It is not even through January and yet we have the first announcements of Spring. Yes, It’s HIMSS time! here are a few of the editorials we have received that are worth a mention. Entirely up to you now... this is what they say;
Zebra Technologies would like to invite you to stop by our HIMSS 2020 booth (#3359) to discuss industry trends and predictions for the year ahead as well as see our latest healthcare solutions and hear how healthcare organizations are streamlining workflows and enhancing the patient experience. Attendees will also have an exclusive first look at our new Unique Device Identifier (UDI) compliance solution that will be announced at the show.
As the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) works to improve patient safety, it has adopted UDI standards to enable complete traceability of medical devices used in patient care. These standards require that all devices carry a UDI label from shipping to disposal.
On-site executives Rikki Jennings, Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, and Chris Sullivan, Global Healthcare Practice Lead, will be available to discuss how Zebra’s new solution is addressing these changes, as well as how Zebra’s full suite of healthcare solutions streamline workflows, enhance clinical mobility and improve patient identity management. The pair would also be happy to discuss the latest nursing, patient care, change management and healthcare IoT trends.
And moving on….
Senior executives at the following organisations can provide expert insight on a range of industry trends and topics including blockchain, data analytics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and more. Specifically:
· Quest Diagnostics (booth #2000) Chief Information Officer, Gabrielle Wolfson, can discuss strategies for empowering patients to improve their experience and better manage their health. She can also share how Quest is leveraging its IT offerings and robust lab data to deliver clinically effective and economically efficient outcomes at the point of care.
· Synaptic Health Alliance members Mike Jacobs (Optum) and Kyle Culver (Humana) can speak to blockchain’s growing use and impact in healthcare. They can also share the latest results from the Alliance’s pilot program that has demonstrated blockchain’s ability to improve the accuracy of healthcare provider data by helping to identify and fix inaccuracies across health plan providers systems.
· Inovalon (booth #1521) SVP of Innovation and Data Strategies, Eric Sullivan, can discuss the power of AI in healthcare, including how Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Machine Learning (ML) capabilities are driving operational efficiencies and better patient care.