The push for healthcare equity, escalating cyberattacks on the supply chain and critical infrastructure, and move to leverage data as a strategic asset across government have all had an impact on health IT transformation initiatives, as federal agencies work on COVID response and recovery efforts. Over the past year, federal health
IT leaders have focused on data, security, emerging technologies and human-centered design as
top priorities.

Many chief information officers at federal health agencies say they are not going back to the status quo before the pandemic and are looking at accelerating their IT investments. As a result, AFCEA Bethesda’s 14th Annual Health IT Summit, Health IT Advancing the Mission,
will focus on how agencies can continue to accelerate digital transformation and innovation while keeping medical information and critical networks secure
from cyberattacks.

The virtual event has been reimagined as a series of agency-focused events, bringing together leading executive and technology professionals from HHS, DHA, CDC, FDA, NIH, and HRSA, among others, who will discuss a range of issues, including implementing the President’s Management Agenda, technology modernization and health equity, health IT interoperability, the future Military Health System, emerging technology, and more.

Join us each Tuesday and Thursday from February 1st to 15th for the Health IT Advancing the Mission program, for cutting-edge information about today’s digital health IT innovations. AFCEA Bethesda welcomes you to log on and join the discussion on the most important healthcare IT challenges facing government and industry at our
2022 Health IT | Advancing the Mission!