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April 17 - April 21

The HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition is the most influential health information technology event of the year, where 40,000+ professionals throughout the global health ecosystem meet to build relationships during lively networking events, learn from experts in hot topic education sessions and discover innovative health tech products to solve their greatest challenges.

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Featured Sessions

Civitas Networks for Health Networking Lunch

Wednesday, April 19, 2023 | 12:00 pm CT

Civitas Networks for Health will be hosting a networking lunch event open to members and attendees at HIMSS23. We look forward to seeing you there!

Data for Health Equity: Improving Maternal Health Outcomes Through Interoperability

Wednesday, April 19, 2023 | 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm CT

This session will define the high-level data use cases for maternal health outcomes and summarize the findings from an environmental scan and analysis of the specifications available for maternal health. Based on these findings, the speakers will propose recommendations that address gaps in data standards to support care provision, care coordination, and care transitions in the context of improving maternal health outcomes.

Civitas Speaking Engagement: Prioritizing Maternal Health as a Core Paradigm Across Specialties to Advance Interoperability

Wednesday, April 19, 2023 l 4:15 pm – 5:15pm CT

Lisa Bari, CEO of Civitas Networks for Health, will be a keynote speaker at this session. Join us for an engaging session on empowering maternal health by integrating informatics, technology, and interoperability strategy for optimal and equitable outcomes. In this session, you will hear from industry experts on the current landscape of maternal health outcomes and disparities both in the United States and globally.

We will explore case studies and real-world experiences of sharing data across multiple care settings, and the safety, security and sensitivity concerns that are unique to maternal health.