Virtual eLearning for eligible hospitals and eligible professionals. Register today for these free webinars focusing on health IT adoption. Check back each week for new events.Read More
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Follow and join the conversations with #ONCAPI. A recent ONC virtual event, Accelerating APIs in Healthcare: A Year in Review and Momentum for 2021, featured more…
Conferences are a good way to get the newest information, network, earn some needed continuing education, or get back in touch with peers. With the pandemic still raging, companies are moving forward with their conferences and events online. Here are some upcoming virtual events to consider.
Watch this month’s The ABCs of VBC as experts from SPH Analytics and the Medical Advantage Group dissect the Final Rule, outline the changes that will impact both MIPS and APM participants, and provide insights based on our collective experience over the previous four years of the Quality Payment Program (QPP).
Watch this panel discussion with four industry leaders to discuss the impact of key issues on healthcare providers and organizations. The outlook as we head into 2021 brings additional challenges as we continue to deal with the COVID19 pandemic, transition in a new administration, and implement key legislation.
Starts November 29th – Join the brightest minds during the most important week in radiology and experience the ease of an all-virtual event. RSNA 2020 is where you’ll find fresh opportunities to connect with the global radiology community and get a front row seat to the latest research, education and technological advancements.
Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 1:00 pm ET – Join the ONC as they spotlight how application programming interface (API)-forward policies and industry actions are accelerating interoperability.
Starts November 14th – The AMIA 2020 Virtual Annual Symposium topics will include deciphering the underpinning phenomena of disease, managing information and communications for improving patient care, and tracking the health of populations.