Philadelphia, PA., August 7, 2009 – Siemens Healthcare is once again hosting Innovations, a one-of-a-kind symposium where Siemens U.S. health information technology customers can share ideas and expand their knowledge around invaluable tools and innovative strategies that will help them improve efficiencies and stay ahead of the technological curve. Computerized Physician Order Entry and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act are among several highly-relevant topics being covered during this year’s forum, which runs from August 8-12 in Philadelphia, Pa.
Innovations 2009 was planned by a dedicated team of customers and Siemens representatives and offers a rare and valuable opportunity for all attendees to share best practices among peers, learn new techniques to maximize system efficiency and address patient-safety initiatives, provide input for future product development, and discuss important healthcare industry topics and their potential to impact care delivery. The comprehensive educational program features industry experts, clinical and product optimization breakout forums, and solution updates, with more than 80% of sessions featuring Siemens customer presenters.
“Innovations 2009 continues our customer commitment to provide exceptional educational opportunities, exposure to new technologies, expert insight into industry trends, as well as peer-to-peer networking and collaboration,“ said Siemens Healthcare Health Services business unit CEO Janet Dillione, who is one of two keynote speakers at the event, along with American entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and author Pat Croce.  “Additionally, we are once again holding our Siemens Inspired Healthcare Outcomes Challenge, which recognizes the outstanding outcomes our customers have achieved through the use of their Siemens health information technology solutions,” said Dillione.
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Source: Press Release