2013 WHITE

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The Fourth Annual Workshop on Health IT and Economics (WHITE 2013)

WHITE is an annual summit designed to deliver the latest research, inspire innovation, and accelerate healthcare transformation at the intersection of health information technology and economics. WHITE cultivates a multidisciplinary research community by stimulating new ideas with both policy and business implications and engaging with multiple health ecosystem stakeholders.

Presented by the Center for Health Information and Decision Systems (CHIDS) at the Robert H. Smith School of Business and supported by the United States Agency for Health Research and Quality (AHRQ) and our sponsors, each year WHITE has convened nearly 100 participants from more than 40 institutes.

HIGHLIGHTS: 
WHITE 2013 Speakers Cover Gains in Patient Engagement, Operational Efficiency | Photo Gallery

CHIDS WHITE Program - 2013Presenting Organizations

2012 Program | 2011 Program | Photos from WHITE 2012

Five reasons to attend WHITE 2013:

  1. Learn about cutting-edge research on health IT and economics
  2. Network with leading researchers that share your interests
  3. Hear the voice of influential policy makers and practitioners
  4. Inspire new ideas, perspectives and research opportunities
  5. Be a part of healthcare transformation

Program Chair

Ritu AgarwalRitu Agarwal
Robert H. Smith
School of Business
University of Maryland

Program Co-Chairs

Gordon GaoGuodong (Gordon) Gao
Robert H. Smith
School of Business
University of Maryland

Jeffrey McCulloughJeffrey S. McCullough
University of Minnesota
School of Public Health

 

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