Modern Healthcare is pleased to announce the first of its new Leadership Forum series of events: Transforming Healthcare through Clinical Informatics.
The annual clinical informatics conference and trade show will be held Feb. 16-18, 2009, at the Nashville Convention Center. The conference and trade show is being held in association with the Association of Medical Directors of Information Systems. AMDIS represents physician informaticists and other clinicians interested in and responsible for information technology in their organizations.
The objective of the conference and trade show is bringing together clinicians, senior-level healthcare executives and major IT vendors to learn, network and share ideas about how clinical informatics can be used now and in the future to improve everything from patient care to financial results to strategic management.
The event will feature keynote presentations from major healthcare leaders; specific educational tracks for chief executive officers, chief financial officers, chief information officers, chief operating officers, chief medical officers, chief medical information officers, chief nursing officers and other key healthcare leadership positions; and a targeted exhibit and trade show component.
Modern Healthcare Leadership Forum: Transforming Healthcare through Clinical Informatics is going to be a truly groundbreaking event, said Fawn Lopez, vice president/publisher of Modern Healthcare and Modern Physician. Never before has such an esteemed group of clinical leaders and senior executives gathered in one place to discuss the unique issues and challenges they face every day, and the solutions they need to achieve to transform the healthcare system.
For information on attending the conference, please visit modernhealthcare.com/leadershipforum. A limited number of sponsorship opportunities are available for qualified industry suppliers. For information on these opportunities, contact Modern Healthcare Advertising Sales Director Ilana Klein at 312-649-5311 or [email protected]