Health IT Events and Hashtags

Health IT EventsAre you planning on attending any upcoming Health IT Events virtually? Can’t make an event? Are you at a virtual event? Keep up-to-the-minute on Twitter reading and using the event #hashtags. Get before, during, and after news from event coordinators, sponsors, and attendees. Add to the conversation and tweet your news and thoughts and don’t forget to add the #hashtag. Check out these event #hashtags and see what’s going on. To see upcoming webinars see our post Upcoming Virtual Health IT Events for Providers.

2021 CMS Quality Conference
March 2-3, 2021 – Virtual Meeting
Hashtag: #CMSQualCon21

The 2021 CMS Quality Conference, brought to you by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, convenes leaders across the health care spectrum, to explore how patients, advocates, providers, researchers, and champions in health care quality improvement can develop and spread solutions to address America’s most pervasive health system challenges. The 2021 CMS Quality Conference, Healthcare Innovation During a Time of Disruption, is scheduled for March 2-3, 2021, as a virtual meeting.

ONC 2021 Annual Meeting
March 29-30, 2021 All-Virtual
Hashtag: #ONC2021

Save The Date! More announcements & registration details coming soon!

HIMSS21
August 9-13, 2021 Las Vegas NV
Hashtag: #HIMSS21

The HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition is the can’t-miss health information and technology event of the year, where professionals throughout the global health ecosystem connect for education, innovation and collaboration. The last year taught us all the value of choices, collaboration and appreciation for community. They are creating the paths to success and safety for all: planning in-person events complemented with extraordinary digital opportunities in a reimagined hybrid experience. All the exciting details on educational programming and hybrid registration options will be coming soon.

Tweet Chats

#RuralHealthChat
When: Periodic
What: The Rural Health Information Hub hosts periodic scheduled discussions on Twitter with expert co-hosts focused on rural issues.

#WomenInMedicine Chat
When: Every Sunday, 9 pm ET

What: #womeninmedicine is a tweetchat to discuss the issues that women face in medicine. The goals of this chat are to provide a safe space for the respectful discussion of issues of gender in medicine, a place for mentorship related to the aforementioned issues and lastly an environment that will hopefully begin to shift the culture of medicine forward.

#HITMC
When: Every Tuesday, Noon ET (9 AM PT)

What: Monthly chats on marketing strategies in health IT. Sponsored by: Healthcare IT Marketing and PR Conference

#HCLDR
When: Every Tuesday, 8:30 pm ET
Host: @hcldr

What: Healthcare Leadership – A weekly educational tweetchat Tuesdays at 8:30pm Eastern (North America). Join the conversation! Together we can be a force for change.

#HTreads
When: Every Tuesday, 9:30 pm ET

What: #HTreads is a weekly HIT book club Twitter chat. Like Health and Tech Books? Join their book club! Read prior & chat with them.

#MedEdChat
When: Every Thursday, 9pm ET

What: #MedEdChat is a weekly conversation on Twitter about topics relating to issues in medical education, including its dissemination into social media. The 60-min chats take place on Thursday nights. Participants should use #mededchat when contributing to the discussions.

#HITsm
When: Every Friday, 12 pm ET/11 am CT

What: Topics are announced @HealthcareScene – #HITsm TweetChats, #HITsm is an acronym for “healthcare IT social media” and they focus on current topics that are influencing healthcare technology, health IT, and the use of social media in healthcare. This week’s #HITsm chat is happening Friday, 2/12 at Noon ET (9 AM PT). This week’s chat will be hosted by Janice McCallum (@janicemccallum) on the topic “Detecting and Avoiding Misinformation and Disinformation”.

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