October 30, 2014

Media Contact:

Lisa Doerner



Healthcare Reform Implications 

for Local Health Technology

ROCHESTER, N.Y. - On November 13, Digital Rochester will host a panel of Rochester healthcare professionals who will discuss the impending changes for healthcare on the health information technology community. A major topic of discussion is how to prepare a health organization for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) changes coming in 2015 and beyond, as well as healthcare reform in general. Panelists will also share their perspective and experiences related to  past changes in healthcare and how IT was affected.



  • Nancy Adams, Executive Director, Monroe County Medical Society
  • Sue Bourne, VP of Quality and Innovation, HCR Home Care
  • Dan Katz, President & CEO, Jewish Senior Life
  • Ted Kremer, Executive Director, Rochester RHIO
  • David Moufarrege, CIO, St. Ann's Community
  • Gary Scialdone, Project Director, URMC

What does Healthcare Reform mean for Health IT? will take place on November 13 at 7:30 a.m. at 145 Kilbourn Road in Rochester. Tickets are $20 for Digital Rochester supporting members, $25 for nonmembers. A short question and answer session will follow the panel discussion. Registration is available online at


The eventis sponsored by Just Solutions and Innovative Solutions. Innovative Solutions moves people and business forward. Just Solutions' experience and expertise for business critical processes such as Disaster Recovery Planning & Deployment and HIPAA Compliance allows customers to focus on your business growth, not IT challenges.



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