Healthcare Scene Meetup in Chicago

Posted on August 14, 2018 I Written By

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I’m always amazed at the power of meeting up with people in the world of Healthcare IT. It’s a surprisingly small world and it’s always great to mix and mingle with colleagues who work in the field. Often this is at big conferences, but it’s also fun to bring the community together in more informal settings near their home.

That’s why I’m excited to share that Healthcare Scene will be doing an informal meetup next week in Chicago. The meetup is happening Thursday, August 23, 2018 at Vapiano. You can find all the details and register for the event here.

One of the amazing things about the Healthcare Scene community is that we include a wide cross section of people. This is particularly true when you include the various social media communities including the #HITsm, #hcldr, and #HITMC communities as well. If you live in or near Chicago, we hope you’ll join us for a fun night of networking and connecting with those in the community.

If you can’t join us in Chicago, be sure to keep an eye on our list of Healthcare IT Conferences and Events. We’re about to update it with our Fall schedule of conferences and events. No doubt we’ll be coming to a city near you. We love meeting readers in person, so please let us know if you’ll be at an event.

What events are you planning to attend this Fall 2018 and in 2019? Are there other events we don’t have on our list that we should include? Which events do you find most valuable and why? Share with us your thoughts and perspectives in the comments or on social media with @HealthcareScene.