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Health Care Teams (HCT) Cyber Discussion: Let the left hand know what the right is doing: a vision for care coordination and electronic health records

  • Event Summary

    We would like to invite you to participate in the next Healthcare Teams (HCT) Cyber Discussion scheduled to take place on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 from 1:00pm – 2:00pm EST. Please see the details below for instructions on how to participate.


    Speaker: Robert S. Rudin, PhD

    Information Scientist

    RAND Corporation


    Moderator: Veronica Chollette, RN, MS

    Program Director

    Healthcare Delivery Research Program

     

    Case Study: See attached document and please review prior to the cyber discussion

     

    Background Reading: Let the left hand know what the right is doing: a vision for care coordination and electronic health records

     

    Registration: To register, please click on the link below and enter your registration information. You will receive a confirmation email from Chelsea Prough with the webinar link and audio information.

    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4244409929511187972


    We recommend testing the webinar software on your computer at least one day before the webinar date to ensure you can successfully connect to the webinar. See attached instructions.

     

    We look forward to your participation.


    Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.


    Sincerely,

     

    The HCT Cyber Discussions Planning Team

    HCTcyberdiscussions@nih.gov

     

     

    The Healthcare Teams Cyber Discussions:

    The Healthcare Teams (HCT) Cyber Discussion series, sponsored by the National Cancer Institute’s Healthcare Delivery Research Program, explores how healthcare teams utilize Health Information Technology (HIT) to improve cancer care delivery. Join interactive discussions with nationally recognized subject matter experts on whether information technology and healthcare teams can improve the process of health care and health outcomes in cancer care delivery.

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