The Digital Healthcare Conference 2007 was a great success. WTN Media thanks all our sponsors, advisors, speakers and attendees for their support.
How are you optimizing your technology investments to improve patient safety, lower costs, and improve the quality of healthcare delivery?
The Digital Healthcare Conference 2007 is an exclusive gathering of healthcare leaders to network, learn and innovate. Now in its fourth year, DHC brings together experts in healthcare, technology and law to share their knowledge. Attendees learn proven and emerging strategies for improving healthcare delivery and patient safety.
DHC 2007 is produced by WTN Media, a business-to-business media company that also produces the Fusion CEO-CIO Symposium and the Wisconsin Technology Network newsletter. WTN Media's healthcare conferences attract 200 attendees in a comfortable setting with plentiful opportunities for interactive discussion. The audience includes healthcare executives, physicians, nurses, IT professionals and vendors.
The deployment of clinical information technology continues at a torrid pace in acute care settings, clinics and physicians offices. The penetration of these systems into the healthcare environment brings with it additional pressures related to interoperability, intra-operability, privacy, data accuracy, governance, staffing and information storage.
Similar to other industries that experienced huge expansion in the use of information technology, healthcare executives are re-evaluating their original IT strategies in face of shortages of software professionals, limited investment resources and the challenges of real-time patient care.
You can deliver better information and knowledge to help predict, prevent and treat patients while improving the overall quality of healthcare delivery.
Save yourself time and money by spending the day among peers in positions of healthcare leadership. Share insights and experiences into how to optimize the value of innovative new healthcare technologies and how to develop best practices for the deployment of new systems, workflow and processes.
The Digital Healthcare Conference at a glance
Past conference coverage: 2006
Past conference coverage: 2005