The 8th National Medical Banking Institute is an exciting cross-industry educational forum for the banking and healthcare communities. At the Institute, we explore how banks are improving healthcare by reducing costs and increasing access and the quality of healthcare.
The International Journal of Medical Banking (http://www.mbproject.org/journal) is intended to educate commerce, government and academia about medical banking principles and technologies.
The editorial staff is seeking white papers in the following areas:
Open source healthcare programs linking banking and healthcare systems
Information privacy, confidentiality and security that focuses on cross-industry issues in banking and healthcare
Treasury and cash management programs targeting healthcare
Card-based platforms and technologies that link healthcare and banking platforms
Independent Health Record Banks
Consumer-driven healthcare technology tools that integrate with banking platforms
Point of service technologies that enable payment “at the counter”
Community coalition building, community programs & awareness
Share Your Expertise, Best Practices & Model Programs!
The white papers should be double-spaced pages and include an abstract, list of milestones and/or deliverables if applicable and the significance of the work. Submission must be in electronic format and submitted to email@example.com. White papers that describe a commercial product or service will not be accepted. The editorial staff is seeking white papers that address relevant industry issues.
White papers will be evaluated for inclusion in the 2010 Institute Agenda.
Based on your white paper, the Institute Committee may ask you to submit a Speaker Proposal for a presentation at the 2010 Institute. Presentations will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
Well-defined and realistic session objectives
Content that is current, relevant and practical Completeness, accuracy and appearance of the presentation
Please submit your white paper to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submittal Deadline: November 15, 2009.
You will be notified of the disposition of your white paper. For questions please contact our offices at (615) 794-2009 or email email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
THE MEDICAL BANKING PROJECT announced a new working relationship with a student team at Carnegie Mellon University that will produce the 3rd issue of The International Journal of Medical Banking, the organization’s premier academic publication. The Journal is routinely featured at MBProject’s annual industry institutes. The next Institute is scheduled for April 7-9, 2010 in Nashville, TN.
Maureen Turo, Vice President of Healthcare at the The Bank of New York Mellon, who serves as President of the Medical Banking Institute arranged an introduction of MBProject to the healthcare policy area at Carnegie Mellon University. “The journal is documenting the advancement of medical banking as an industry segment and doing this with students makes this annual task fun,” said Turo. MBProject will oversee production of the Journal and work directly with the leadership and student team at Carnegie.
“As part of our educational program we seek to interact with industry groups like The Medical Banking Project to expose our students to issues that are part of the policy dialogue in healthcare,” said David Dausey, Sr. Director Health Programs/Initiatives at Carnegie Mellon University. “We’re excited to be part of this project and it offers a good learning experience for our students.”
“A key goal of MBProject is to facilitate the creation of new centers of medical banking excellence to enhance research and to prepare the next generation of workers in this new segment,” said John Casillas, Founding Director of the Medical Banking Project. “We are working with key universities to make this happen.” Universities that are members of MBProject include Vanderbilt University’s Center for Better Health, the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, University of Missouri’s Department of Healthcare Informatics, California Lutheran University and the Health Systems Institute at Georgia Tech.