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The Houston Hi-Tech Events Calendar contains information on numerous Houston IT professional groups with detailed event schedules, upcoming meetings, and continuing education seminars. JDA is committed to helping IT professionals achieve their ultimate career goals, and we are equally dedicated to educating and informing IT professionals about the opportunities within the Houston IT market.

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January 19, 2020 - January 25, 2020 Next Week
Jan 19 Sunday
  No events scheduled.
Jan 20 Monday
  No events scheduled.
Jan 21 Tuesday
 

5:00pm - 7:00pm
Event:
Houston AITP
Program: Monthly Meeting
Location: TBD
 

6:00pm - 7:00pm
Event:
Houston PMI The Woodlands
Program: "Speaking The Unspeakable: How To Have Difficult Conversations"
  • Kim Sawyer, theWealthSource

    Information and Registration

    How do most people in business handle having difficult communications in the workplace?? Simple!! Most of the time, most of them just DONíT !!!!

    When you have unresolved or uncommunicated that would best be spoken to someone you work with Ė for the benefit of you, them, and your company; there is a valuable communications process to apply called a Clearing. It utilizes a powerful tool named 5-Step Communication.

    By means of this recipe, you can effectively and constructively get your message out and cleared away in a clean, direct, complete, structured conversation.

    By applying a Clearing and 5-Step Communication, you:  
  • Handle whatever is inside you that is an obstacle to a solid open working relationship, and reduce everyoneís stress level !!!
  • Give and receive difficult, yet valuable feedback in a way that can be heard, understood, and accepted without defensiveness
  • Facilitate the creative, collaborative resolution of conflicts (your own and othersí), and leverage the profitability of diversity !!!
  • Take a strong stand on a boundary or principle in a way that wins admiration, rather than incites hostility and reprisals

    In this talk, we will explore the general philosophy and approach; as well as equip you to walk away with a powerful, practical tool you may start using at work tomorrow.
  • Location: Sam Houston State University Center
    3380 College Park Drive, Room 110
    The Woodlands, TX 7738
    Jan 22 Wednesday
     

    7:15am - 8:30am
    Event:
    Houston Business Crossroads
    Program: Weekly Meeting
    Location: TBD
     

    11:00am - 1:00pm
    Event:
    Association of Record Managers and Administrators
    Program: Trusting the Process - the life of a Major League Baseball reporter and how Julia Morales landed baseballís best gig
  • Julia Morales, Astros Field Reporter for AT&T SportsNet

    Information and Registration

    Many of us have been inspired by the Houston Astros Baseball Club which has become one of the best in the last ten years. Join ARMA Houston to kick off the year 2020  with inspiring stories from Julia Morales. She will talk about working with the hometeam, what it's like to work in the baseball industry, and how building relationships and learning new skills helped her succeed.
  • Location: Hess Club and Newfield Exploration(remote)
    5430 Westheimer Way
    Houston, Texas  77056
    United States
     

    2:30pm - 4:30pm
    Event:
    HDI Houston
    Program:  
    Location: HISD Administration Building
    4400 West 18th Street
    Houston, TX 77081
     

    6:00pm - 9:00pm
    Event:
    Houston Linux Users Group
    Program: Weekly Meeting
    Location: cPanel
    2550 N Loop W #4006
    Houston, TX 77092
    Jan 23 Thursday
     

    5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Event:
    HIMSS
    Program: Houston Women in Health IT Panel Discussion

    Information and Registration

    We welcome our four distinguished panelists from the Houston community, who will be discussing their experiences in the Health IT industry:
  • Carla Giannoni, MD, CMIO Texas Children's Hospital
  • Amanda Hammel, CIO, Memorial Hermann
  • Angela Ross, DNP, Assistant Professor, UT Health School of Biomedical Informatics
  • Gopi Wadhwa, Director Project Business Technology, Harris County Public Health

    At the end of this panel discussion, the attendee will be able to:
  • Evaluate the role Health IT has played in their own career path
  • Recognize and understand how to navigate the unique challenges faced by women in Health IT
  • Implement strategies to help develop the next generation of women leaders in Health IT
  • Discuss advice for young or early careerists who want to advance in Health IT
  • Describe how to access the Women in Health IT community via the HIMSS website
  • Location: UT Health School of Biomedical Informatics
    7000 Fannin, 6th floor
    Houston, TX, 77030
    Jan 24 Friday (Today)
     

    11:30am - 1:30pm
    Event:
    HIMSS
    Program: How EHRs and Malpractice Affect IT Staff

    Information and Registration

    Moderator: Henry W. (Hank) Jones, III (HIT attorney/consultant, author of chapter in recent HIMSS / Amer. Med. Informatics Assín. book re. lessons from HIT failures)

    Panelists:
  • Mark R. Andersen, LFHIMSS, CPHIMS, President of Houston Chapter of HIMSS, former CIO with 5 IDNís and has worked on 42 different legal cases as an Expert Witness in the past 7 years
  • Tim Riley, Esq, Civil trial Lawyer with over 30 years of experience, Board-Certified in Civil Trial Law and Personal Injury Trial Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Former Adjunct Professor of Law, Licensed in Texas and Washington, numerous publications and published cases
  • Robert Morton, Regional Patient Safety & Risk Management executive for The Physicians Company (nationís largest doctorsí medical malpractice insurer, that conducted analysis of 20,000 claims to identify and analyze EHR impacts

    This session will explore how EHRs have affected how medical malpractice cases are handled and the effect throughout the IT department.  When a malpractice case is filed, the hospital must provide detailed information regarding details of the patient treatment at the hospital and every encounter during a specific time frame.  This includes detailed EHR audit trails, copies of the patientís complete medical records, written policies and procedures, nursing and medical guidelines, and any written documentation that might be on paper regarding the patient.  For most IT departments, we are required to provide a copy of the patientís EHR audit trail Ė but itís not that simple.  Plaintiff attorneys have learned to ask for numerous documents, reports, and written policies and the IT department must understand what they are asking for and what to provide the attorneys.

    Learning objectives:
  • Learn about the recent-past and predicted effects of EHRs on malpractice prevention and defense
  • How can and does the EHR help in delivering good care? What gaps have vendors not disclosed?
  • Examples of legal cases and what was the IT department asked to investigate
  • Location: Texas Woman's University - Houston
    Room 1120 - First floor lobby area
    6700 Fannin Street.
    Houston, TX 77030
    Jan 25 Saturday
      No events scheduled.
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