SPOKANE, Wash., Sept. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Hundreds of health information technology experts are expected at the Northwest Medical Information Symposium, produced by Inland Northwest Health Services, September 13-14 in Spokane, Washington. The conference focuses on health information technology projects and initiatives on the national, regional and local level. Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) manages one of the nation's most advanced, secure health information technology networks with over 2.6 million electronic medical records. For information and to register visit http://www.nmis.info.
Conference speakers include: Newt Gingrich, founder of the Center for Health Transformation; Mark Leavitt, MD, PhD, chairman of the Certification for Healthcare Information Technology; Mark Frisse, MD, director of Regional Informatics Program, Vanderbilt Center for Better Health; Jane Herwehe, MPH, project manager with the Louisiana State University public hospital system; and Linda Kloss, chief executive officer, American Health Information Management Association.
|SOURCE Inland Northwest Health Services|
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