international mobile informatics conference in healthcare
a presentation of:
pda cortex , caring &
the institute for johns hopkins nursing
the international connection for solution seekers and mobile it
implementers in healthcare.
imich 2002, the second annual interdisciplinary conference addressing the
issues necessary to harness the potential of mobile informatics technology
and leverage the mobile computing platform at the point of care.
the ongoing evolution of wireless technology, and mobile device capabilities
is changing the way healthcare practitioners interact with information
technologies. the growth and acceptance of mobile information technology at
the point of care, coupled with the promise and convenience of data on
demand, creates opportunities for enhanced patient care and safety.
this mobile revolution will create critical, system-wide healthcare and it
challenges that must be understood and addressed to maximize the delivery of
patient care. at its core, mobile technology is creating a dynamic new
information platform that if understood and optimized can be leveraged for
unlimited advantage and improved efficiencies. make no mistake, clinicians
and organizations will need to go mobile to stay competitive!
"market evolution may eventually make doctors so reliant on wireless
technologies they'll be unable to practice medicine without them." -
pharmaceutical executive march 2001
imich is the forum that brings together key industry participants and
pioneers around the issues associated with understanding, implementing and
maximizing mobile information technology in healthcare.
the institute for johns hopkins nursing is accredited as a provider of
continuing education by the american nurses credentialing center's
commission on accreditation. approval for contact hours is pending.
imich 2002 .... make it ;-)
see you there!
"first hand intelligence"