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Second Annual Medical Informatics World Sparked Compelling Discussion and Connections between Key Stakeholders in Healthcare, Biomedical Research and IT

Medical Informatics World 2014 brought together more than 400 health informatics leaders to share research advances, information trends and opportunities for evolving healthcare through data collaboration, security and patient engagement. The event team would like to thank the speaking faculty, attendees, sponsors, exhibitors and media who helped make the second annual event such a success!

Next Event to Take Place May 4-5, 2015 at the Renaissance Waterfront Hotel, Boston

The team will soon begin working on the 2015 program with expanded coverage expected.  Send your topic suggestions and speaker referrals to Micah Lieberman, Executive Conference Director at

Sponsorship or exhibit packages are available for 2015.  Receive priority placement when you secure your place early. Contact Katelin Fitzgerald (companies A-K) at or Elizabeth Lemelin (companies L-Z) at

2014 Concurrent Tracks


2014 Dinner Workshop

Advancing the Use of EHR/EMR for Clinical Research and Drug Development  

About the Conference

Cambridge Healthtech Institute and Bio-IT World’s Second Annual Medical Informatics World built upon a successful inaugural event by delivering timely programming focused on the cross-industry connections and innovative solutions needed to take biomedical research and healthcare delivery to the next level.

The 2014 meeting brought together more than 400 senior level executives and industry leaders from each side of the discussion - providers, payers and pharma - in the fields of healthcare, biomedical sciences, health informatics, and IT. Over two days of insightful discussions and engaging presentations, leading experts shared emerging trends and solutions in population health management, payer-provider-pharma data collaborations, optimizing patient care and engagement, leveraging mobile technologies, sustaining innovation within the rapidly changing care delivery models, enhancing clinical decision support, controlling costs and improving quality, and maintaining security-privacy in healthcare. Led by key decision makers and senior executives at the forefront of healthcare information technology, the conference is a must-attend for all involved in this evolving industry.

Co-located with CHI's flagship Bio-IT World Expo, a premier event showcasing the myriad applications of IT and informatics to the life sciences enterprise, Medical Informatics World completes the week of scientific content by bridging the healthcare and life science worlds. As Bio-IT World Expo attracts more than 3,000 delegates from dozens of countries as well as more than 140 exhibiting companies, networking opportunities abound at the two events.

2014 Highlights

2014 Recap

RecapStories and Highlights from Medical Informatics World 2014  

Video Spotlights

Video Spotlights2014 Medical Informatics World Faculty on Deploying IT within the Future State of Care   

Video SpotlightsJacob Reider with an Update on Health Delivery Reform and the Future of Health IT  

Video SpotlightsSachin Jain Presents How Health IT Will Enable Pharma to Improve Patient Care 

Video SpotlightsMark Davies of the NHS Highlights the Radical Shifts in the English NHS 

Video SpotlightsJohn Halamka Discusses Healthcare IT for Connecting Patients, Providers, Payers  

2014 Keynotes

John Halamka 

John Halamka, M.D., MS, CIO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Bryan Sivak 

Bryan Sivak, CTO & EIR, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Adam Landman 

Adam Landman, M.D., MS, MIS, MHS, Chief Medical Information Officer, Health Information Innovation and Integration, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Eric Goralnick 

Eric Goralnick, M.D., Medical Director, Emergency Preparedness, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Mark Davies 

Mark Davies, M.D., Health Information Consultant, National Health Service

Jain Sachin 

Sachin Jain, M.D., MBA, Vice President and Chief Medical Information & Innovation Officer, Merck & Co.

Jacob Reider 

Jacob Reider, M.D., Acting Principle Deputy National Coordinator, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services