Tuesday, August 17, 2010

HealthCare Information Management Outsourcing Services 2010

In the past few years, the health care information management and outsourcing industry broke through the market and now commands a high-value, world class playing field.

With this trend in mind, the Healthcare Information Management Outsourcing Association of the Phillippines (HIMOAP)(formerly known as Medical Transcription Industry Association of the Philippines, Inc.), together with DL Media Focus International Inc. organized HealthCare Information Management Outsourcing Services 2010 held last Aug. 10 at the Crowne Plaza Galleria.

Centered on the theme “Bringing the Philippine Workforce to the 21st Century,” the conference gathered healthcare information companies, hospital IT administrators, medical and IT professionals, entrepreneurs and business owners, educators, health maintenance groups, and medical transcription companies to learn about the healthcare information business and its various opportunities, the latest information management systems, skill and industry requirements, and the most current network trends and global perspectives in the industry.

Some of the topics discussed were the market trends and service opportunities in the Philippines, IT systems and protected health information, the value of health informatics, the international classification of diseases and current procedural technology codes in healthcare information management, and career development opportunities in the industry.

HealthCare Information Management Outsourcing Services 2010 was held in cooperation with the Business Processing Association of the Philippines, the Congressional Commission on Science and Technology, and Tholons Advisory, Investments, and Research, co-presented by PLDT Business Solutions, and supported by Bayan Telecommunications. The Philippine Star served as the event’s media partner.

For more information, please visit www.mtiapi.com or www.himoap.com, or contact DL Media Focus International Inc. at telephone numbers (632) 889-7763, 856-4954, 844-8341, or telefax number 886-4407.


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