Love is one of 12 speakers today during an educational event emphasizing the future of informatics.
An attendance of 200-plus has turned out for the all-day event. Additional speakers have included DFWHC Foundation President Kristin Jenkins discussing “Value Equation for Information Exchanges: Outcomes and Analytics.” This morning’s keynote address “Community Collective Action and the Global Role of Informatics Competencies” was provided by Dr. Diane Skiba from the University of Colorado.
The goal of the conference is for attendees to learn how to engage consumers and patients in health care practices by using a community collective action approach with informatics technologies.
For additional information, please contact Dr. Mari Tietze at [email protected] or 214-636-4751.