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Subject:       Erratum: Partnerships '96 Conference from 2/21
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Dear Listserv Administrator:
 
In regard to the request sent to you on Feb. 21, I must apologize
for an incorrect web site addressin the copy. In the next to the last paragraph
the correct web site address for Partnerships '96 is
http://odphp.osophs.dhhs/gov/confrnce/partnr96/.
I have corrected the address in the posting that follows and am sorry
for any inconvenience this has caused.
Again, the following is a short announcement of our Partnerships for
Networked Consumer Health Information Conference. We would appreciate
it if you would post it on your listserv. If you do post it, would
you please let us know that you have done so.
 
Thanks
 
CONSUMER HEALTH INFORMATICS CONFERENCE
ANNOUNCEMENT
The second national conference "Partnerships for Networked Health
Information" will be held May 12-14, 1996, in Rancho Mirage,
California. It will focus on health information that supports
prevention, patient education, and the management of health and
disease. Sessions will also explore the infrastructure needed to link
homes, hospitals, clinics, schools, worksites, and community
settings. It will include hands-on demonstrations by America Online,
IBM, and Time-Warner.
 
Partnerships '96 will be invaluable for representatives of managed
care and other medical institutions and health companies who value
informed patients; health professionals who seek more effective
communication with their patients; public agencies that disseminate
health information or deliver health services; nonprofit health and
other community organizations that provide information and services
in specific fields; employers, benefits managers, and insurers seeking
to raise wellness and reduce inappropriate use of services; community
organizations, including civic networks and libraries, that provide
the public with direct access to information; foundations that
support innovative health communication activities; and electronic
publishers, interactive applications developers, telecommunications
and computer companies that create or deliver vital health
information directly to end users.
 
The conference is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences, and IEEE,
Inc.
 
For program and registration information, visit the Partnerships '96
web site at http://odphp.osophs.dhhs/gov/confrnce/partnr96/ or contact The
Conference Group, Inc., 11781 Lee Jackson Highway, Suite 190,
Fairfax, Virginia 22033; telephone 703-273-2552.
 
For inforamtion about exhibiting, contact Paula Seidman by e-mail at
[log in to unmask], or by telephone at 301-890-5525.