All the news and information you need to prepare for HIMSS13. Destination HIMSS13 is our e-newsletter series devoted to preparing you for the HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition, March 3-7 in New Orleans. On this page, you'll find previews of sessions and events, information about new products to be featured at the show, and helpful planning tips.
March 1, 2013 | Healthcare IT News Staff
From one year to the next, few sectors of the US economy change as much or as quickly as health IT. And at the 2013 HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition, attendees will get a chance to see what that change looks like. More
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Buyer's Guide site has new name by Healthcare IT News Staff
News | February 13, 2013
While the HIMSS Online Buyers Guide has changed its name to the Conference Exhibitor Guide for HIMSS13, the functionality is as robust as ever. Attendees can easily locate a vendor's booth number, key contact information and description of products and services.
Symposium spotlights HIE strategies by Healthcare IT News Staff
News | February 12, 2013
One of this year's themes at the HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition is connecting attendees with real world results. The HIE Symposium on March 3 aims to do just that.
White House doc to talk leadership by Healthcare IT News Staff
News | February 12, 2013
President Clinton's in-house physician, Eleanor (Connie) Mariano, will provide insights into the field of "executive medicine" on Wednesday morning at HIMSS13.
News | February 7, 2013
During the 2013 HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition, attendees can visit the over 13,000 square-foot Intelligent Hospital Pavilion (Booth 8711) at the Exhibition Hall on March 4, 5 and 6.
Making meaningful use about more than IT by Healthcare IT News Staff
News | February 7, 2013
The meaningful use program is a privilege and a journey. That's the contention of Liz O. Johnson, RN, vice president of applied clinical informatics for Tenet Health Care. Johnson will share her experience during the Meaningful Use Symposium on Sunday, March 3.