LISTAâ€™s National Latino Alliance for Health Information Technology respectfully requests your attendance for our EHRInsights2015 Workshop taking place in Washington DC. This event will take place on Wednesday, February 29, 2012, 8:30 am â€“ 3:00 pm at. The Office of Mayor Vincent C. Gray at 2000 14th Street NW 2nd floor, Washington DC 20009
As CMIO, Dr. Nayyar guides the overall AT&T For Health strategy by providing industry expertise in evidence-based medicine, health outcomes, disease management and wellness.
Dr. Nayyar is responsible for several strategic initiatives supporting the AT&T ForHealth practice as well as evolving the AT&Tâ€™s Business Services healthcare strategy. As a practicing physician, she brings a comprehensive viewpoint to AT&T though her extensive experience in clinical medicine, health technologies, health policy, medical communications and public healthâ€”helping to translate healthcare issues and technology implications with a wide range of stakeholders including physicians, patients, providers, policymakers and consumers.
Prior to joining AT&T as Chief Medical Information Officer, Dr. Nayyar served as the Principal Medical Officer and acting Chief Medical Officer at Vangent, Inc. In this role, she led a group of Executive Clinicians in the creation and deployment of innovative solutions and services for the meaningful use of electronic healthcare records and the secure and interoperable exchange of health information.
Dr. Nayyar holds memberships and committee appointments in several professional organizations including the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, the American College of Rheumatology, the Association of Medical Directors of Information Systems and the American Medical Association.
Dr. Nayyar received her Medical Doctor and Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Miami. She received her Master of Business Administration degree from George Washington University, where she currently practices and teaches as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine for the Department of Rheumatology. She lives in Miami with her family.
The topic for the event is â€œHealth IT, Adoption/Trends & the Latino Physician.â€ It will be an in depth discussion on Health IT and the Latino Community. Best practice on implementation, broadband adoption, mobile health and telemedicine and how leveraging HIT will eliminate health disparities in the Latino Community. Below you will find the agenda along with the workshop and/or section we are requesting your participation. Â #LatinoHIT
The National Latino Alliance for Health Information Technology (LATINO HIT INITIATIVE) is focused on driving access to Health IT for small physician practices throughout the Latino community. The LATINO HIT INITIATIVE is able to leverage LISTAâ€™s network of national leadership, program resources and high quality, culturally appropriate services in order to achieve this goal. Through careful implementation of HIT, we can avoid the expenses of secondary and tertiary care that raises the cost, while lowering the quality of healthcare in our community and other under-served communities.
(Note: Limited space available. This is anÂ RSVP only event, please register below for entrance. Only registered guests will be admitted)Â Â Register atÂ http://ehrinsight2015.eventbrite.com /
What:Â HTTP:/LISTAÂ &The National Latino Alliance on Health Information Technology Briefing on Health IT & Latinos
When: FebruaryÂ 28th 2012 8:30 am -3:00pm
Where:Â Executive Office of the MayorÂ Â 2000 14th Street, NW 2nd FloorÂ Washington, DC 20009
Register at Â http://ehrinsight2015.eventbrite.com/