WHERE THE WORLD
CONNECTS FOR HEALTH
View series of sessions and special education topic tracks at HIMSS18.
In this complimentary, educational opportunity, attendees will receive a deep-dive into this critical topic across the three pillars of HIMSS18: education, exhibition, and networking.
Join us for the first ever HIMSS Canadian Forum as we showcase a sampling of the wide-array of digital health efforts and activities occurring in the world’s second largest nation.
This one-day forum features three sessions dedicated to showcasing how connected health plays a critical role in enhancing health and wellness through patient engagement technology, and points to lessons learned and future directions.
Hear the experiences of the entire room. Listen to multiple perspectives on the same issue. Connect and learn from the conversations and experiences of your peers.
Gain insight into key government health IT initiatives, plans, priorities, and opportunities.
Knowing what to invest, how much, and where to turn for resources can be daunting to those just beginning the journey in improving healthcare delivery.
Industry Solution Sessions are a great opportunity for attendees to receive the most up-to-date case studies on topics important to the health IT conversation.
We will explore best practices in embracing startup innovation. We will identify sustainable approaches, engagement strategies, and examine the value of having both the startup and provider partnership to ensure success.
This year’s educational sessions focus on longitudinal care and the importance of coordination and engagement along the care continuum.
This three-part program will highlight examples of how payers and providers are working together to reduce administrative burdens, lower costs and improve both the physician and the patient/member experience.
This three-session forum explores challenges, issues, and successes during the journey from the promise to the reality of integrating precision medicine into clinical care.
Discover the importance of empowering patients and their experience of care through real patient stories - from the value of storytelling in cancer care, to a patient's relationship to her health data, to the challenges in patient-caregiver experience.
This forum will explore the HIT user experience (UX) and the impacts of UX on efficient quality care delivery.