We’ve hit Day 4, and that’s a wrap on HIMSS16! We can’t begin to tell you how much fun we’ve had interacting with you on social media and live in-person! We had some incredible conversations about health IT, made a ton of new friends and feel invigorated for what’s ahead.

Keeping the momentum going even on the last day, HIMSS15 Day 4’s tweets continued with some great insights and unique perspective. As we wave goodbye to HIMSS16, take a moment to reflect on what resonated most with attendees in our Day 4 round up of the top tweets we saw. These are some great ones that will certainly make you think hard about where the next phase of collaboration and innovation in healthcare and technology needs to head.

 

Deloitte Health Care @DeloitteHealth 

Connected devices provide tons of data – but very little insight. #Cognitive computing bridges that gap. deloi.tt/1p3263e #HIMSS16

Paul Barr @PGBarr

MT @MStempniak: Stage 2 meaningful use was like putting 2,800 + IT vendors in cars without any roads to traverse, says @jhalamka. #HIMSS16

FierceHealthIT @FierceHealthIT

#HIMSS16: #Cybersecurity success hinges on strength of CISO-CMIO relationship ow.ly/Z4SKU by @Dan_Bowman

Sherry Reynolds @Cascadia

Patient centered health is designed around people who are ill but nearly all #HIMSS16 health tech still focused on Doc/hospital

Ahmad Daher @PopHealthGuy

“We don’t need more standards, I think we need to standardize the existing ones” @ResuShrestha #HITsm #HIMSS16 #FHIR

CTG, Inc. @CTGinc

Survey: Providers see #healthIT as important – when they have a clinical health IT exec in the #hospital bit.ly/1QvRjoP #HIMSS16 

JoAnn Klinedinst @JoannKlinedisnt

“The challenges of football were learned in the huddle.” @PeytonManningGo #HIMSS16

effectiveui @effectiveui 

“The engaged patient is the blockbuster drug of the century.” – Anand Iyer, WellDoc #HIMSS16

John Lynn @techguy

I’m afflicted with hyperportalotus. I have 9 patient portals. #ePatient #HIMSS16

Allscripts @Allscripts

“You should demand that you have this type of great experience with all of your vendors.” – Erik Kins at #HIMSS16 on Utilizing APIs

Carly Holstein, PHD @carlyholstein 

Manning: No one stands out as a leader. Leaders grow into their influence continuously. #HIMSS16 

 

While there are some big issues to tackle, we should remember we’re all in this together to share our collective wisdom toward moving healthcare forward.

Thank you all for another amazing HIMSS, this year was definitely a memorable one! We can’t wait to see you next year. Until then, make sure to say hello and keep in touch with us on Twitter @CDW_Healthcare.

 

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