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Photo collage of a computer keyboard, circuit board and stethoscope
December 15-19, 2008
Phoenix, Arizona
2008 Indian Health Information Management Conference Photo of downtown Phoenix  
Managing Health Information Technology to Improve Performance and Outcomes Photo of downtown Phoenix  
The IHIMC began as the IHS Technology Conference in the mid 1980s, and continues to be held on a regular basis. The IHIMC and its antecedent conferences are designed to present and demonstrate the value of Heath Information Technology tools that support health care delivery in Indian Country. IHIMC provides a forum for clinical and technical leadership to learn and understand the direction and vital role that information technology plays in the delivery and promotion of quality health care to American Indian/Alaska Native people in Federal (IHS), Tribal and Urban settings (I/T/U).
2008 IHIMC Attendees:
-- Please take 5 minutes to complete the optional general conference evaluation.
-- Download a certificate of attendance (PDF-93KB).
Green Initiative- The IHIMC Planning Committee made an effort to reduce our environmental impact on this year’s conference by not printing session handouts.

There were 58 general and breakout session presentations at the IHIM conference. As more presentations are made 508 compliant they will be listed below: