Iron Mountain Jumps into the Health IT Forum at HealthIMPACT Midwest

By: In: Healthcare On: Sep 08, 2014

Iron Mountain is pleased to participate today in our fourth event in the series of HealthIMPACT regional forums.

HealthIMPACT Midwest, taking place today in Chicago, will once again bring together CIOs, CTOs, CMIOs and many other health system executives for an important forum allowing for valuable and fluid exchanges, taking the audience through topics important to Healthcare IT executives today.

An event designed by health system leaders themselves and built to promote collaboration between senior leadership, topics at HealthIMPACT range from:

  • Improving reimbursement revenues and population health management
  • Reducing the strain on limited resources and doing more with less
  • Achieving better clinician engagement, adoption, and satisfaction
  • Easing the burden of regulatory requirements
  • Becoming a data driven organization to improve clinical operations and patient outcomes
  • Working with vendors to customize technologies that move beyond meaningful use to meaningful outcomes

As we all know, this is a special time to be working in healthcare IT, and there is a shared community sentiment that paths chosen now will forever shape the future of healthcare delivery. As we head into National Health IT week Sep 15-19, Iron Mountain is proud to be a part of helping to shape these conversations.

Pay attention to these conversations and more at #NHITweek and  @IMN_Healthcare.

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Elissa Robins

Elissa is the Healthcare marketing demand manager for Iron Mountain. In this role, she is responsible for ensuring that Iron Mountain’s Healthcare solutions are in the consideration set for all providers when looking for the best value to solve their information management challenges. With over 15 years experience in business to business marketing, Elissa has run the gamut of marketing programs for high-tech startups and established enterprises alike. Elissa has a BA in business from the University of Texas at Austin, and lives in sunny Santa Monica, California, with her husband, two daughters and the smartest dog in the world. Follow me on Twitter @IM_ElissaRobins