Events

OSEHRA Open Source Summit 2015

Our CXO, Bennett Lauber, will be presenting a talk at the OSEHRA 2015 Open Source Summit.

His talk will highlight the many changes in the Safety-enhanced Design portion of the new certification requirements for Meaningful Use Stage 3.

HIMSS 2015 at the McCormick Place in Chicago April 13-16

The Usability People will be attending the HIMSS 2015 Conference in Chicago, from April 13 thru the 16.

Our company is a featured vendor on the Electronic Health Reporter series on vendors who will be participating in the HIMSS15 conference and trade show.

We'd be happy to meet with you while attending HIMSS15 in Chicago and have created this online form to make an appointment with us: https://himss15.youcanbook.me/

World Usability Day is November 13, 2014

2014: The Year of Engagement

User Experience is all about engagement. Technology, products and services are usable when they engage people. At work we strive to engage with those around us—whether they’re users, colleagues, or stakeholders. It means getting people on board with an idea, earning trust, and working toward mutual goals. We all know how challenging that can be.

3rd Annual OSEHRA Conference

Our Chief Experience Officer, Bennett Lauber  presented  "EHR Usability, The future of medicine is easy to use" at the 3rd Annual OSEHR Conference on Sept 5th at 10:30 am.

23rd Annual WEDI National Conference

The Usability People spoke at the 23rd Annual WEDI National Conference

Our presentation was titled Conducting Summative Usability Evaluations for Meaningful Use Stage 2 Certification.

The date/time was Monday May 12 at 3:00pm to 4:00pm

WEDI, the leading authority on the use of Health IT to improve healthcare information exchange, hosts the Health IT Industry at the 23rd Annual WEDI National Conference to be held May 12-15, 2014, at Loews Hollywood Hotel, Hollywood, California.

HIMSS 2014

The Usability People recently attended the HIMSS conference

in Orlando Florida from February 24th to the 28th.

The following events at HIMSS are on Usability and related issues. We were there, were you?