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Central & North Florida Chapter of HIMSS News
The Central North Florida HIMSS Chapter board and membership congratulate Brian Peterson on his recent Nursing Informatics certification.
Brian completed the Central North Florida HIMSS Chapter Nursing Informatics Boot Camp in Ocoee, Florida with Susan K. Newbold.
Well done Brian! Hard work always pays off.
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Congratulations are extended to Ms. Raquel Isaza Quasius, our newest Nursing Informatics Certification recipient.
Raquel credits her success in part to the Nursing Informatics Bootcamp she attended that was led by Susan K.Newbold PHD RN, and hosted by the Central North Florida HIMSS chapter in September 2019.
Angelique Robateau - Central North Florida HIMSS - Advocacy Chair/CAR Vice Chair Southern Region
Central North Florida HIMSS is proud to be honored with the FY19 Ambassador Level of Chapter Advocacy award.
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The second annual CNFL HIMSS Women In Health IT Conference sold out. Phenomenal speakers and topics relevant to current and future Women in Health IT combined to create the perfect recipe for success.
It was great to meet so many of our members from all over the state of Florida.
As local and state level governmental health departments modernize their health and human services systems and shift business processes towards a Public Health 3.0 future1, and state and local health leaders will need to consider how to adopt enhanced data analytics, improved surveillance among other novel uses of health information to inform policy making and drive innovative strategies to combat a range of complex local to global health and human services issues.
As a chapter board member you can help make a difference through mentorship, advocacy or by growing our membership and helping to develop educational programs.
We have a few chair positions and committee member positions open for our Advocacy Committee, Scholarship Committee and others. By getting involved, you can help advance the mission of HIMSS across Central and North Florida.
Angelique Robateau - Central North Florida HIMSS - Advocacy Chair
Our Central North Florida HIMSS Chapter, Advocacy Chair: Angelique Robateau, contributed to the Looking Forward: 2019 Predictions for State Health IT Policy article.
The HIMSS Chapter Advocacy program provides an opportunity for each HIMSS chapter to elect or appoint one or more of its members to expand HIMSS priorities through grassroots and grass tops engagement.
TALLAHASSEE, FL - AHCA announced today through a press release that the Encounter Notification Service (ENS) operated by the Florida Health Information Exchange Services (Florida HIE) has delivered over 7.5 million notifications to facilitate patient care coordination since its inception in 2013. Currently, at least 215 hospitals across Florida have generated notifications which are being sent to subscribers including health plans, ACOs, provider practices and now hospitals. This exchange of health information will reduce errors and readmissions
Over 20 CPHIMS and CAHIMS candidates attended the full-day Review Course on Saturday 4/28/
A Corporate Take on Healthcare Innovation
The Central and North Florida Chapter of HIMSS was well-represented at HIMSS18 in Las Vegas. The Chapter Reception was a hosted by Greenway Health on March 6, 2018. This was a great opportunity to network with chapter members and colleagues and share ideas.
Thank you Greenway Health and HIMSS!
The Central/North Florida HIMSS Chapter is looking for a few great leaders to serve in a Board Support Role. We have many volunteer opportunities and it is a great way to get engaged in your Chapter.
Benefits of Volunteering: