GOSCON is pleased to announce the availablility of educational credits for Health IT professionals.


This conference has been approved by HIMSS for up to 4.5 contact hours of continuing education credit towards renewal of the CPHIMS credential.

Sessions approved for credit include:

Explore and discuss the trends, issues, and key developments that are happening at the macro level and which will have an impact on how public health agencies consider the business and IT models that support health and human services... The state of Utah and Collaborative Software Initiative (CSI) created a partnership to develop TriSano, an open source citizen-focused disease surveillance application, which is PHIN-compliant and National Electronic Disease Surveillance System-(NEDSS) compatible... Health Atlas Ireland, a project from the Health Service Executive in Ireland (HSE), has been developed to bring health-related datasets, statistical tools and GIS together in a Web environment to add value to existing health data...

The session will be structured as a path from the starting point of   the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) multi-state collaborative functional requirements gathering prior to an RFP to the   feasibility study phase we’re in now with the OpenELIS LIMS application developed in Minnesota and Iowa...

For more information on the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and their CPHIMS program please visit their web site.