Sponsors

Take advantage of sponsorships to keep your organization's name, products and services in front of the people who need the solutions you offer. Build your brand with exclusive sponsorships that give you maximum visibility.

Click here for sponsorship opportunities.

Do you have tailored/custom sponsorships needs or special service request? Let SHS tailor a sponsorship that specifically targets your organizations needs and objectives. Need a meeting room while at the conference? Inquire for details on securing a meeting room with your sponsorship! (Limited availability.)

Questions? Please contact:
Doug Long at (770) 349-1109, e-mail dlong@iienet.org, or
Leigh Anne Stroud at (770) 449-0461, ext. 106, email lstroud@iienet.org.
Note: Sponsorship signage is included at all sponsored venues and in conference promotional material.

We'd like to thank our 2014 conference co-sponsors listed below:

Co-sponsors

Mayo Clinic 

Mayo Clinic Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery (CSHCD) expands Mayo’s extensive efforts in health care delivery research, systems engineering, and value, quality and policy analysis. CSHCD brings together leading physicians, researchers, systems engineers, social scientists and other experts, all with a single mission: to help find innovative ways to improve health care.

 MicroAutomation 

MicroAutomation is a full service Consulting and Professional Services organization focused on contact center automation and improvement. With proven experience across most product manufacturers and platforms, MicroAutomation is able to work in any environment to deliver true ROI through impactful solutions.

 Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute   

Northeastern University’s Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute (HSyE) is proud to be a continuing sponsor of the Society for Health Systems. Our program has focused for more than 30 years on improving healthcare efficiency, quality, logistics, safety, flow, effectiveness, and access. We have a simple mission: To broadly impact healthcare improvement through education, research, and application in systems engineering methods. We accomplish this mission through our HSyE undergraduate and graduate academic programs, national experiential coop education and summer internship programs, three federally-awarded healthcare IE centers, competitive scholarships, and strategic partnerships. We rely on deep industry-university partnerships to advance the shared missions of healthcare improvement and workforce development. www.hsye.org 

 

 NC State University ISE 

For over 78 years, we’ve kept our eye on one thing: TOMORROW. Though we’re one of the nation’s top academic programs in industrial and systems engineering, we’re aiming higher. That’s because the next advancement is always out there, awaiting our discovery. We seek to lead the profession by providing tomorrow’s leaders. That’s why we’re continuously adding to the breadth of our program through endowed professorships, doctoral fellowships, international programs, interdisciplinary collaboration and innovative scholarships. Not only are we developing revolutionary ideas in traditional areas, we are pioneering breakthroughs in new ones such as Health Systems Engineering. So come to BOOTH 100 to see how we are affecting change for the country and the world. www.ise.ncsu.edu 

 

 

Society for Health Systems 

The Society for Health Systems is a professional association that focuses on the needs and resources of health systems professionals and leaders who are charged with improving healthcare processes. SHS offers the latest in process analytics, tools, techniques and methodologies for performance improvement.

HiMSS 

The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) is the healthcare industry’s membership organization exclusively focused on providing global leadership for the optimal use of healthcare information technology (IT) and management systems for the betterment of healthcare. Founded in 1961 with offices in Chicago, Washington D.C., Brussels, Singapore, and other locations across the United States, HIMSS represents more than 23,000 individual members and over 380 corporate members that collectively represent organizations employing millions of people. HIMSS frames and leads healthcare public policy and industry practices through its advocacy, educational and professional development initiatives designed to promote information and management systems’ contributions to ensuring quality patient care.

 Parallon 

Parallon is a leading provider of healthcare business and operational services. Parallon partners with hospitals, healthcare systems and non-acute care providers to improve their business performance through our deep knowledge and proven practices in revenue cycle; technology; workforce management; consulting; and group purchasing and supply chain via HealthTrust.

 




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