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Revenue cycle: HFMA/ANI 2013 app A

Heading out to

ANI: T e HFMA National Institute June 16-19 in Or- lando, or just want to browse the of- ferings before the big event? Get the A

ANI mobile app. With this handy utility, you can check out exibit hall maps; fi nd ex- hibitors, sponsors

and special events; create your own itinerary; get important messages during the show; network with other ANI attendees; view presentations; and even take notes on cool things you see and then email your thoughts and fi ndings back home. Search “HFMA ANI” in the Apple iTunes or Google Play app stores or go to http://ativ.me/ani13.

INFOGRAPHIC Take control of tablet TCO

Dell recently commissioned an online survey of more than 200 healthcare IT decision makers (ITDMs) to find out how their large-scale tablet deployments (more than 250 devices) are going and to gather total-cost- of-ownership (TCO) data for the mobile devices.

All-encompassing info for clinicians T e updated Medscape App for the iPad

and iPad mini from WebMD provides a suite of mobile clinical reference tools to assist physicians and other healthcare providers, including formulary information; medical calculators; drug, disease and condition ref- erences; and a drug interaction checker. T e app also features medical news and continu- ing education and training. T is app is also available in Android and Kindle Fire versions. Learn more at www.medscapemobile.com.

Workforce management for Android ANSOS2Go, the fi rst Android mobile app from McKesson,

gives ANSOS One-Staff users the ability to quickly view their calendars and daily work assignments from their phones or tablets. T e app off ers even more benefi ts for managers, who can view where employees are scheduled to work and send any employee an email or text message simply by tapping on the person’s name. Available free from the Google Play store.

EVENTS JUNE

The Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) 2013 Annual Meeting, June 6-9, Grapevine-Dallas, Texas, is the place to discover today’s imaging informatics essentials and trends. Educational sessions, exhibit hall hours and networking opportuni- ties provide dynamic interaction between practitioners and vendors.

www.siim2013.org

America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) Institute 2013, June 12-14, Las Vegas, invites you to join thousands of health insurance decision makers to experience the industry’s premier educational event.

www.ahip.org/Conferences/Institute2013/ ANI: The 2013 HFMA National Institute, June 16-19, Or-

lando, presents financial management how-to solutions for pressing challenges like reform, value, clinical transformation, accountable care and revenue cycles.

www.hfmaconference.org SEPTEMBER

The 2012 American Society for Healthcare Human Resources

Administration (ASHHRA) 49th Annual Conference & Exposition, Sept. 28-Oct. 1, Washington, D.C., will feature more than 150 exhibi- tors and plenty of opportunities for networking and knowledge sharing on state-of-the-art services in healthcare HR.

www.ashhra.org/conference/2013/index.shtml OCTOBER

Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) 2013 Annual Conference, Oct. 6-9, San Diego, will host thousands of professionals engaged in managing the business of medicine. Practice administrators and physician leaders are highly encouraged to consider team participa- tion. More than 356 exhibiting companies shared their industry insights, products and services at MGMA12.

www.mgma.com

The 85th American Health Information Management Associa- tion (AHIMA) Convention & Exhibit, Oct. 26-30, Atlanta, will draw HIM professionals from all areas of health informatics and information management for an intense focus on HIM’s global transformation. Learn how to implement some of the most important changes in HIM history. Pre-convention workshops take place Oct. 26-27.

www.ahima.org/events/convention

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HEALTH MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

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