Posts Tagged ‘healthcare informatics’

DFW Alliance to host Oct. 18 event on “Tele-psychiatry”

The DFW Alliance for Healthcare Excellence will host the educational session “Tele-psychiatry and Behavioral Health Outcomes” on Wednesday, October 18 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Brookhaven Country Club in Farmers Branch. Speakers will include Dr. Ken Hopper, a board-certified MD and psychiatrist; Dr. Mari Tietze, professor of health informatics at Texas Woman’s […]

“HICATT Live!” classes now open for registration

Classes for Health Informatics Curriculum and Training Transformation (HICATT) are now open for registration. Titled “HICATT Live!,” this free, in-person, group tutorial workshop provides a live venue to review HICATT curriculum and other activities about data analytics. The goal of the workshop is to help you retain and apply the data analytics content to your […]

Jenkins details HIEs at today’s TWU conference

DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) President Kristin Jenkins discussed “Value Equation for Information Exchanges: Outcomes and Analytics” today in Dallas during the Texas Woman’s University’s (TWU) inaugural conference “Engaged, Competent Health Care: It Takes a Community … and Informatics.” Jenkins is one of 12 speakers today during an educational event emphasizing the future of informatics. An […]

Foundation’s Jenkins to discuss analytics at TWU April 7 conference

DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation President Kristin Jenkins will discuss “Value Equation for Information Exchanges: Outcomes and Analytics” during an April 7 conference at Texas Woman’s University (TWU) in Dallas. Jenkins is one of 12 speakers during “Engaged, Competent Health Care: It Takes a Community … and Informatics,” an inaugural conference emphasizing the future of […]

Foundation interns display their studies at UNT

Interns of the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council Foundation (DFWHC Foundation) presented their research during a “poster session” at the University of North Texas (UNT) Health Science Center, April 15. The event was an opportunity for students Rajasree Sarah Das and Richa Bashyal to display their research on public health practices. For more than five years, […]