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HIMSS Clinical Informatics Summit MeetUp at National University Friday May 3, 2013 Live Broadcast at San Diego Satellite Location

HIMSS Clinical Informatics Summit
MeetUp at National University Friday May 3, 2013
Live Broadcast at San Diego Satellite Location

Learn the latest from HIMSS Clinical Informatics Summit Speakers
Connect with San Diego friends, colleagues, university faculty, and students
Avoid Friday afternoon traffic and save time/money 
Enjoy lunch and conversation
Join in for all or part of the day

What?  HIMSS SoCAL meeting live on a big screen at National University

When? May 3rd 0800-330

How much? $15 for HIMSS members, $25 for non-members, and free for National University School of Health and Human Services faculty and students (online registration required for all)

Where to sign up?  Register online by May 1st by selecting:  Click on the Register Tab or select event from main HIMSS SoCal site at:

Where to go?  National University Technology and Health Science Center 3678 Aero Court San Diego, 92123 RM 131 Free Parking
7:45 am to 8:30 am       Registration, Continental Breakfast, Networking

8:30 am to 8:45 am       Welcome Address
Despina Hopkins, MBA, RNC, President, Southern California HIMSS Chapter

8:45 am to 9:45 am        Opening Keynote: 
Clinical Analytics: Early Sepsis Detection and Future Use Cases
Steven Q. Simpson, MDProfessor of Medicine, Fellowship Director in Pulmonary and Critical Care, University of Kansas
Moderator: Dianne Baker, RN, CSC Health Delivery North America

9:45 am to 10:45 am       Plenary Session I: 
Pharmacy: Past, Present, and Future - The evolution of practice in the age of information
Jerry Fahrni, PharmDProduct Manager, Talyst; Pharmacy Informaticist
Moderator: Lila Moulton, RN, MSN, UC Irvine Health

10:45 am to 11:15 am       Coffee Break, Networking and Exhibitors

11:15 am to 12:15 pm       Plenary Session II:
Big Data, Incrementally Structured: The go-forward interoperability philosophy
Bob Dolin, MD, President and Chief Medical Officer, Lantana Consulting Group; Vice Chair, HL7 Board of Directors
Moderator: Tushondra Thomas, MBA, BSN, PHNc, Methodist Hospital of So Cal

12:15 pm- 1:15pm             Lunch and Exhibitors
Buffet lunch for attendees registered for the full-day program 

1:15 pm – 1:30 pm            HIMSS So Cal Chapter Business Meeting
Despina Hopkins, MBA, RNCPresident, Southern California HIMSS Chapter

1:30 pm to 2:20 pm          Plenary Session III
Merging People, Processes and Technology to Create the New CHOC
Melanie Patterson, Executive Director of Operations, South Tower
Louise White, VP and CNO, CHOC
Frank Maas, Director of Emergency Department
Ruth Slater, RN, Director of Informatics, Patient Care Services

2:20 pm to 3:20 pm          Closing Keynote: 
International Perspectives on Health IT: A HIMSS Delegation to Israel
Willa Fields,DNSc, RN, FHIMSSProfessor, School of Nursing, San Diego State University; Chair, HIMSS National Board of Directors

3:20 pm to 3:30 pm          Closing Remarks
Jamie Anand, MSN, RNInformatics Outreach Architect, UC, Irvine Health
Kurt McArthur, RN, Clinical Informatics Analyst, UC, Irvine Health


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