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Upcoming Events


HIMSS14
February 23-27, 2014
Orlando, Florida

HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems) Annual Conference and Exhibition. HIMSS is a cause-based, not-for-profit organization focused on better health through information technology (IT).


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Long Term Care Applied Research Day
Februray 25-26, 2014
Hilton Toronto

Each year the Ontario Long Term Care Association, in collaboration with a number of other stakeholders and sponsors, presents an Applied Research Education Day to profile new and emerging research and provide a forum for learning, networking and information sharing. Approximately 500 policymakers, researchers, students, aging care leaders, frontline and family caregivers, and innovators in aging care will be in attendance.


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The National Forum on Patient Experience West

March 11-12, 2014
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Vancouver

Enhance patient access, care quality, and healthcare value through exceptional patient experience. Source key strategies, lessons learned, and best practices to help get you started or enhance your existing programs. Coordinate your clinical/administrative processes around the patient. Transform your organization's culture to improve patient satisfaction. Provide exceptional levels of support to patients and families to facilitate patient partnerships.


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6th Annual eHealth Innovation Summit
March 25, 2014
Quorum at the Science Center, Philadelphia

The eHealth Innovation Summit is part of a series of events sponsored by the Canadian Consulate General to share Canada’s considerable, and exportable, experience in the field of health information technology and to accelerate the adoption of innovative solutions to improve health outcomes and lower costs. Canadian companies have the opportunity to pitch to an audience of senior healthcare executives, federal and local government organisations and investors.


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National Canadian Global Impact Competition
April 2, 2014
1 Stone Road, Guelph, Ontario

The Global Impact Competition (GIC) is an opportunity to share that big idea that you have always had to change the world around you. Held around the world, GICs bring out some of the most innovative and ground breaking ideas in their communities. This is Canada’s first. The application submission window closes February 28, 2014. The final event itself, on April 2, will be attended by Brad Templeton (Canadian on Singularity University Faculty).


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National Telemedicine Conference
April 10-11, 2014
Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Part of the IIR Healthcare Conference Series. The 2-day conference agenda will look exclusively at Telemedicine in Canada and will provide a unique opportunity to hear from thought-leaders who are already meeting those challenges in daily practice. Examples from telehomecare, telemental health and teledermatology, amongst others, will be explored. Clinician-led case studies from across the country will provide hands-on, practical advice on how to plan, implement and manage Telemedicine programs. The conference will explore the benefits, challenges and proven strategies of ensuring stakeholder buy-in and delivering cost-effective, sustainable solutions through telemedicine.


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2014 CAMRT Annual General Conference
May 29-June 1, 2014
Edmonton

The 72nd Annual General Conference of the Canadian Association of Medical Radiatiopn Technologists. The 2014 exhibit hall will be a showcase for the most innovative new technologies in all disciplines of medical radiation technology. It’s also the venue for informative poster sessions, and the ‘hub’ of activity for the CAMRT Member Services team – with a comfortable lounge where you can learn more about what your association is doing for you now and into the future.


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