Call for Proposals for Microsoft HUG Exchange 2010 Now Open!
Of special interest to Medical Device companies, the Microsoft Health Users Group (MS-HUG) holds two meetings per year: one in the fall, and the other in the spring (at HIMSS). The group is made up of health informatics organizations and professionals from around the globe. There are chapters in the US and in EMEA.
For those interested in presenting at Microsoft Health Users Group Exchange 2010 in Redmond, WA, the Call for Proposal process for the next event is now open!
The Microsoft Health User Group is looking for submissions that detail innovative and inspiring solutions to healthcare, using Microsoft technology and frameworks. The following tracks are planned for the event:
Developing Community Care - how to connect people, information and process to provide continuity of care. Topics may include RHIO, HIE, chronic condition management, wellness programs (e.g. weight loss or smoking cessation), home care, mobility and EMR.
Intelligent Healthcare - gain an insight into Health Intelligence. Topics may include Business Intelligence, predictive modeling, QA reporting, operational efficiency, real time decision support, quality improvement, and population health metrics.
Dynamic Infrastructure - build an infrastructure which is reliable and robust yet flexible to meet future demands. Topics may include Desktop Management, Server Management, Identity and Security, Virtualization, Cloud computing, seamless connectivity and mobility.
Please complete the online application by Friday, June 25, 2010 at 5:00 CDT to be considered as a possible presenter for this event. Submitters will be notified during the week of July 12th of the proposal status. *Please note: presentations must be focused on a Microsoft-based technology or solution. Please feel free to submit something that is relevant but outside of the scope of tracks listed. Be assured technical content is a plus.
For more information on MS-HUG, please visit the website at http://www.mshug.org or send your questions to email@example.com
Microsoft Health Users Group Exchange 2010
Transforming Health to Achieve Meaningful Use
Microsoft Corporate Campus
September 22nd & 23rd
Online Registration Application