Computer Task Group is a Proud Partner in National Health IT Week

This October, CTG — as a partner in the advancement of health information technology to help improve healthcare —is a Proud Partner in National Health IT Week.  National Health IT Week is an awareness week offering all healthcare stakeholders an opportunity to unite in expressing the benefits that health information technology (IT) brings to U.S. healthcare. “The Value of Health IT.”

Initiated in 2006 by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), National Health IT Week has emerged as a landmark occasion for using health IT as part of the overall solution to improve America’s healthcare.

The Week consists of events across the country, including National Health IT Week participants —vendors, provider organizations, payers, pharmaceutical/biotech companies, government agencies, industry/professional associations, research foundations, and consumer protection groups— all working together to elevate national attention to the advantages of advancing health IT.

To learn more about National Health IT Week, visit healthitweek.org.

 

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