This week is the 2013 HIMSS Interoperability Showcase in New Orleans, Louisiana. The showcase
brings solution providers and decision-makers together in a “seeing is believing” interactive environment where attendees can become the patient in a clinical use case scenario and watch their health data move from
system to system.
The OpenHIE demo will show individuals HIE functionality as they are guided through the use case of a pregnant Rwandan patient who develops medical complications and is seen across the spectrum of the health care system: at her home by
a community health care worker; at a local clinic by medical staff; and at a regional hospital by medical staff. Those who stop by the kiosk will also be given a hand out providing additional information about OpenHIE, see attached.
Follow what is happening at HIMSS on Twitter #HIMSS13. Also don’t forget that we are on Twitter now @OpenHIE!
Jamie Thomas |Health Informatics Project Coordinator
Regenstrief Institute, Inc. |ph: 317.423.5670 | Skype: jamie.thomas5670|
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2013-02 HIMSS Paper Final.pdf (806 KB)