The Top Takeaways from HIMSS 2019

HIMSS 2019 wraps up in Orlando, Florida today after five days of healthcare industry learning and collaboration. If you missed anything from the show, MarketScale has you covered.

Make sure to read up on the key themes, events and speeches that HIMSS Senior Director of Strategic Communications Karen Groppe made note of if you have not already.

Also see everything you may have missed from the beginning of the show HERE:

Innovation is why people come to events like HIMSS 2019, and there were plenty of learning opportunities at this year’s show. Augmented reality may be one of the biggest breakthroughs coming to the medical field soon. Artificial intelligence will also provide insight into the human body.

On Friday morning, Dr. Don Rucker, the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology in the Department of Health and Human Services of the United States Government gave his thoughts on the industry.

Different perspectives coming together is a goal of every industry trade show and there was no shortage of it at HIMSS 2019.

 

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It is possible to walk miles on a given day at a trade show the size of HIMMS 2019, but some attendees still mustered up the energy to hit the bike for a good cause.

For others, they found interactive experiences that were less taxing on the body.

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