MedBiquitous 2021 - Sept. 20-21, 2021
The MedBiquitous Annual Conference returns in 2021 and is all virtual. Add to your calendar now.
MedBiquitous 2021 is a two-day conference for health professions educators and technology innovators. The meeting provides an opportunity to network with colleagues from around the world and examine how data standards and digital technologies can promote continuous improvement and better outcomes across the continuum of health professions education.
MedBiquitous, the data standards program of the AAMC, establishes a common language understood by both people and machines that enables data and resource-sharing across organizations in health professions education and credentialing. This common language creates an infrastructure that supports education administration, quality improvement, research, and lifelong learning.
This comprehensive and engaging program offers general sessions workshops, digital demonstrations, poster presentations, and a robust discussion of hot topics about how to use data to drive improvement for the health professions.
Session Highlights include:
• Virtual patients and other healthcare simulation modalities
• The future of digital credentials in the health professions
• Methods for managing large volumes of learner data
• Approaches to developing competency frameworks that can be used across multiple systems
• And more!!!
Who Can Attend?
This conference is open to all who have an interest in health professions education and credentialing, with a particular interest in the data standards and other technologies that enable interoperability and data sharing.
Who Should Attend?
• Health professions educators and administrators who care about their data such as registrars, curriculum deans, assessment directors, continuing education administrators, researchers
• Health professions organizations such as health professions schools (allopathic and osteopathic medicine, nursing, dental, physician assistants, veterinary medicine, etc.), trade associations, foundations, regulatory agencies, specialty boards and societies
• Government agencies that deal with education or healthcare workforce data
• Health professions education content developers
• Health professions education or higher education technology (software and platform) developers
• Simulation technology companies
• Healthcare and health professions education consulting firms
• Hospitals and healthcare systems
• Pharmaceutical and medical device companies
• Network with international colleagues across the health professions
• Problem-solve with your peers and colleagues on data and technology issues facing your institution
• Discuss innovative uses of technology in education and credentialing
• Explore data needs in health professions education that will lead to better outcomes