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- Submitted abstracts undergo a review by peer reviewers based on scientific merit and originality and/or an explicit relation to practical application.
- While abstracts may be submitted as oral and unmoderated poster presentation types, the Scientific Committee reserves the right to assign final presentation type in the best interest of the program.
- Authors are encouraged to submit only one abstract as presenting author.
- The work covered by the abstract must not have been published as a manuscript before May 15, 2013.
- Abstracts must be written and presented in English.
- The abstract deadline is September 28, 2012. Notifications of acceptance will be sent by November 30, 2012. Scheduling details will be communicated at the same time.
- Abstract presenters wishing to benefit from the early-bird registration fee must register by February 28, 2013. Abstract presenters who did not register and pay their fees by February 28, 2013 will be removed from the program.
- CLICK HERE for Sample Abstract.
- The size of the abstract is limited to 3,000 characters including spaces (corresponds to approx. 400 words).
- References count extra in extra field; maximum of 3 references.
- The title should clearly define the topic and contain no abbreviations. There is a character limit of 200 characters.
- Take care to list ALL authors in the relevant section of the submission site. Spell out completely the names of all authors using full first and last names. Maintain consistency in author names on multiple abstracts to avoid duplication in the Author Index.
- In all printed publications the presenting author will be underlined. If there is a perceived conflict of interest (COI), the abstract submitter must indicate this COI.
- The body must contain 4 separate paragraphs: a) Introduction and Objectives; b) Methods; c) Results; and d) Conclusions. The abstract should be informative and detailed.
- It is NOT acceptable to state that "The results will be discussed." Inclusion of specific data is necessary for reviewers.
- Indicate the major new findings of the study.
- Standard abbreviations may be used as follows: on first use, spell out the full term and follow with abbreviation in parentheses.
- Use generic names of drugs, if applicable.
- Conflict of Interest and Disclosure Statement: ALL authors must disclose conflicts of interest. The electronic submission process will not allow abstracts to be submitted without this information being completed for each author.
- Authors must select an abstract topic (only one) from the provided topic list.
|Category: Electronic Health Information/Record|
|Telemedicine, Mobile Computing, eHealth|
|Implementation / Adoption of Electronic Health Record|
|Category: Emerging Roles and HIM Workforce Transformation|
|Health Information Analysis|
|Decision Support, Clinical and Administrative|
|Identity Management, Risk Management, Quality Assurance|
|Workforce Transformation Other|
|Category: Data Quality|
|Category: Privacy, Confidentiality and Access|
|Medical Identity Theft|
|Health Information Privacy including Data Integrity|
|Category: Developing Countries Challenges, Achievements and Opportunities|
|Abstract Submission Timeframes|
|September 28, 2012||Abstract submission deadline|
|November 30, 2012||Notification of acceptance|
|December 15, 2012||Confirmation of acceptance|
|February 28, 2013||Early-bird registration deadline|
|April 30, 2013||Registration regular rate deadline
(failure to register abstract will be removed from program)