We took a peek at our list of top 50 health IT bloggers to see who’s getting ready for healthcare’s biggest show. What has them talking about HIMSS16, which is just a few weeks away? Catch what these health IT influencers are talking about in our roundup below!
Want to learn more about exciting new innovations in care delivery? Then check out Cisco’s 9th Annual Connected Health Summit — a half-day program held at HIMSS16 featuring many engaging speakers and presentations.
With an eye on this year’s sessions, this preview of HIMSS16 examines what topics will be front and center. From process improvement and clinical informatics to security and interoperability, the blog covers HIMSS16 with great anticipation due to the profound changes taking place right now in the industry.
Blog veteran John Lynn gets his readers into a HIMSS16 and workflow frame of mind by hosting a “blab” (a live chat on his blog website) with Chuck Webster, MD (@wareflo) and other HIMSS16 vendors who include workflow in their solutions. Find out who’s using workflow technology to solve healthcare problems!
Jane Sarasohn-Kahn touches on the growth of digital health tools and previews her HIMSS16 session with Jan Oldenburg on telehealth solutions that enhance the doctor-patient relationship. “The ultimate outcome: Using the right personal health IT can effectively drive personal health — but also public health at scale.”
IBM reminds senior IT executives to think about their career goals as they plan for HIMSS. Citing findings from Korn Ferry Institute’s CIO to CEO: Barriers and Success Factors, they outline three reminders for getting the most out of building your business leadership during the show.
Steve Sisko talks the 2016 HIMSS Social Media Ambassadors — covering who they are, how they made the list, and how to follow and connect with them before, during and after HIMSS. Use it to start your follower list and be in the know during the show!
Christopher Tackett makes some predictions for the show, including more conversations about how patients and their user-generated data play into healthcare going forward. He also gives a sneak preview of what Intel has in store, from its booth to HIMSS kiosks to the social sphere.
Trust is key between healthcare providers and their patients, so it’s only appropriate that “health providers need to be able to trust the underlying IT infrastructure they use to help them deliver care and information to their patients.” Microsoft shares how it will be telling its technology against this backdrop at HIMSS.
What other great blog posts and news have you seen highlighting HIMSS16? Tweet us @CDW_Healthcare and share! You can see what we’ve got cooking for HIMSS16 here. And check out even more comprehensive health IT discussion across the full list of 2015 Top 50 blogs.