This year’s theme is “Creating Connections. Achieving Results.”
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, ACHIEVE 2020 – the 13th annual Health Current Summit & Trade Show – will be 100 percent virtual. The new conference format promises to deliver the same great information that past attendees have grown accustom to receiving. This year’s event features a variety of presentations on a range of topics, including an HIE update on new technologies and services; the latest HIT legislative and legal updates; use cases by HIE participants; and panel discussions on multiple topics, including Arizona’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Don Rucker, MD, National Coordinator, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, (ONC) is the Keynote Speaker and will kick off the conference October 13.
After the virtual event series this year, we will have the 2021 Health Current Summit & Trade Show, October 12 – 13, 2021 at the Renaissance Phoenix/Glendale, Arizona.
Sessions & Speakers Highlights
Health Current Update
EMS Use of HIE on 911 Calls, Treat & Refer Programs
HIEs, Interoperability & COVID-19 Support
Sponsored Session: Banner University Health Plan
Population Health in a Value-Based World
HIE Use Cases & Success Stories: Hospital Perspectives
We understand this year will be our first year hosting a virtual conference series and thank you in advance for your continued support.
Health Current, Arizona’s health information exchange (HIE), has grown more than 700 percent since 2016. This growth is not only in numbers, but also diversity. Today, Health Current participants represent a broad spectrum of the healthcare landscape, from first responders, reference labs, hospitals, community providers and behavioral health providers to long-term care facilities, home care and hospice providers.
HIE growth reflects the connections created through the Arizona healthcare community, in both technology and positive relationships. These connections lead to more complete patient information that helps clinicians make better decisions to improve care and outcomes. Integrating HIE data into clinical workflows helps providers in all settings achieve results.