Tag Archive: HIMSS

by Colin Rogers | April 12, 2022

Time to Move Beyond ‘Sick Care’ to True Health Care

An educator, department co-director, and informatics expert, Dr. Gabriela Wilson is our first guest in a series of video interviews from HIMSS 2022.

by Jody Ranck | April 01, 2022

The Expanding Cosmos

Epic’s Cosmos continues its growth as a powerful piece of the physician toolkit; public health utility and clinical decision support could expand in kind.

by Chilmark Team | March 25, 2022

The Return of HIMSS: Is Inertia Enough?

HIMSS returned with a bang for its trademark massive in-person conference, rich with reunions, news and insights. But will it stay relevant in the long run?

by Elena Iakovleva | March 11, 2022

HIMSS22: High Hopes

The healthcare IT world is gearing up for one of its landmark events next week. What can a first-time attendee expect as she goes into HIMSS22?

by John Moore | March 09, 2022

Under the Covers at HIMSS22

HIMSS is battling to survive, weakened by COVID and rival events. Will this year strengthen their position or be the death knell for the conference?

by John Moore | September 17, 2021

Lots Can Happen When on Vacation

Shakeups at Google and Cerner liven up what is typically a quiet month in the health IT world, as both companies position themselves for new directions.

by Alex Lennox-Miller | August 16, 2021

HIMSS’21: Finding Value in a Shifting Landscape

HIMSS’21 looked and felt much different this year. Fewer attendees meant more gaps on the floor, but came with deeper insights and surprising value.

by John Moore | August 02, 2021

HIMSS’21 or Bust

HIMSS’21 is full speed ahead in Las Vegas. As the Delta variant scorches the US in the August heat, here’s to keeping cool and having a great experience.

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