Please raise your hand if you’ve ever been told “Hey, someone just purchased a new app or device for the clinicians!” without ever being approached to see if the network can handle it or if there is sufficient Wi-Fi coverage?
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In just a few days, more than 40,000 healthcare professionals will gather in Las Vegas for HIMSS 2016. Looking back over the last several years of this conference, there’s been a distinct shift in the conversation, from discussions centered around documentation and electronic record keeping to a thematic focus on intelligent care. A mere glance at the top five priorities from health IT leaders shows that issues like connected health, data sharing and on-demand care delivery are salient issues for our industry.
VitalConnect is redefining patient care with the VitalPatch biosensor debuting at the 2016 HIMSS Conference. With the global market for biosensors to monitor health projected to exceed $40B annually by 2020, Vital Connect’s innovative sensor technology defines the next generation of patient monitoring solutions at home and in the hospital.
DataMotion Health, a provider of secure health information delivery services and solutions, recently released results of a survey it conducted during the 2016 HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition (HIMSS16), which took place last week in Las Vegas.
Leveraging strategic partnerships, one Michigan health system has unlocked key to coordinating care for vulnerable patient population formerly accessing the emergency department for complex, non-emergent care.
The 2016 HIMSS Connected Health Survey scheduled to be unveiled at the HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition in Las Vegas paints an optimistic picture surrounding the emerging trend of connectivity within the healthcare ecosystem.
Medisafe, the leading cloud-based mHealth platform for medication management with more than 2.6 million consumer users, recently announced the launch of Medisafe Providers, enabling physicians, care teams, and pharmacists to track their patients’ medication adherence between visits.
Sarah Cannon, the global cancer institute of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), leverages Mezzanine immersive visual collaboration and conferencing technology from Oblong Industries to connect experts across its global network in real-time communication.