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2010 Health Systems Student Symposium

DATE: Friday, April 23, 2010
TIME: 7:30am – 5pm
LOCATION: HSI Offices, 828 W. Peacthree St., NW :: Atlanta, GA 30332

Hosted by the Health Systems Institute at Georgia Tech and Emory University and sponsored by the Georgia Chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society.

Date: Friday, April 23, 2010
Time: 7:30am - 5pm
Place: HSI Offices, 828 W. Peacthree St., NW :: Atlanta, GA 30332

Please join the Health Systems Institute at Georgia Tech and Emory University for the 2010 Health Systems Student Symposium. You will have the opportunity to learn from the content of the presentations, enjoy the camaraderie of fruitful interactions and networking, and be confident in the impact of this next generation of leadership we are preparing at Georgia Tech.
This one-day symposium will consist of health systems presentations on current issues and the applications of engineering to healthcare. Graduate students in Health Systems, Industrial Engineering and Computing will present their work and the top papers will have poster presentations.

This one-day symposium will consist of health systems presentations on current issues and the applications of engineering to healthcare. Graduate students in Health Systems, Industrial Engineering and Computing will present their work and the top papers will have poster presentations.


Keynote Presentations

Leading with Quality
Mitchel Galloway, BSHS, MBA
Chief Executive Officer
Galloway Consulting, LLC

Technology, Innovation and Quality of Life
Sundaresan Javaraman, Ph.D.
Professor of Management & Polymer, Textile, and Fiber Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology

Student Presentations

Each graduate student has been working with an industry expert and mentor in producing and presenting his or her work. Topics include:

- Evidence-Based Design of Behavioral Health in the Military Health System
- LSU Academic Medical Center: Evidence-Based Design challenges and achievements
- Industry perception and adoption of alternative green resilient flooring materials
- Evidence Based Design for Executives and Clinicians
- Identifying Optimal Hospital Bed Size and Infrastructure

 

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