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AITP July Meeting Invitation

The AITP DC Area Chapter cordially invites you to our July 14 Dinner meeting.

  Ms Corliss Jackson, President and CEO of Federal Job Results, will speak on:

 

How to get a Federal Job--Solve the Puzzle of the Process

 

Presentation Synopsis

 This is targeted to those participants who need to understand the nuts and bolts of the Federal job search process.

 This will benefit all who seek Federal employment not just Information Technology Professionals, so invite your friends.

 Topics include:

 

  • Understanding the Federal job road map
  • Qualifying for Federal Jobs
  • Reviewing Federal vacancy announcements
  • Understanding how Federal HR staff score your application
  • Understanding the federal job roadmap, and
  • Writing your Federal resume

Agenda:

6:30 - Social Hour
7:15 - Dinner
8:00 - Presentation
9:00 – Adjourn

Location:

Alfio's La Trattoria

4515 Willard Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD 20815-3622
(301) 657-9133
FREE VALET PARKING

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Cost (Pay by cash , check or credit card at the door)

AITP Members: $20
Non-Members: $25
Student Members: $15

Special Note:  Guests of members and speaker are eligible for the Member rate.

Click to RSVP   Please rsvp by July 12.  Space is limited. 

 Read More  for more about our speaker and future events.

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June 9 Dinner Meeting "Challenges and Strategies for aligning Community Health Center Reporting"

 

The AITPDC chapter  cordially invites you to our next  event. Guest speaker Jonathan Perry will present on June 9th, 2016 at Alfio's on:

 

  Challenges and Strategies for aligning Community Health Center reporting in a broader health system
 

 

  Presentation Synopsis

 

What approaches to population health drive health care improvements within clinical systems?  What Health Information tools drive performance improvements and what are the current trends in data measurement in healthcare?  Come join us for the evening while Jonathan illustrates these and other HIT Quality Improvement initiatives.  Click on the RSVP key  to make a reservation  before June 7. 
 

About Jonathan Perry

 Jonathan Perry, a DC resident, currently is the Associate Director of Quality and Informatics at the DC Primary Care Association in Washington, DC. He is responsible for supporting multiple community health centers in their quality improvement (QI) efforts through Health Information Technology (HIT) and data informatics. 

 Previously Mr. Perry worked at the Louisiana Public Health Institute (LPHI) managing and supporting behavioral health integration and clinical quality improvement efforts.  In this capacity, Mr. Perry managed a three-year grant with the goals of expanding access to behavioral health services and promoting sustainable systems change and redesign.  

 Mr. Perry also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Botswana where he provided clinic community capacity building to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic.  

 Mr. Perry is originally from New Orleans, LA.  He received his Bachelors of Science degree in Decision Science from Carnegie Mellon University.

 

Format

6:00pm to 7:00pm Meet for Cocktails at the bar and handle registration

7:00pm to 8:00pm Dinner served

8:00pm to 9:00pm Presentation (including time for Q&A) before departing for the evening

  

Location:

Alfio's La Trattoria

4515 Willard Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD 20815-3622
(301) 657-9133

FREE VALET PARKING

About the venue

Alfio's La Trattoria, in Chevy Chase, MD (http://www.alfios.com/), within walking distance of the Friendship Heights Metro Station and Free Valet Parking, specializing in Northern Italian Cuisine.

 

Costs

 

AITP Members: $20 - Non-Members: $25 - Students: $15

 

      Special:  Guests of Members pay the AITP Member rate so invite your coworkers.

 

  

 

The cost includes a main entree (typically meat, seafood and vegetarian options), salad, rolls, coffee/tea, and dessert and a cash bar is available throughout the evening.

 

Click on the RSVP key  to make a reservation  before June 7. 

 

Future events

 

Watch out for our next event on "Ransomware, Is it really give up and pay up?"

 

Let  us know topics that you are interested and  we will follow up.

 

 

 

For more information go to:  www.aitpdc.org

To join AITP go to: www.aitp.org and follow the instructions to join the DC Chapter.   

November 12, 2015 Dinner Meeting


A Leadership Plan for the DC Area Chapter

We are pleased to invite members and prospective members to join us for a evening of serious thought about the future of  the DC chapter as we finish its 60th year of service. As a busy IT Professional, you have the opportunity to give your ideas for how the chapter can give you greater benefit.

We need you to attend this meeting to help lead the chapter in 2016.

Discussion will be on future topics and meeting arrangements like frequency, location, and other ideas that will help our members grow professionally. We need suggestions on how to increase new members and retain current members.

There will be a short board business session like planning for the 2016 election and confirming our contributions to the Wounded Warrior Project, Children's Hospital, and the Education Foundation (FITE) Betty Stevens Frecknall scholarship program.

 

Note: Special Dinner Rates

Military and veterans receive a $10 discount to honor their service.

Free dinner for folks who join AITP DC Chapter at the door plus a special $20 rebate.

Unemployed IT professionals pay the student rate.

 

RSVP by Monday, November 9, 2015 - To send an RSVP click here.

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New format-- Bi Monthly Meetings Next meeting in November

 

Thanks to Pete Petry for his great presentation last month.  For full access to his presentation, go to the following link:

   http://www.slideshare.net/TJPetry/your-electronic-medical-record-structure-versus-nonstructure-order-verus-chaos

 


We will see you during the fall season at our next Dinner Meeting on November 12, 2015.

 

 

 

 

Dinner Meeting September 10, 2015

Your Electronic Medical Record- "Structured versus Non-structured; Order versus Chaos"

Please join us at Mr. Petry discusses the history, evolution and future of electronic medical records as well as several of the regulatory, clinical, financial and political drivers which tend to influence their use and design.

 

Bring your coworkers and friends and make your reservations by September 8, 2015

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