The annual Health Information Technology Conference (HIT) will return to Salt Lake on Wednesday, October 18 at the Conference Center at Gail Miller Campus, SLCC. The conference, hosted by UHIN, will look towards the “future of healthcare interoperability” with speakers, leaders and professionals from across the healthcare and technology continuum.
Look to the Future of Healthcare Interoperability
Join office managers, billers, administrators, CEOs, CTOs, CIOs, Chief Medical Officers, VPs, directors, doctors, nurses, and educators.
Learn from speakers from the State of Utah, the Salt Lake Department of Health, Intermountain Health, University of Utah Health, Sharp Index, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Noridian Healthcare Solutions, BYU, healthKERI, Comagine, Molina, SelectHealth, University of Utah Health Plans, UHIN and more.
Conference topics include: Attendees can expect powerful sessions with experts covering important topics in healthcare, including:
- Artificial Intelligence in healthcare
- Billing for today and beyond
- Digital transformation in healthcare
- Documentation burden
- HL7 and FHIR
- Health equity
- Health Data Utilities (HDUs)
- Medicare updates
- Mental health and burn out
- Population Health
Welcome Keynote Speakers: Dr. Angela Dunn
Executive Director of the Salt Lake County Health Department
Prior to becoming Executive Director of Salt Lake County Health Department, Dr. Angela C. Dunn served as state epidemiologist for the Utah Department of Health and as an epidemic intelligence service officer for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, where she responded to the 2014–2016 Ebola epidemic in West Africa, as well as several infectious disease outbreaks in Utah including measles, hepatitis C, and campylobacter.
Afternoon Keynote: Joy Rios
Founder and CEO of the “HIT Like a Girl” podcast
Joy Rios, MBA is a preeminent Health IT strategist and an established subject matter expert in value-based care payment models. As the founder and CEO of the “HIT Like a Girl” podcast, she amplifies diverse voices, fostering innovation and connection within the healthcare industry. Her groundbreaking “RoadtoHLTH” journey further underscores her commitment to enhancing healthcare interoperability. With an unwavering passion for merging health, technology, and meaningful dialogue, Joy’s insights inspire both industry veterans and newcomers alike. Her visionary leadership and in-depth knowledge position her at the forefront of healthcare’s rapidly evolving landscape.