The inaugural Women in Health IT reception at HIMSS16 was held on Tuesday night at Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas. Attendees took photos with wax figures -- like Nicholas Cage aobve -- and chatted over drinks at this important event.
Of course HIMSS16 attendees come for the networking, education and access to leaders in the field, but it doesn't hurt that many exhibitors offer swag to take home or use in a pinch. Goodies on the show foor on Tuesday ranged from USB drives to water bottles and more.
While big numbers of attendees headed to exhibitor booths and special areas like the Intelligent Health Pavilion, hundreds also filled education sessions. See some of the top scenes from Day Two.
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