Conference
Date: August 27, 2017
Location: Crowne Plaza Indianapolis, Downtown Union Station

2017 SHIEC Annual Conference Aug 27 – 30

Regenstrief Institute is pleased to be particpating in the 3rd Annual SHIEC Conference, which will be held August 27-30, 2017 at the Crowne Plaza Indianapolis Downtown Union Station, Indianapolis, Indiana and will be hosted by Indiana Health Information Exchange (IHIE).

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This year’s conference will offer sessions on SHIEC initiatives such as the Patient Centered Data Home™ as well as innovations in technology, payer relations and quality. In addition, the conference will include the SHIEC Annual Meeting and the election of SHIEC Board members. Attendees will include the leadership and management of over 50 SHIEC member organizations, over 25 Strategic Business & Technology Partners, invited guests and other stakeholders.

Registration information available here.

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