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By Healthcare IT News 01:12 pm February 12, 2014
Before you walk into the HIMSS14 Exhibit Hall, here's something you should know: If you visited each of the more than 1,200 exhibits every 10 minutes, 24 hours a day non-stop, it would take you 7.6 days to see everything.
By Healthcare IT News 01:11 pm February 12, 2014
Inspired by innovation? Interested in shaping a transformative health information technology solution? If so, the HIMSS Venture + Forum and the Start-up Showcase on the HIMSS Exhibit Hall floor should be at the top of your HIMSS14 must-see list.
By Healthcare IT News 01:10 pm February 12, 2014
With more than 1,200 exhibits at HIMSS14, it is important to have a plan for spending time on the Exhibition Floor. There are several tools to help attendees search for and identify exhibiting companies and plan meetings and booth visits.
By Healthcare IT News 09:37 am February 11, 2014
There's a reason why ICD-10 is considered one of the core topics at HIMSS14 in Orlando.
By Healthcare IT News 09:35 am February 11, 2014
At the HIMSS Analytics booth you will attend brief sessions on new and existing assessment and maturity models.
By Healthcare IT News 09:34 am February 11, 2014
HIMSS will host a massive street party at Universal Studios on Wednesday, Feb. 26. Attendees will enjoy light refreshments as they explore the New York street sets.
By Healthcare IT News 09:29 am February 10, 2014
Most healthcare stakeholders and observers would probably agree that the way healthcare costs are determined and communicated is, to put it mildly, a bit nonsensical.
By Healthcare IT News 09:28 am February 10, 2014
HIMSS14 will host a variety of events, education sessions and networking opportunities that will help attendees focus on achieving patient safety.
By Healthcare IT News 09:27 am February 10, 2014
The Connected Patient Learning Gallery, located in Hall A, Booth 2383, offers attendees a hands-on, interactive area showcasing innovative health IT products and services that address various aspects of "e-engaging" providers and patients, as well as ways to integrate these products for patient care.
By Healthcare IT News 12:23 pm February 07, 2014
For a physician practice or a hospital to improve patient outcomes, they must effectively measure the quality of care they provide -- and use that measurement to effect the changes necessary to improve it. But that's sometimes easier said than done.

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