Every fall, I make plans to attend the Greystone.Net Healthcare Internet Conference to network with colleagues and learn about the latest in digital trends, strategies and innovations from leading healthcare marketers and digital experts. It has become one of my favorite educational events and I wanted to let you know about this discount offer before it expires – register by September 11 and take $100 off the registration fee.
HCIC offers 3 days of educational programming showcasing 5 dynamic keynote sessions, 4 pre-conference workshops and 56 concurrent sessions. The exhibit hall will feature nearly 80 exhibitors and sponsors (including Corrigan Partners) so you can learn about the latest products and services to support your organization.
Visit the 19th Annual HCIC Website today and learn why this is a “can’t miss” event. And register now to take advantage of the early-bird discount.
Speaker Proposals are due Wednesday, April 3, 2013
This coming November 4 – 6, Greystone.net will host the 17th Annual Healthcare Internet Conference in New Orleans. For 17 years (can you believe it!), this has been the go-to forum for health leaders seeking to learn and share their knowledge, expertise and experiences in web, social media, mobile and clinical information technologies.
It’s a conference I look forward to every year. In this space, both the magnitude and pace of change are significant. When it comes to digital strategies, opportunities and practical applications in healthcare, there is always something new to learn, and this is the place to do it.
The 2013 conference will feature workshops and concurrent sessions in six educational tracks:
e-Metrics, ROI and business value
Web solutions and tools
mHCIC: mobile and emerging technologies
I hope you’ll consider sharing your own successes (and lessons learned). The Call for Speakers is still open but closes on Wednesday, April 3, 2013. Submit your application here.
The Healthcare Internet Hall of Fame was established in 2011 to honor both individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to the healthcare Internet industry, and to ensure that the history of the industry is preserved for the future generations.
Each year, new members of the Healthcare Internet Hall of Fame are inducted at the industry-wide Healthcare Internet Conference. The 2012 inductees included:
Ed Bennett, director of web and communications technology for the University of Maryland Medical System
PatientsLikeMe, a free online community where patients can connect with each other to better understand their diseases, share condition and treatment information, and get the support they need to improve their health.
Mayo Clinic, who launched one of the earliest health information sites on the Internet, and today, receives nearly 30 million unique visits per month from all over the world.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2013 class. Information regarding criteria and the nomination process can be found at the Healthcare Internet Hall of Fame website (www.hihof.com). All nominations must be received by August 2, 2013.
The Healthcare Internet Hall of Fame honors men, women and organizations that have made outstanding, long-lasting contributions to the healthcare Internet industry. The organization’s purpose, while honoring innovation, is to ensure that the history of the industry is preserved for future generations new to the healthcare industry. Inductees are selected annually by an independent Board of Judges, on which I had the privilege of serving this past year. Learn more about the 2012 class at www.hihof.com or click on the links above.