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The Digital Healthcare Conference 2010 is an exclusive gathering of healthcare leaders to network, learn and innovate. Attendees share insights, compare experiences, and hear engaging presentations from their peers.

Fluno ShowWith the passage of ARRA and HITECH acts more than a year ago, strong forces are pushing the adoption of robust healthcare information technology solutions across the spectrum of care delivery. Most organizations used the past year to develop overarching strategic plans to implement health IT, recognizing the need to respond to government and payor incentives while meeting the demands of a changing consumer base. With many of the first projects begun, organizations now must continue to develop the tactical plans needed to meet their strategic goals and objectives.

Due to the aggressive timetable set by the government to receive ARRA stimulus funding for health IT and the need to meet meaningful use criteria, timeframes for planning and deployment are shortened. During this conference presenters will focus on what they are doing to manage the next three years of health IT deployment, a period that covers a typical planning, budgeting, and project start cycle.

Now in its eighth 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 2010 is produced by WTN Media, a business-to-business media company that also produces the Fusion CEO-CIO Symposium and WTN News. WTN Media’s executive 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.

May 19 - 20, 2010. Fluno Center. Madison, Wis. • RegisterSponsor

Topics that will be discussed include:

• Automating the Physician Experience, What’s Standing in the Way?
• Return on Investment with Clinical Information Systems – An Oxymoron?
• How Ultra-High Speed Broadband Will Transform Healthcare
• Clinical Decision Support: Its Meaningful Use
• Connecting for Care through Health Information Exchange
• Health Information Exchange: What to Expect in the Next Three Years

Register today to reserve your place.

Register now. The Digital Healthcare Conference has always sold out early, so by registering now you can reserve your place. Multiple roles in an organization benefit from attending the Digital Healthcare Conference: many CIOs and VPs of IT attend along with their IT directors, applications managers, or other colleagues. Other CIOs attend along with their CEOs, COOs or CFOs to make the most of the discussion on IT-business alignment. Register before March 20th to receive a $100 discount.

Register now. Note that vendor registration is limited to make room for end-user organizations—to reserve your place consider a sponsorship package.

Attend the Digital Healthcare Conference

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 conference will be held at the Fluno Center for Executive Education. The facilities are accessible to the physically disabled and vision, hearing and dietary needs will be met.

Build strategic relationships: Sponsor DHC

Your sponsorship of the Digital Healthcare Conference opens a door to networking and face-to-face discussions with IT and business executives. DHC non-sponsor attendees in 2009 were 51% C-level and VP-level, and 40% directors and managers. Read more about sponsorship and download materials.

Who should attend
  • Healthcare IT focused healthcare professionals: CEOs, COOs, CIOs, CMOs, CNOs
  • Providers: Physicians, nurses, pharmacists; medical, pharmacy and nurse managers; patient safety/quality directors; risk managers; administrators
  • Consumers: Patient advocates and advocacy organizations
  • Purchasers: Employers, insurers, health plans, government
  • Health care researchers, educators, policy makers, and students

Sponsors receive exclusive networking opportunities, branding, signage, face-to-face interaction with senior healthcare executives and more.

Learn more about sponsoring


  • Produced by WTN Media / Wisconsin Technology Network