11-15 March | Orlando, FL
Orange County Convention Center
Newly Designated QHIN
eHealth Exchange is proud to once again be apart of HIMSS, the most influential health information technology event of the year.
More than 40,000+ professionals affiliated with the healthcare industry participate in HIMSS every year. This year eHealth Exchange will be attending as a newly Designated Qualified Health Information Network (QHIN).
We hope you’ll join eHealth Exchange and our team at this years event in Orlando, FL from March 11-15.
Speak with the eHealth Exchange team
Take some time to meet with our network experts. eHealth Exchange will once again be exhibiting at HIMSS 2024 in Orlando, Florida. Want to block some time with an expert, schedule a meeting with us.
Visit Our Exhibit Booth
Learn more about eHealth Exchange and TEFCA
Convention Center Exhibit Hall
Booth — 4781
Listen to our experts at these sessions
Monday | March 11 | 1:45 PM - 2:30 PM EST
Decoding the QHIN Maze: A Masterclass with Key Leaders
Dive into the intricate world of Qualified Health Information Networks (QHINs) with the architects themselves! Get insider insights on how QHINs are shaping healthcare data exchange, empowering patient access, and driving innovative care models.
Tuesday | March 12 | 1:45 PM - 2:05 PM EST
Networked FHIR Exchange: Maximizing the Value of Standardized Data Exchange
This session will explore the existing pain points of scaling FHIR exchange between payers and providers, the advantages of leveraging FHIR exchange networks, and the challenges that come with it to ensure security and privacy of health data. The panelists will focus on specific use cases and stakeholders to compare different approaches.
Thursday | March 14 | 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EST
Improving and Expediting Biologics Adverse Event Surveillance Using FHIR®
Current reporting systems for biologic products’ adverse events (AEs) has multiple challenges. Attend this session and hear how eHealth Exchange successfully deployed FHIR R4 nationwide for next-generation electronic exchange of rich clinical patient data involving validation of adverse events between healthcare providers and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).