Each year October is used for Breast Cancer Awareness. Get involved and join the conversation. Follow #breastcancerawareness and #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth.
With partners across the U.S., National Health Information Technology Week is a virtual event with various activities in communities from Maine to California. Here are 10 ways you can celebrate NHIT Week in your hometown. Feel free to use one or more of our ideas, or come up with ideas your own.
By Adnan Mahmud – Local health officials are responsible for promoting the health of the populations they serve. However, they don’t always have access to the most effective tools for communicating about priority health issues. Obesity is one of the most critical health epidemics of our time, and health officers are working hard to address it right in the communities where they live.
Leadership style varies among executives. For HIMSS President and CEO H. Stephen Lieber, CAE, change and innovation highlight his skillful approach, and he has now been tapped to as a judge for the inaugural Heart Health Prize of $100,000.
By Susannah Fox – On June 30th, Secretary Burwell and Acting Deputy Secretary Wakefield announced the winners of this year’s HHS Innovates Awards. It was a celebration and a call to action.
Do something fun this August and register for eHealth Initiative’s 2015 iTHRIVE Innovation Challange, August 12-13 in Washington, DC. The challenge is a series of events convening people with innovative ideas, startups, and investments in health IT.
National Nurses Week always starts on May 6th and ends on Florence Nightingale’s birthday, May 12th. Following the Twitter hashtags celebrating Nurses Week.
Follow and join the conversation with #WomensCheckUpDay #CheckupDay and #WomensHealthWeek, #NWHW Led by theU.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on...
Follow and join the conversation with #NationalNursesWeek and #NursesWeek Led by the American Nursing Association, National Nurses Week is May...