Medical Records Institute is hosting an EMR seminar Jan. 29-30 in Wakefield, MA, that will focus on analyzing the latest developments in EMR, with programs for private practice physicians, hospitals, community based organizations and personal health information systems.
Private practice physicians can learn about where their peers are on the the road to EMR adoption; what led them to purchase one system over another and how their decision process affected their eventual outcomes; and the importance of product certification.
Hospitals physicians can learn about finding the best ways to use current technologies to increase connectivity, efficiencies and effectiveness and the future landscape of IT products to determine what products will grow with their hospital's changing needs and what products might stifle their growth.
Community based organizations can learn opportunities to connect the community around it; see what issues are affecting physicians, hospitals, phramacies and large clinics and how their crossroads affect long term health communication and growth.
Those interested ca register to be a part of the seminar before Dec. 10, 2006 for $595.