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6th Annual Mid-Atlantic Healthcare Informatics Symposium

Join us for the 6th Annual Mid-Atlantic Healthcare Informatics Symposium, presented by The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Center for Biomedical Informatics on April 26, 2013 at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel.  Session presenters include nationally known informatics experts who will … Continue reading

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Implementing Change

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ANIA Free Webinar – Tackling Disease and Natural Disaster One Tweet at a Time

Tackling Disease and Natural Disaster One Tweet at a Time! Turning Social Data into Insight How can the changing social media landscape aid health care professionals? What role can the data shared and collected via these outlets play in supporting … Continue reading

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Countdown: 37 days until Go-Live

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Delaware Valley Nursing Computer Network Fall 2012 Conference

When:  November 9, 2012 Where:  Penn State Great Valley Conference Center From Operations to Practice:  It’s More Than Just Achieving Meaningful Use   Keynote Speaker: Brian Norris MBA, RN-BC, BGS Vice President & Regional Chief Nursing Informatics Officer Kentucky Division … Continue reading

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Lecture on Humor

Humor: A Gift to Nursing presented by Anne Belcher, PhD, RN, AOCN, CNE, FAAN Associate Professor Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing Often overlooked, humor is a valuable tool nurses can use to promote health in themselves and their colleagues, … Continue reading

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Countdown to Go-Live: 51 Days

As the weeks progress, the project team’s days are getting longer as we only have 51 more days until go-live.  This week the project team presented the workflow walkthrough to the many end users that came. It was a packed … Continue reading

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Countdown: 60 days until go-live

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Countdown: 73 days until Go-Live

This past Monday was our content deadline.  Not that I got everything in, at least I feel like I am getting work done. December 2 is almost here in less than three months.  Our team lead shared activities that my … Continue reading

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Countdown: 80 days til Go-Live

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