SPOKANE, Wash., Aug. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Experts on health care information technology will be speaking on topics such as transparency, improving outcomes and patient safety, HIT applications, privacy and legislative activities at the Northwest Medical Informatics Symposium to be held September 8-10, 2008, in Spokane, Washington. Speakers include John Tooker, MD, American College of Physicians; John Glaser, PhD, Partners Health Care; Micky Tripathi, PhD, Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative; Mark Levine, MD, Denver CMS Regional Office; and keynote Lee Woodruff, wife of ABC reporter Bob Woodruff injured in Iraq. Register at http://www.nmis.info or call (888) 258-9632.
The conference is presented by Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS), one of the nation's leading health information exchange services organization located in Spokane, Washington, in partnership with the National Center for Health Care Informatics (Montana) and the National Rural Health Resource Center (Minnesota).
Inland Northwest Health Services is a non-profit corporation sponsored by Deaconess Medical Center, Holy Family Hospital, Sacred Heart Medical Center and Valley Hospital and Medical Center in Spokane, Washington for providing collaboration in health care services. INHS connects 38 hospitals and health care facilities in three western states with more than 45,000 users. INHS services include St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute, Information Resources Management and Northwest MedStar. For more information, visit http://www.inhs.org.
|SOURCE Inland Northwest Health Services|
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