HIMSS 2019: What People Are Saying

HIMSS 2019 is underway in Orlando, Florida, bringing together healthcare professionals from across the world.

Social media is lighting up with some of the show’s best displays and we wanted to highlight the best of the best!

If you’re at the show, make sure to read up on what you must check out this week in our event preview and interview with HIMSS Senior Director of Strategic Communications Karen Groppe!

The engagement started right away. It may not be breaking any barriers in the healthcare world but the opening reception area certainly got people excited:

Doors opened yesterday for the beginning of the expo. Attendees were welcomed to this massive show floor:


For some, it was too much to walk!

In terms of actual substance, there are plenty of sessions digging into the ways the industry is changing:

Stay tuned for more coverage of the HIMSS 2019 conference all week and interact with us on social media!

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