The Clinicspectrum booth was the life of the party and included balloon animals, remote control quadcopters and even Google Glass.
Get off my lawn! The Avnet booth offered attendees a sneak-preview of Chicago’s beautiful summer weather.
After trekking thousands of square feet on the show floor Masimo’s hospitals beds started to look quite nice.
Attendees drooled over these delicious pastries hot form the MedData oven.
The carnival that is HIMSS15 included vendors selling nachos, hotdogs, pizza and popcorn.
The CliniComp booth gave off a relaxing vibe.
DocuTap’s interactive display claimed a sizable chunk of the South Hall at McCormick Place.
Intermountain Healthcare conducted networking meetings inside this bus on the show floor.
Those who couldn’t make it to the greens were offered an alternative option at IHT2’s booth in the South Hall.
Hyland’s booth offered some non-traditional bar snacks.
Hitachi’s Connected Patient offered a glimpse into the future of smart monitoring devices.
True to form, Epic’s booth offered a Dr. Seuss-inspired menagerie of whimsical animal sculptures.
The Sprint Emergency Response Team (ERT) provides short-term wireless telecommunications equipment, infrastructure and operations support to federal, state and local government entities, public safety officials, law enforcement, military and private corporations.
The FormFast booth attracted a large crowd with its cuttinge-edge hybrid sports car.
The CDW team scored a prime parking spot at McCormick place.
Cerner’s booth offered attendees a simulated skyline to ease the cabin fever.
McKesson’s bright lights and futuristic furniture made attendees feel like they were on the set of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey.