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HIMSS17 Annual Conference & Exhibition 

ACCE is an official Endorser of HIMSS17

Pre-conference symposia: Medical Device Security Symposium: Medical Device Security Information – Clarity for Action

 
Date: Sunday, February 19, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Location: Orange County Convention Center
Description: Medical device security is now recognized as a major public health problem. Examine the critical functions of the recently launched medical device Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO) initiative co-led by NHISAC and MDISS. Uncover the potential transformative impact of the open and collaborative ISAO on patient safety and privacy, health system and manufacturer cybersecurity operations, and opportunities for stakeholder participation. Key device cybersecurity updates will be provided.
 
Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss key aspects of Executive Order 13691, its impact on cyber information sharing, and the key role for the NHISAO
  • Illustrate the impact of cybersecurity information sharing on development of cybersecurity best practices and workforce development
  • Identify the value proposition for the medical device ISAO initiative
  • Describe the evolution and impact of regulatory policy and practice for medical device cybersecurity
  • Explain the underlying methods for medical device risk assessment, vulnerability information assessment and sharing, and cyber surveillance and intelligence sharing

Interoperability and HIE Symposium: Interoperability and Health Information Exchange – Making it Work

 
Date: Sunday, February 19, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Location: Orange County Convention Center 
Description: Continued adoption of value-based payment models, implementation of a growing number of health IT applications across care settings, evolution of available technical standards, and attention from federal policymakers all underscore and align the need for semantic interoperability and exchange of data, information and knowledge across the health system. Explore the opportunities and challenges affecting diverse stakeholders stemming from a confluence of new policies, evolving standards and certification programs, applications, and coordination required to realize a learning health system that is patient-centered and improves population health.
 
Learning Objectives:
  • Evaluate the approaches that are required to innovatively solve interoperability challenges to enable meaningful health information exchange, improved clinical information utilization, and empowerment of clinicians, patients and other stakeholders
  • Explain how existing and upcoming standards, certifications and their implementation are addressing barriers to data exchange
  • Describe practical approaches, including consumer-oriented solutions, that support sustainable interoperable health information exchange
  • Assess how HHS policies supporting value-based purchasing rely upon interoperability and health information exchange
  • Evaluate how interoperability and health information exchange are foundational building blocks to enable the learning health system vision and drive a person-centered future of health 

Clinical Engineering & IT Community/ACCE Awards Reception

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Date: Monday, February 20, 6:00 PM– 8:00 PM
 
Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando, Convention Level, Plaza International Ballroom F
Description: Network with ACCE members, leaders of the Privacy & Security Steering Committee, experts from the Interoperability Showcase/IHE Patient Care Device Domain – all are welcome to attend! 

ACCE wishes to thank our co-sponsor

 MDISS  Medical Device Innovation, Safety and Security Consortium


HIMSS Spot: CE & IT: Past Achievement, Current Needs and Future Vision (joined session by ACCE, AAMI & HIMSS)

 
Speakers: Elliot Sloane, PhD, CCE, FACCE FHIMSS, Stephen Grimes, FACCE, FHIMSS, FAIMBE
Date: Tuesday, February 21, 3:00 PM – 3:45PM
Location: Lobby C/HIMSS Spot, Orange County Convention Center
Description: Clinical technology investments by healthcare organizations have skyrocketed in the past 10 years … outpacing capital IT investments by more than a factor of 2.  Clinical technologies are increasingly becoming integrated into the IT infrastructure.  This session describes what has been accomplished and what still remains to be done by the IT and clinical engineering communities to achieve effective collaboration on the management of integrated support services.

For more information, click here

HIMSS17 Awards Gala

HIMSS17 Awards Gala

 
Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2017, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Session ID# NETAWD
Location: Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Studio, Tuscan Ballroom
Ticket required: $150
 

The HIMSS awards Banquet is a time for celebration & recognizing members who have added their unique sparkle and verve to the industry. Come toast their accomplishments at this year's gala celebration.

Join Petr Kresta, ACCE President in congratulating the 2016 ACCE/HIMSS Excellence in Clinical Engineering and Information Technology Synergies Award recipient

HIMSS Interoperability Showcase - Redesigned

Location: Exhibit Floor, Hall F, Booth# 9000 #EmpowerHIT
 
HIMSS Interoperability Showcase: Where IT Connects Everything

Explore a health ecosystem where standards-based health IT enables individuals to securely access, contribute to and analyze their own health data.
Start your interoperability journey at the HIMSS17 Interop Showcase February 20-22, 2017:
  • Customize your interoperability experience with interactive learner stations to learn about the HIMSS Interoperability Story
  • Engage in tours to see current health IT products in the market that deliver standards-based interoperability and health information exchange
  • Learn about interoperability trailblazers, engage in peer-to-peer discussions, and meet key stakeholders in our Education Theater
  • Visit kiosks and meeting place rooms in the Product Marketplace to learn more about the products being demonstrated
  • Meet other attendees and interop experts to learn best practices during our networking events
 For detailed information and schedule, please click here

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