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Spring 2013 HI Bootcamp

The Applied Health Informatics Bootcamp (or HI Bootcamp) is a 2.5-day, intensive, highly interactive on-site course introducing key concepts, issues and applications in Applied Health Informatics and eHealth followed by the optional Online Bootcamp. The Online Bootcamp includes monthly interactive web Q&A and discussion sessions and access to over 90 hours of recorded presentations.

 
Why Attend the Bootcamp?

Healthcare information services professionals, IT professionals in health organizations and industry, e-health staff, and healthcare providers can all benefit from attending this course.

  • The Bootcamp gives an excellent overview of Health Informatics and eHealth applications.
  • It includes interactive learning sessions and great networking opportunities.
  • You can deepen your learning by continuing with the Online Bootcamp which offers 90 + hours of video presentations on additional HI topics by experts in the field and monthly discussion sessions. 
Special Session Speakers

eHealth Strategies in Canada

  • Susan Anderson, Acting ADM & CIO, Health Information Technology and Systems Division, Alberta Health – Alberta’s eHealth strategy.
  • Trevor Hodge, Senior Vice President, Investment Strategies and Alliances, Canada Health Infoway (CHI) – CHI’s eHealth strategy.
  • Greg Reed, President and CEO, eHealth Ontario – Ontario’s eHealth strategy.
  • Don Sweete, Executive Regional Director, Canada Health Infoway – Atlantic Provinces eHealth strategies.

Mobile Healthcare

  • Brad Bell, Chief Technology Officer, GoldCare
  • Duane Bender, Professor, Software Engineering and Principal Investigator, eHealth & mHealth, Mohawk College
  • Nick Dawson, Director of Enterprise & Government Business, BlackBerry
  • Tarek Emara, Associate Partner - Healthcare, IBM Canada
Recognition and Credits

People who successfully complete the onsite Bootcamp received a certificate which includes the number of continuing education hours attended by the participant.
The Bootcamp is an approved program for CME credits (18 Mainpro-M1 credits, 18 Section 1) and 22 CPE HIM credits.

 

When:

April 26-28, 2013

Where:

School of Optometry, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

 

Registration:

 

Registration Options

Early-Bird Gets the
Worm Rate

until February 21, 2013
Midnight ET

Early-Bird Rate

Feb. 22 - March 27, 2013
Midnight ET

Regular Rate

Mar. 28 - April 24, 2013
Midnight ET

Bootcamp Classic
(Onsite & Online)
$999 $1149 $1249
Bootcamp-Lite (Onsite Only) $849 $949 $1049

 

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Questions?

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Bootcamp Organizers:

National Institutes of Health Informatics (NIHI)

University of Waterloo School of Optometry

 

Sponsors:

McKesson Canada
GoldCare

 

Official Media Sponsors:
Canadian Healthcare Manager
Canadian Healthcare Technology
Healthcare Information Management & Communications Canada
Longwoods Publishing Corporation

 

Supporters:
Canadian Health Information Management Association (CHIMA)
COACH - Canada's Health Informatics Association
HIMSS Ontario
ITAC Health

Past Bootcamper Comments

Huge source of information, references, opportunities, room for personal growth and immediately applicable to the way I currently work. 

- Fall 2010 Calgary Bootcamper

Coming from the IT side of Health Care - it is interesting to see/hear how much technology assists in healthcare. We "know" about it but talking about it here shows how vast it is used in everything.
- Spring 2010 UW Bootcamper

Definitely met expectations.  I was looking for an overview/details on Health Informatics to provide more background on the Healthcare industry as it relates to my role & this course was great at doing so.

- Fall 2009 York Bootcamper


Just Excellent!  Thorough intro. Well detailed description of HI challenges.

- Spring 2009 UW Bootcamper

 

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