Tuesday saw over 35,000 HIMSS14 attendees returning to the Orange County Convention Center to pick up where they left off on Monday.
The first two days of HIMSS were busy with keynotes, education sessions, and symposia. In this gallery we bring you notable session highlights and speaker recaps.
Follow the HIMSS14TV crew around the show floor and exhibit hall. The videos shown in this slideshow can be seen on TV monitors around the Orange County Convention Center, in Hotel Rooms, on HIMSS14 shuttles, or on Healthcare IT News.
HIMSS14 officially kicked off on Sunday, February, 23rd bringing over 35,000 attendees to the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. This slideshow gallery delivers a birds-eye-view sampling of all the action that's taken place so far.
Well before the convention officially opens, the HIMSS14 show floor is abuzz with activity as boxes are unpacked, forklifts zip around, and workers build each exhibit from the ground up. Take a look at some behind the scenes photos of the show floor set up!
As Healthcare IT News celebrates its 10th anniversary, we look back on the words of movers and shakers -- from U.S. presidents to hospital CIOs -- whose vision and leadership have helped shape an industry.
From President George W. Bush's embrace of healthcare IT to the opening of HealthCare.gov, hard work, government incentives, political battles and more have made for broad and rapid changes in healthcare in the past 10 years. View this slideshow for a look back at the big moments.
2013 has been a big year in the world of healthcare information technology.
A Commonwealth Fund survey of primary care doctors in 10 countries found that although the U.S. has made progress in EMR implementation, it still lags behind countries where EMR adoption is almost universal.
The top 10 medium hospitals (26-75 IT employees) in the 2013 Where to Work: BEST Hospital IT Departments program know that communication and collaboration are key to building high-functioning teams that meet the needs of clinicians and patients.