There were many great events, networking and educational opportunities over the course of 2018, including a number of opportunities to recognize those members of the Federal Health community who are driving change, pushing the boundaries of innovation, and achieving excellence.

Here is a look back at the FedHealthIT events for 2018, as well as a few others we took note of.

Artificial Intelligence, Robotics & Beyond panel discussion with AHRQ, FDA, VA and DoD

FedHealthIT and Pegasystems brought together senior executives from across the Federal Health IT community for a breakfast discussion about how robotic automation and artificial intelligence (AI) will play a role in Federal Health IT modernization. This article provides a recap of the panel discussion.

2018 FedHealthIT Innovation Awards and Networking Event

The 2018 FedHealthIT Innovation Awards and Networking Event at the National Press Club, more than 300 senior Federal Health IT executives from Industry and Government came together to recognize and honor Federal Health innovation, technology and consulting sector programs nominated and selected by their peers for DRIVING INNOVATION and RESULTS across the Department of Veterans Affairs, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Military Health, the Department of Health and Human Services.

The media gallery from the event is available here.

The list of winners is available here.

The Hybrid Cloud Journey – Understanding the Way Forward

Following up on a Hybrid Cloud event, sponsored by Red Hat, FedHealthIT’s Executive Vice President, Susan Sharer had the opportunity to speak with Atif Chaughtai, Chief Technologist of NA Healthcare at Red Hat, reflecting back on some of the key takeaways from the event.

Leading for Impact in Federal Technology & Consulting Event 

The Leading for Impact in Federal Technology & Consulting Event at the Women’s Memorial in Arlington, we recognized women, nominated by their peers, for guiding, mentoring, and driving the industry through their impactful leadership; driving technology and business transformation and modernization; and/or leading and embracing the change management required to initiate the next positive disruption that will truly change how Federal agencies support their mission.

The media gallery from the event is available here.

The list of award winners is available here.

2019 FedHealthIT100 Awards

The 2019 FedHealthIT100 Awards, senior Healthcare executives from across the Federal Government and industry came together to focus on The Year Ahead and the initiatives and programs that will be driving Federal Health IT in 2019. Together we recognized, honored and celebrated individuals that are making an Impact, that go Above and Beyond, Drive Innovation, Challenge Conventional Wisdom, Drive Positive Outcomes and Give Back to the Larger Community.

The media gallery from the event is available here.

The list of award winners is available here.

Hidden Heroes Among Us: Enhancing Support for the Military and Veteran Caregiver Journey

Vice President Mike Pence joined Senator Elizabeth Dole, Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie and Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar to call for greater awareness and support of those caring for wounded, ill or injured service members and veterans. Read more here.

9th Annual Cognosante Charity Golf Tournament, supporting Final Salute Inc.

The 9th Annual Cognosante Charity Golf Tournament, supported Final Salute Inc., an organization founded in 2010 by a woman Veteran and cancer survivor who became aware of the large number of homeless women Veterans in the United States. Read more here.

4th Annual Happy Hour with a Cause a Resounding Success!

The 4th annual Happy Hour with a Cause was record setting with more than 300 registered and in attendance. Together, we raised $14,000 for Fisher House, which provides free or low-cost lodging to Veterans and military families receiving treatment at military medical centers. Read more here.

 

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