2023 ONC Annual Meeting
 
LIVE WEBCAST: Thursday December 14 and Friday December 15, 2023
Washington, DC
 
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE WEBCAST AGENDA

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We’re back in-person for the 2023 ONC Annual Meeting! For the first time since 2020, ONC is hosting our Annual Meeting in Washington, DC for two days of conversation, learning, and networking. Join us to hear about the key issues at the intersection of health care, public health, policymaking, and technology through a variety of keynote speakers, including National Coordinator Micky Tripathi, and mainstage & breakout sessions. We’ll also have a first for ONC: a live podcast being recorded from our mainstage!

Plenary Session: TEFCA Live! A Celebration – Part 1

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12/12/2023
Thursday December 14, 2023 Celebrate this significant milestone where we will recognize the first designated Qualified Health Information NetworksTM joining TEFCASM. In Part 1, hear directly from federal and congressional leaders about this important step in implementing the 21st Century Cures Act.

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2023 ONC Annual Meeting

 
LIVE WEBCAST: Thursday December 14 and Friday December 15, 2023
Washington, DC
 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE WEBCAST AGENDA


Come and join the conversation to learn more about…

  • Artificial intelligence in health care
  • TEFCA and policy updates, including HTI-1 sessions
  • The LEAP in Health IT and PHIT programs
  • Public health standards
  • Health IT policy alignment
  • Patient access
  • And more…

Join over 1,000 health IT partners with a wide range of perspectives:

  • Public health
  • Health systems
  • Patients and advocates
  • Policymakers
  • Federal, state, local government
  • Innovators and industry experts
  • Research and academia
  • Developers

Attend the EMS Data Summit 2.0 on December 15

On December 15 from noon-3:30 pm, ONC and the Federal Interagency Committee on Emergency Medical Services (FICEMS) are co-hosting an EMS Data Summit 2.0 as a special track at the Annual Meeting.

This Summit will pick up with lessons learned from the 2020 EMS Data Summit and focus on improving the integration of standardized emergency medical services (EMS) data with hospital electronic medical records (EMRs) and health information exchanges (HIEs).  Topics will include daily exchange of clinical data, advanced data standards, improved coordination with emerging community health delivery models, sharing of EMS data across the healthcare ecosystem, and access to pertinent medical data during disasters.