An Invitation to Duke University’s Fourth Annual Informatics Conference – April 10, 2013

Duke University has announced the agenda and speaker lineup for its Fourth Annual Informatics Conference, Recouping the Costs of EHR Implementations: Return on Investment vs. Return on Health,” and if you’re a Healthcare IT professional in search of an unparallelled networking and learning opportunity, it looks like it time to add a “Save the Date” sticker to your calendar!  The Informatics Conference began as an informal brainstorming session with approximately 50 senior executives from the health care sector on April 23, 2009 at Duke University. Out of that session was born the Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi) program at Fuqua and the Annual Informatics Conference, which draws the most remarkable minds in the field. Today, the Duke Clinical Research Institute conferences continue to provide forums where thought leaders from top health care organizations meet face-to-face to discuss the most relevant topics of the day facing the health sector in an environment of open collaboration and relationship-building.

Here are the particulars:

Duke University’s Fourth Annual Informatics Conference
April 10, 2013

7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
University Ballroom, Hilton by Duke University
Durham, NC

Recouping the Costs of EHR Implementations:
Return on Investment vs. Return on Health

Registration Deadline

  • 10 p.m. Sunday, April 7, 2013.
  • No walk-ins admitted at the conference.

Registration Fees

  • General Fee: $269.00
  • Duke Employee or Alumni Fee: $169.00
  • Industry Conference Alumni Fee: $169.00 *

Breakfast and lunch provided with registration

REGISTER HERE

Consider attending if you would like the:

  • Opportunity to meet senior thought leaders and physicians from Duke University and across the Duke ecosystem. (Networking!)
  • Opportunity to network with senior executives and entrepreneurs from North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park, Fortune 100 multinational research and development operations, university spin-outs, and start-up operations. (Networking!)
  • Opportunity to explore methods to best penetrate the US and international markets. (Networking!)

Note: If you’d like to attend the conference but need help with the registration fee, Duke has generously implemented a scholarship program – all the details are here, but don’t wait!  The deadline for scholarship applications is March 8, 2013.

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Gwen Darling

Gwen Darling is a Search Executive specializing in Healthcare IT, the Founder of Healthcare IT Central (the leading online Career Center for Healthcare IT job seekers and employers), and the Former Editor/Founder of Healthcare IT Today. Gwen also is a featured blogger for Healthcare Informatics magazine.

   

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