Hospital and Industry Health Executives to Discuss Integration Challenges Facing the Healthcare Industry and Share Customer Success Stories and Best Practices
Toronto, July 15, 2013 – iNTERFACEWARE®, a software provider committed to simplifying healthcare integration, today announced the inaugural IGUANA® User Conference , featuring customer success stories and strategic discussions on healthcare integration. The conference, which will be held from Sept. 19-20 in Toronto, Canada, will include panel discussions on hot topics in the healthcare industry.
Participants will have an opportunity to deepen their practical knowledge of iNTERFACEWARE’s integration engine, IGUANA. In addition to providing best practices, attendees will be able to gain insights into iNTERFACEWARE’s future direction. Sessions will address emerging healthcare standards, integrating in the cloud and interface engine conversion. Speakers include Jim Boyer, CIO, Rush Memorial Hospital; Kaj Pedersen, CTO, PharmacyOne Source; and Radall Baldie, delivery manager, and Laurie Johnson, senior consultant, Xerox Consultant, Inc.
“The healthcare industry is undergoing a major transformation with new and emerging standards and regulations arising,” said Pedersen. “We look forward to the opportunity to discuss critical integration challenges with our peers in a collaborative environment.”
“The increased adoption of cloud computing, mobile technology and electronic medical records is creating unique integration challenges for healthcare organizations,” said Eliot Muir, CEO, iNTERFACEWARE. “The ability to integrate disparate systems as well as new and emerging technologies is critical in the rapidly evolving healthcare environment. Through informative sessions and an open dialogue with our customers at our first annual user conference, we hope to arm organizations with the resources they need to meet these challenges.”
“Working with iNTERFACEWARE, we’re able to help our customers transition to becoming paperless organizations without the daunting task of undertaking a large EMR deployment,” said Dominic Green, integration manager, Slainte Healthcare. “We’re excited to share our experience with other customers and look forward to the opportunity to learn more about other exciting integration projects.”
More information about the IGUANA User Conference is available at: http://www.interfaceware.com/conference.html. To follow the conversation on Twitter, use the #IGUANACon hashtag.
iNTERFACEWARE® simplifies the exchange of electronic healthcare data among disparate systems with its integration engine, IGUANA®. Hospitals and healthcare organizations are able to seamlessly transfer electronic information without the need to replace existing systems, thereby improving patient care while reducing costs. For additional information, visit www.iNTERFACEWARE.com.
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Mike St. Jacques
Director, Marketing and Communications