Great Scott! Doc and the DeLorean time machine made a guest cameo at the CrossChx booth on the show floor. Set the circuits for HIMSS16 in Las Vegas!
Getting home should be no problem considering all the transportation options available to lucky winners on the show floor. Sports cars, vespas, bikes, and even jet skis waited to be claimed at HIMSS15 in Chicago.
A familiar sight at HIMSS conference, the Orchard Software tree loomed over attendees in the North Hall.
Attendees scrutinized giant show floor maps while attempting to locate networking opportunities and live demonstrations. The official HIMSS15 mobile app, with built-in way finding technology, proved a lifesaver for mobile savvy conference attendees.
After covering miles of ground on the show floor, weary attendees were attracted to Infinity’s massage chairs like flies to honey.
The Connected Patient Learning Gallery was home to the Walgreens-sponsored Wellness Challenge. The Gallery is located in the North Hall and includes interactive displays, an education theater and kiosks for industry partners.
You won’t find this room divider at Bed Bath & Beyond. This barrier cordoned off the live presentations from the other activity within the Cybersecurity Command Center in the North Hall.
Fortinet parked their booth just outside the HX360 Innovation Pavilion in the North Hall.
Finally, I can shower with my iPad! The Duratouch waterSENSE technology allows responsive touchscreen capabilities despite the weather.
Don’t trip over the power cord! Advanced technology wow’d visitors to the Intelligent Medical Home on Tuesday.
A bright yellow balloon hangs over the hospital bed of an exhausted new mother at the Labor & Delivery demonstration within the Intelligent Medical Home.
Grandma waits patiently to welcome a roomful of guests to her technologically advanced family room. The Intelligent Medical Home included technology demonstrations for the Family Room, Kitchen, Bathroom and Master Bedroom.
For most attendees, the HIMSS conference has been nothing but net. The 2015 event boasted record attendance at McCormick Place in Chicago.
Not content with the standard booth decor, NextGen kicked it up a notch with an interactive waterfall display.
Iron Mountain provided a sugary pick-me-up to attendees too busy to wait in line for pizza and hotdogs.
Someone left their baby at the CenTrak booth on the show floor. It seemed to be doing fine and was not crying at all.