the health and wellness of all residents and is expected to have a wide impact on healthcare data across the state.
“This year’s conference provides a unique opportunity for attendees to hear directly from both policy and private sector health IT leaders from across the state.” Lee Marana, Michigan HIMSS Chapter President.
The HIMSS Michigan Chapter will bring key policymakers and health system technology leaders from the private sector to Mackinac Island to discuss the six roadmap initiatives, which include addressing Michigan’s digital divide, protecting public health, and enhancing health data utility. Serving as the afternoon keynote speaker on September 16 is the MDHHS Director, Elizabeth Hertel, who will provide an update on health in Michigan and speak to the urgency driving the roadmap initiatives. Hertel’s Policy and Planning division is responsible for the implementation of the Michigan Health IT Roadmap and Division Director, Ninah Sasy, the roadmap’s year 1 progress to date.
Additionally, health IT executives from Beaumont Health, Henry Ford Health System, Michigan Medicine and more will share how their organizations are preparing for the future of Health IT in Michigan, workforce development, and the roadmap’s impact on their organizations.
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