The 2013 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit, May 21-22 in Baltimore, presents an opportunity to get updated with health information technology issues and lessons that the nation’s state governments are grappling with.

Conference firm Healthcare IT Connect sponsors the show along with the National Association of State CIOs, hoping to attract state officials responsible for Medicaid and health insurance exchanges, as well as commercial insurers, health information exchanges and I.T. vendors.

Among other topics, sessions will cover I.T. considerations with the three types of insurance exchanges being built, using data to engage consumers in Medicaid programs, integrating eligibility and enrollment systems, using identity analytics to fight fraud, and states’ participation in new care delivery models. More information is available here.

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