NCHICA celebrates National Health IT Week
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NCHICA is a proud partner of National Health IT Week, a nationwide awareness week focused on the value of healthcare IT. The week is made up of partner-driven events offering healthcare stakeholders an opportunity to unite under one banner and one message: the benefits health IT can bring to U.S. healthcare.

We hope you can join us in celebrating National Health IT Week by participating in one of these activities:

Provide a Patient Perspective Testimonial

How has health IT affected your own patient experience? As healthcare professionals we all realize that our work will have an impact on the patient experience. What happens when the healthcare professional IS the patient? Beginning Monday, October 2nd, share with us testimonials of how technology has positively affected your own patient experience. We will highlight the best stories on our website and emails during National Health IT Week. Please submit to admin@nchica.org by Thursday, October 5th.

Click here to view submitted stories!

Share Your Obsolete Technology

Can you find old technology from the past? The search is on! Take a photo and either send via Twitter or post to NCHICA's Facebook page, and you'll be automatically entered to win a $50 Amazon gift card! The more obsolete the technology, the better your chances!! Details below. The deadline to submit is Friday, October 6th.

  • Photos must include:
    • Out-dated piece of technology (e.g., rotary phone, floppy disk, dot matrix printer)
    • Yourself and/or IHeartHIT or NCHICA memorabilia
  • Post your original photo to @NCHICAorg on Facebook or Twitter

Join us for a Tweet Chat on the State of Health IT!

Join NCHICA as we turn to health IT’s Twitter community to host a conversation about the state of healthcare information technology.

Hashtag: #NCHICAchat
Date: Thursday, October 5
Time: 12 -1 p.m. EST
Host: @NCHICAorg
Facilitator: @DocPublicHealth (Dr. Chris Jones, Northwest AHEC, WFU School of Medicine)
Moderator: @jkennedy93 (Janet Kennedy, Get Social Health)

T1: What are the essential roles that need to be on your healthcare IT team to support healthcare transformation?

 

T2: How can healthcare IT teams use technology to expand access to high quality care?

 

T3: How can lenders support the healthcare IT startup team?

 

T4: How does the community become part of your healthcare IT team?

 

T5: How is NCHICA part of your healthcare IT team?

Christopher A. Jones, DrPH, MHA serves as Assistant Director for Informatics and Quality at the Northwest Area Health Education Center (NW AHEC), Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Dr. Jones is an Assistant Professor in Internal Medicine section on Geriatrics and Gerontology where he serves as an Educator Scholar on the Geriatrics Principles for Specialists team. He earned a Masters in Healthcare Administration at the Gillings School of Global Public Health at UNC Chapel Hill in 2009. Dr. Jones’s current research interest is in facilitating interprofessional development among healthcare teams through innovation competitions. Dr. Jones founded and manages daily operations in a Healthcare Technology Outreach Center at the NW AHEC. In his spare time Chris enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, building custom arcade machines, distance running and cooking.

Janet Kennedy is a well-rounded marketing professional with 20+ years’ experience. She is the Producer and Host of the "Get Social Health" podcast focusing on interviews with professionals in healthcare social media discussing best practices for engagement, communication and community building. She is also the Co-Founder of Healthcare Marketing Network: a vibrant global community of freelance healthcare writers, authors, and communications creatives.

Be sure to see the NCHICA Members honored this week for their contributions to transforming the healthcare system

NCHICA Leadership

Top 5 Most Engaged Members

Top 5 MVPs

 

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