Premium exhibitors bring a wealth of solutions to the HIMSS Virtual Conference & Expo

By Patty Enrado
03:12 PM

Capitalizing on the virtual nature of the conference, premium exhibitors are bringing their companies to the Exhibit Hall of the HIMSS Virtual Conference & Expo.

“The AppSense team will be showcasing its award-winning user virtualization platform and demonstrating how it dynamically personalizes any Windows desktop environment, reduce desktop management costs and accelerates the launch of mission-critical applications across multiple desktop delivery mechanisms,” said Iris Polit, marketing manager.

Attendees have an opportunity to connect with AppSense representatives in real-time via the discussion forum or private chat and view many valuable resources including customer success stories, case studies, demonstrations and videos, and literature on how user virtualization can help healthcare organization meet today’s IT challenges.

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Kaweah Delta Health Care District (KDHCD) and AppSense will present a live case study today at 11:45 am CT. Nick Volosin, ISS director of technical services, and Stephen Carnes, IT administrator for server and virtualization, will share best practices that allowed KDHCD to standardize its IT environment to provide high-quality patient care and improve clinicians’ experience and productivity.

“As the leading provider of user virtualization technology, AppSense continues to make strides in the healthcare industry, rolling out major deployments and providing healthcare IT professionals with white papers and other useful resources regarding the benefits of user virtualization for healthcare,” Polit said. “AppSense will bring its solutions to thousands of healthcare professionals at the HIMSS Virtual Conference & Expo as part of our increased alignment with the healthcare industry.”

“We understand the extraordinary pressures that healthcare IT departments are facing, and with the AppSense User Virtualization Platform, we’re helping them deliver operational excellence and reliability while lowering costs,” said Michael Nicosia, vice president of U.S. sales at AppSense. “AppSense is committed to supporting healthcare IT efforts to meet regulatory compliance demands and respond to the dynamic changes healthcare organizations are encountering.”

Zebra Technologies, a longstanding leader in helping healthcare organizations accurately track and identify patients, medications, specimens and more to protect patient safety and increase productivity, will showcase its product line of thermal bar code and RFID printers, wristbands and label products.

Attendees can check out Zebra Technologies’ HC100TM Patient I.D. Solution for easy wristband printing, mobile printers for bedside specimen collection and other label printers for pharmacy and labs. The dedicated HC100TM Patient I.D. Solution combines durable wristbands with crisp and always readable bar codes, which helps improve patient safety and reduces waste, errors and costs. Easy-to-load wristband cartridges allow on-demand printing of individual wristbands, which frees up valuable time for clinicians.

Zebra’s desktop and lightweight mobile printers help laboratory staff identify specimens with certainty and enter test results quickly and accurately, and make it easy to label specimens at the patient bedside. For easy system integration, Zebra partners with leading software providers.

Booth visitors can access valuable white papers, case studies, video case studies, product demos and brochures about bar coding at the bedside, wristband printing options, wristband formatting, infant wristbands, mobile printing, and more. Zebra’s healthcare experts will also be on hand to answer any questions.

“With many years of successfully exhibiting at the HIMSS annual event, we are now participating the second time in the HIMSS virtual event,” said Kathryn Burkhardt, integrated marketing manager. “We hope to take advantage of meeting an even wider audience of healthcare professionals who aren’t able to travel to trade shows. HIMSS reaches a quality audience with great potential for interest in our products and solutions.”

The Exhibit Hall will also feature exhibitors Imprivata and Proofpoint. For more information on these vendors, please visit their booths.

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