Lyniate Team

‘Getting Connected’ at Corepoint Connect 13

October 11, 2013

It has been one week since our user group conference, Corepoint Connect 13, was held in the Dallas area and we’re still sorting through the great feedback we overheard during the roundtable discussions at the end of day two of the conference.

For those unable to attend: we set up a voting board in Club Connect, our info/lounge area adjacent to the meeting rooms. For the first two days of the conference, attendees nominated and then voted for various health IT topics. The topics that received the most votes (shown above in the image) were then discussed in a roundtable format. This breakout-type of session was beneficial in several ways, namely it allowed users from similar work background to discuss some of the challenges and innovative solutions they are creating in their data workflows using Corepoint Integration Engine.

The benefit we, as a company, received from the discussions is that we got additional insight into what common interoperabilty solutions are needed within each topic-—something I will explore in future blog posts.

On that note, we look forward to seeing photos of conference attendees in our Get Connected shirts that were distributed at the conference. You can send them to us on our Facebook page, on Twitter using hashtag #GetConnected or, simply, by emailing your photos to me directly: chad.johnson@corepointhealth.com.

Here’s our Get Connected T on our top-notch marketing intern, Shane:

 

 

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