, HIMSS launched our Women in Health IT initiative to empower and equip women to achieve at their highest capabilities. Our initiative includes thought leadership on gender-based issues in health IT, “a room of one’s own” on Healthcare IT News, a Roundtable, educational programming at…Details
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SCHIMSS Webinar Series: Chapter Update
Thursday, August 18, 2016
11:00 am | Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)| 1 hr 30 mins
Meeting number: 804 725 106
Meeting password: SCHIMSS
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Call-in toll-free number: 866-792-1486 (US)
Call-in number: 224-433-5893 (US)
Conference Code: 768 229 3
The South Carolina HIMSS chapter is now accepting applications for their 2016 Scholarship program
Two scholarships in the amount of $1500 each, will be awarded.
Purpose: To provide financial assistance and recognition to qualified students in accredited programs in health management, health information technology, management programs with a health focus or technology programs with a health focus.
Who: Students in a Health Information Management/Technology program; clinical programs with focus on HIM/HIT; or management programs with focus on HIM/HIT. Students must be enrolled in degree program in an accredited college or university.
Awardees will be notified by mail and/or email.
Join Dr. Rippen and HSSC to identify key experts and existing efforts in the state to address and prevent obesity and diabetes. Click on the details button to participate in this fact finding survey. Presentation: Leveraging Technology to Move the Needle: Improving the Health of SC Speaker: Dr. Helga E. Rippen, MD, PhD, MPH,…Details
John Supra, Executive Director, Business Operations Care Coordination Institute John previously served as the Deputy Director for Operations and Information Management and as the Chief Information Officer at South Carolina’s Department of Health and Human Services. Here, he was responsible for eligibility, enrollment and member services; operations and provider relations; project management; human resources and information technology. Supra has…Details