December 7, 2016
Cobb Galleria Centre
Event Twitter Hashtag: #HealthITSummit
In 2010 the Georgia Department of Economic Development (@gdecd), the Metro Atlanta Chamber (@atlchamber), and the Technology Association of Georgia’s Health Society (@TAG_Health) created the Health IT Leadership Summit in order to bring together leaders from across the healthcare continuum to discuss how the industry can drive innovation to enable better healthcare delivery at lower costs to more people. This year’s discussion seeks to address the question Who’s driving healthcare today? Providers? Consumers? Insurers? Join fellow attendees to explore the motivators and drivers to modern health care delivery.
“This year’s summit will explore the core principles of our healthcare delivery. Hear how consumers are being empowered with mobility and choice. Join discussions with providers regarding the new value and outcomes reimbursement methods. Learn how regulatory requirements may impact and create new engagement models. Join us for our 7th thought leading year event! ”
Jodie Braner – 2016 HIT Summit Chair
Attendees will have the Opportunity to:
- Meet and network with hundreds of like-minded professionals
- Tap into resources to boost your organizations growth
- Learn about new ideas and proven strategies to take back to your organization
- Mix and mingle at a cocktail reception following the conference
- Participate in excellent education opportunities via keynote presentations from noted industry leaders
- Engage in panel sessions featuring representatives from government, healthcare providers, technology providers, and business
- Visit sponsor exhibits in the Exhibition Hall of Innovation discuss their companies’ products and services
H.I.T. HACK Challenge 2.0
The 2nd annual H.I.T. HACK Challenge is a “focused innovation sprint where people with a wide-range of programming skills, industry knowledge, and clinical expertise come together to propose projects, form teams, and compete to develop a software project by an established deadline.” The HACK Challenge is open to all of Georgia’s post-secondary students in order to showcase Georgia’s post-secondary education system as a source for skilled Healthcare IT talent. Participants will have 24 hours beginning Friday, November 18th and will present their work on Saturday, November 19th. The results and winner will be recognized at this year’s Health IT Leadership Summit in front of hindreds of Health IT professionals.