I love speaking about improving healthcare with information technology, and am a frequently invited lecturer both nationally and internationally.
In fact, I’ve delivered more than 250 invited lectures around the world on medical informatics topics such as healthcare data standards, large-scale data aggregation, health information exchange, electronic health records, and most especially LOINC.
If you would like to invite me to make a presentation to your group, please contact me.
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Your presentation and our conversations were immensely interesting. I have heard nothing but wonderful things about you; people are so appreciative of your perspective.
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Select Recent Presentations
How using health information technology might save lives but steal your sunshine. Class lecture by Daniel J. Vreeman, PT, DPT, MS on 2017 02 14.
Summary of key issues in linking local laboratory codes to LOINC codes. Presented by Daniel J. Vreeman, PT, DPT, MS at the CDC/FDA/NLM/ONC/CMS Public Workshop on Promoting Semantic Interoperability of Laboratory Data on 2016 11 08.
Recap of the 2015 FDA/CDC/NLM Workshop on Promoting Semantic Interoperability of Laboratory Data. Presented by Daniel J. Vreeman, PT, DPT, MS at the 2016 FDA Workshop on 2016 11 08.
Finding antidotes to the headache of isolated and idiosyncratic health data. Presented by Daniel J. Vreeman, PT, DPT, MS at the 14th Biennial Regenstrief Conference - Precision Medicine: Putting the Pieces Together on 2017 010 05.