Miami Hamilton to host Health Information Technology Series

The rapidly growing field of Health Information Technology will be the topic of a series of talks to be hosted by Miami University’s Regional locations. The series will begin on Aug. 26, with additional talks scheduled through November.  All talks will be held in Room 312 Mosler Hall at Miami Hamilton, from 5:30-6:30 p.m.

The series begins on August 26 with a presentation on Meeting User Needs – Addressing the Generational Divide from Carolyn Young of the Kettering Health Network.

The series will continue with A Physician’s Perspective on Health Information Technology with Dr. Kami Park, Leadership Challenges in a Changing Landscape from Dr. Yousef Ahmad of Mercy Health, Best Practices in Protecting Health Information in an Interconnected World with Chris Boue of BHS, Corporate Culture with Jim Larson of MedPractice Solutions and Better Data, Better Care from J.D. Whitlock of Mercy Health.

“We developed this series for our students, but were so pleased with the caliber of the speakers that we decided to share with the community” said Miami Computer and Information Technology Lecturer Donna Evans. “Anyone interested in the field is welcome to join us.”

Space is limited for this free event.   Go to the speaker’s series website for more information on the series or to make a reservation.

Miami Hamilton is located at 1601 University Blvd.

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