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Information Technology Conference Offers Essential Tools to Improve Quality of Treatment, Prevent Cyberattacks, and Address the Opioid Crisis and Workplace Violence

NJAMHAA’s Information Technology (IT) Project will host its annual conference, Get Smart - Be In CONTROL and Combat KAOS, on May 29, 2019 at the Pines Manor, 2085 State Route 27, Edison, NJ. This event is sponsored by Chorus Communications, NetCarrier and ZOG, Inc.

This conference is for ALL staff, not just IT professionals.

Agenda Highlights:
* Keynote presentation, Interoperability, Opportunity, and the Future of Healthcare Technology, by Van Ly, Senior Director, Business Development, New Jersey Innovation Institute
* Plenary presentation, Use Cases: Blockchain Technology in Combating the Opioid Crisis and Mental Health Disorders, by Ed Bukstel, Founder & CEO, Clinical Blockchain
* Workshop on Using IT to Enhance Quality of Care: Defining Clinical Excellence in SUD Treatment Using Technology
* Cybersecurity Workshops: It’s Not Just IT: Why Cybersecurity and Risk Management Needs a Multi-Disciplinary Approach; The Promise of Cyber Artificial Intelligence: Powering a Cyber Immune System; Cybersecurity and the Threat Landscape; Cyber-Threat Management: Evolving Compliance & Regulations — Are You Prepared?; Cyberattacks and the Impact of Regulatory Developments
* Human Resources (HR) Workshops: Diversity in the Workplace; Workplace Violence and Active Assailant Readiness – Leading from the Front before a Tragedy; HR Compliance in 2019 – What You Need to Know

Click here for more details and to register.

 

    

 

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For a listing of NJAMHAA events, please visit njamhaa.org/events.

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