iPatientCare Actively Participated in the Discussion on Health IT Topics Ranging from Patient Engagement and Empowerment to Interoperability and Better Collaboration to Meaningful Use during the NHIT Week, September 15-19, 2014.
iPatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in mHealth and cloud-based ambulatory EHR and integrated Practice Management, stayed committed and exhibited it’s active participation in the discussion on Health IT topics ranging from patient engagement and empowerment to interoperability and better collaboration to meaningful use during the NHIT Week, September 15-19, 2014.
More than 400 collaborating partners worked together, celebrated, and discussed the value of health IT to the U.S. healthcare system during the Ninth Annual National Health IT Week. It was a unique opportunity to bring this community together in a collective and proactive conversation on the value and future of health IT.
Kicking off with an engaging 2014 Annual Consumer Health IT Summit featuring patient engagement and empowerment, advancing the Interoperability through meaningful use, blog carnival on “Value of Health IT” and active discussion on social media #NHITWeek and with many other events through the week iPatientCare, Inc. was actively involved by showing its commitment towards Health It community. It was impressive to see the Health IT community coming together and focusing on nation’s care delivery.
iPatientCare’s CEO, Udayan Mandavia commented, “Healthcare IT is to bring effective, evidence-based healthcare to the patients. It is an enabler of improved population health, efficient health care delivery, effective patient engagement and care coordination to meet one common goal that is better patient care at reduced cost.”