Events

Healthcare Events bring people together for a common purpose. By bringing the group together to one central location is a means to communicate a message to a large number of people. Healthcare Events just like all events, leave behind a legacy that I think includes:

  1. providing promotional opportunities for sponsors thus creating and building new partnerships as well as securing and developing lasting business relationships
  2. keeping event participants informed of new developments in healthcare
  3. increase in employee motivation and raising performance standards among event participants
  4. turning event participants as potential customers
  5. engagement with the local and international healthcare industry community

Here is a selected list of healthcare events in 2018 which is no doubt not exhaustive but which will be updated periodically with new healthcare events.

Start DateEventWhenWhereEvent Website
The 2018 HIMSS Annual Conference & ExhibitionMarch 5 - 9, 2018The Venetian - Palazzo Sands Expo Center,
Las Vegas, NV, USA
http://www.himssconference.org/
The Association Of Private Hospitals Malaysia (APHM) International Healthcare Conference and ExhibitionJuly 31 - August 02, 2018Kuala Lumpur Covention Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysiahttp://aphmconferences.org/
The International Forum on Quality and Safety in HealthcareSeptember 10 - 12, 2018Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
1 Convention Centre Pl,
South Wharf, Melbourne Victoria,
Australia
http://internationalforum.bmj.com/melbourne/
The Canadian Health Information Management Association 2018 ConferenceSeptember 16 - 18, 2018Hilton Fallsview Casino Resort, Niagara Falls, ON Canadahttp://chima-conference.com/
90th AHIMA (The American Health Information Management Association) Convention and ExhibitSeptember 22 - 27, 2018Miami Beach Convention Center, 123 South Street, Miami, FL, USAhttp://www.ahima.org/convention

Recent Posts

ICD-11 2018 version: Part 2 – The ICD-11 Menu Hierarchy

The ICD-11 Homepage at https://icd.who.int/ (opens in a new tab of this same open window) of the World Health Organisation (WHO) website is a specific point in time when you “Discover” the ICD-11 interface to then “Explore” to both the whole time you are looking for something about ICD-11 and the time you discovered something about ICD-11.

From this Homepage, the reader discovers a top-level menu that brings you to various “places” within the ICD-11 Homepage. Below is a chart (you can view a larger image of this chart by clicking on this chart which will open in a new tab of this same open window) from my discovery of these various “places” and what I found from my exploration.  This chart shows the ICD-11 Menu Hierarchy as I had discovered and explored. In future posts, I shall write more on each individual menu item.

  1. ICD-11 2018 version: Part 1 – The Launch Leave a reply
  2. Reasons I should continue blogging and updating mrpalsmy.com in 2018 Leave a reply
  3. Organising a World of HIM 1 Reply
  4. Mortality Disease Coding in Malaysia, Part 1 Leave a reply