Featured speakers Greg Moody, Director of the Governor's Office of Health Transformation, Amy Rohling-McGee, President of the Health Policy Institute of Ohio (HPIO), Dan Paoletti the CEO of the Ohio Health Information Partnership (OHIP) will provide an update on the programs that OHIP is implementing with the HITECH funding and its future plans and Trudi Mathews, Director of Public Policy and Relations for HealthBridge will provide an update as well.
What does HPIO stand for?
HPIO stands for Health Policy Institute of Ohio (Columbus, OH)
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- High-Performance International Internet Services
- Halton People Into Jobs (Halton Borough Council, UK)
- High Pressure Institute of Japan
- Hewlett Packard Interface Loop
- Hastings Public Interest Law Foundation (University of California)
- Howard Public Interest Law Society (Howard University; Washington, DC)
- Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine (medical textbook)
- Hierarchical Protocol Independent Multicast
- High Pressure Injection Molding (ceramic manufacturing)
- High-Performance Immobilized Metal Affinity Chromatography
- High-Powered Illuminator Operator
- Health Practitioners' Intervention Program
- Hematopoietic PBX (Pre-B-Cell Leukemia Homeobox)-Interacting Protein (molecular oncology)
- High Performance Incentive Program (Kansas)
- High-Pressure Inspection Pump
- History, Physical, Impression, Plan (medical care)
- Himachal Pradesh Institute of Public Administration (India)
- Hungarian Prostitutes Interest Protection Association
- High-Performance Ion-Pair Chromatography
- Himachal Pradesh Irrigation and Public Health (India)
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For instance, researchers at the Health Policy Institute of Ohio project a deficit of more than 32,000 nurses in Ohio by 20201.
She is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Excellence in Public Service Award from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Senior Executive Service Meritorious Presidential Rank Award, the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary's Distinguished Service Award, the 2007 Health Policy Researcher of the Year award from the Health Policy Institute of Ohio, and most recently the 2010 Public Policy and Advocacy award from the Academic Pediatrics Association.