Re-Invention of Print: Transforming the Patient Experience through 3D Print, Cloud Print and Micro-Fluidics

11:15am - 12:15pm Wednesday, February 13
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center


Please Join HP Inc. for a HIMSS19 Lunch & Learn
Healthcare providers are continuously evolving to an ever-changing landscape influenced by regulations, policy and rapidly transforming technology. Yet, priority to all care providers remain patient care. In a recent survey from PwC Health Research Institute, nearly half (49%) of healthcare executives stated revamping their patients’ experience in acute and ambulatory care is one of their top three priorities over the next five years to become resilient amid government healthcare administrative uncertainty. 
This focus on patient experience is fueling healthcare providers to re-evaluate how they can leverage digital information in a more meaningful way for print output. From printing prosthetics to point of care anatomical models (3D print), printing patient education (Interoperable cloud print), printing small molecules and biomolecules for drug discovery, genomics, and proteomics (micro-fluidic print), print output has reinvented itself for:

  • Better patient outcomes
  • More meaningful patient experience
  • Less time in the operating room
  • Reducing organizational costs


Presented By
Jonathan Morris, MD
: Co-Director Anatomic Modeling Lab, Department of Radiology,
Mayo Clinic and Foundation (TBD)
Daniel Colling, RN, BSc: WW Clinical Healthcare & Life Sciences Specialist, HP Inc.

Lunch and refreshments will be served.