Top 5 videos from HIMSS17

Top 5 videos from HIMSS17

HIMSS16 Hashtag Guide: What to know before you Tweet

Mobile, analytics, revenue cycle, nursing and issues targeting Millennials will all get their own social media channels at the conference.
By Chris Hayden
09:03 AM

Calling the HIMSS Annual Conference a technology show hardly does it justice - especially given the wide range of topics presenters, vendors and guest speakers plan to focus on when the show kicks off in Las Vegas on Feb. 29. To help you keep track of the topics and for guidance on participting in the discussion sure to erupt in social media, here's our hashtag guide for the conference. Bookmark this page for quick reference.

#RethinkRCM is the hashtag to use for revenue cycle management at HIMSS16.

#WomenInHIT supports and empowers fellow women in IT.

#PutData2Work is the official hashtag to follow trends and innovations for improved outcomes and efficiencies unveiled at HIMSS16.

#Nurses4HIT is the HIMSS16 hashtag to keep up-to-date on care transformations making an impact on nursing.

#IHeartHIT isn't just a declaration. Use this hashtag at HIMSS16 to share personal stories how HIT has effected you. 

#HX360 is designated for topics fostering advances to new models of care. 

#HITworks  helps you quantify the value of your HIT at HIMSS16.

#HITventure is the official hashtag to learn how collaboration in HIT can contribute to tech-enabled solutions.

#HITsecurity is the hashtag to follow to learn how the industry is proposing to solve cybersecurity problems in HIT. 

#GenY4HIT follows the discussion at HIMSS16 on the new generation's impact on HIT. 

#Engage4Health highlights the role empowered consumers play in their healthcare.

#EmpowerHIT lets you follow how the push for interoperability is shaping up, according to the 40,000-plus attendees at HIMSS16. 

#DrHIT hashtag highlights the issues that result when integrating clinicians and technology.

#Connect2Health helps you discover the role of healthcare IT thanks to mobile technology.

#Aim2Innovate explores the ways innovation and HIT are being pushed to improve outcomes. 

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