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Health Informatics & Technology Conference

20 Oct 2014 - 22 Oct 2014 - Baltimore, MD, USA



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OMICS Group in association with American Research & Policy Institute and Consumer Driven Health Care Institute, USA is delighted to welcome you to Baltimore, Maryland, USA for the prestigious Health Informatics and Technology Conference during October 20-22, 2014. HITC-2014 will highlight the theme “Transforming the future of Health Care”. We bridge the technology transfer gap between those professionals entrusted to provide clinical care and those who manage the complex information systems required to operate today’s health care system. The conference program is designed to the latest technologies in health care system to the professionals and share the novel approaches in managing health industry. About Health Informatics & Technology Conference (HITC-2014) Health Care Informatics is an emerging specialization in the health care industry that joins the disciplines of clinical health, management and epidemiological studies through the emergence of information technology and communication by providing new ways for health. Information technology has ability to improve the quality, productivity and safety of health care management. However, relatively very few health care providers have adopted IT. Lower dissemination is due partly to the intricacy of IT investment, which goes beyond procuring technology to change in modus operandi, and ensuring that general practitioners, nurses, and other staff use it. The policymakers need to better understand how information technology is diffusing across health service providers. Build for the future- Get ideas about a career that conjoins the technical world of computer applications and the varied environment of the health care providers. Network, Connect and Exchange ideas about the latest information on global advances in the field of health care informatics. Extend real-time communications of health informatics among health care professionals. Facilitating the relevant use of health information systems and exchange of health information among health care and public health sector professionals.

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