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Mexico Health IT Business Development Conference

Date: April 24, 2013

Venue: Mexico City, Mexico


The U.S. Commercial Service Health IT Export and Business Development Conference is designed to help U.S. Health IT firms grow their business and expand sales into one of the fastest growing markets. This conference will enable you to:

  • Learn firsthand about Mexico’s Federal and State health IT policy initiatives and market opportunities
  • Showcase your company’s technology to senior-level public and private healthcare officials and potential partners
  • Network with some of the world’s leading Health IT experts and decision-makers


PRESENTATIONS

Company

Speaker

Presentations

AstraZeneca

Alfonso Del Rosal

Health Connects Us All

Cerner

Mariam Khalil

“Clinical Automation as a Platform for Improved Community Health.”

Dimensional Insight

Alejandro Mendoza Victorica

“Diving into HealthCare Information.”

DSI International

Trevor Lane

“Efficiently Managing Heath Care Materials.”

EKAHAU

Alvaro Ruiz

“Innovation thru Location Leveraging Real-Time Location Systems “Improving Safety, Efficiency and Quality Outcomes.”

GlobalMed

Xavier Orozco

“Telemedicine: Revolutionizing Health Services with Technology and Communications.”

Health IT 2 Business Solutions

Dash Kiridena

“Preparing for New Frontiers in Health Information Management.”

OpenClinica

Cal Collins

“Using the Power of Open Source Technology to Enhance Health Outcomes.”

Piensa

Clara Fleisher

“Germinating Ideas through Impulsa.”

RTI International

Donald Mon

“Meeting Mexico’s Health IT Priorities – Lessons from the US and International Standards Development Organizations.”

SecureCare

Grace Preston

“Keeping Hospitals Safe & Secure with KinderGUARD.”

Soyring

Adam Higman

“Clinical and Operational Integration in IT System Selection and Implementation.”

IBM

Humberto Perez

“Converging Healthcare and Social Programs to Reduce Costs and Improve Results.”

IBM

Paul Dommel

“Interoperability between Healthcare and Social Programs.”

Oracle

Jesus Maria

“Basque model of Chronic Care.”

Oracle

Reid Oakes

“Interoperability in Action - A Discussion on Global Best Practices.”

Motorola

Alfonso Caraveo

“Applied Mobility Solutions for the Healthcare Sector.”

Deloitte

Carol Chouinard

“Can HIT Lower Costs and Improve Quality?”

Office of the National Coordinator for HIT / US Department of Health

Douglas Fridsma

“ONC’S Interoperability Strategy.”

“ONC's Keynote”

Institute for Public Health Research-Connecticut Health Information Network-University of Connecticut

Robert H. Aseltine, Jr.

“Using a Tablet-Based Screening Protocol to Improve Patient Care: Preliminary Results from Two Primary Care Clinics.”

CHRISTUS Health

George Conklin

“What’s happening to US Healthcare? Quality, Cost, Technology”

Links:

Conference Flyer


For further information contact:


Everett Wakai

+52 (55) 5140-2603

everett.wakai@trade.gov

Alicia Herrera

+52 (55) 5140-2629

alicia.herrera@trade.gov

Teresa Verthein

+52 (55) 5140-2652

teresa.verthein@trade.gov