Next week (11-15 February 2019) in Orlando (USA) 45,000 delegates will attend the world’s biggest Healthcare IT Conference and Exhibition and we’ll be there for meetings and to learn about and share mHealth innovations with readers of the mHealth Insight blog.
With more than 300 education sessions spanning 24 topics at the various summits, forums, symposia and workshops. More than 500 exhibit floor sessions and the world’s best entrepreneurial talent staffing more than 1,300 exhibitor stands and representatives from over 100 countries attending it’ll be hard to keep up so if you know of anything we should try to check out please tip us off and if you would like to meet up with either myself (David Doherty, cofounder of 3GDoctor) or San Diego based colleague Dr Chris Bickford MD for a video interview please complete the following form with info about your mHealth Innovation and contact details we’ll add it to this guide and try and meet up with you to video an interview:
mHealth focused talks and panels in the Conference:
Monday 11 February 2019
Time: 11:55am – 12:30pm. Location: Rosen Centre Grand Ballroom D.
Re-engineering Check-in to Improve the Patient Experience
Market forces are converging from multiple directions, demanding greater operational efficiencies and better patient experiences in today’s physician practices.
In 2018, executives at Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic, an internationally-recognized orthopaedic leader in Central Florida, determined a forward-looking patient experience strategy starts with an optimal front-end encounter that ensures smooth, efficient patient throughput and office workflow processes.
To accomplish that, the organization re-engineered its registration process by deploying a self-service kiosk and mobile pre-check solution, to promote greater accuracy, minimize bottlenecks and empower patients.
In this session, Jewett’s CEO Jon Albert will share the organization’s three-pronged implementation journey and highlight the successful outcomes.
• Identify current drivers behind process improvement trends in today’s physician practices.
• Discuss how self-service and mobile technologies can streamline the patient registration process and improve revenue cycle efficiency.
• Analyze Jewett Orthopaedic’s three-pronged journey to implement a self-service check-in solution, including change management, optimization and sustainability strategies.
Jon Albert, Chief Executive Officer, Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic.
Time: 13:15pm – 14:15pm. Location: Orlando W208C.
Promoting Quality of Aging: Care Coordination and Disease Management
As generations age, technologies must evolve. Many older adults have multiple conditions with some for example having 10 or more medications to manage. This session will present some of the solutions toward improving care outside the hospital. Medication management, remote monitoring and care coordination tools will be discussed as well as current gaps in care which the future use of technology needs to address. We will examine how to move beyond single point solutions to coordinated care plans wrapped in usable tech solutions.
David Lindeman, PhD, Director, CITRIS Health Initiative, CITRIS, Director, Banatao Institute, UC Berkeley
Laurie Orlov, Founder, Aging in Place Technology Watch
Sam Ahn, Senior Care Practice Lead, Samsung Electronics America
Time: 15:45pm – 16:30pm. Location: Orlando W208C.
Closing Keynote: The Future of Technology in the Longevity Economy
This session provides a high level summary of today’s discussion and pivots towards future opportunities in aging. Discover what’s in store for the future of technology in aging. A key focus would be the need to disrupt how we think about aging and allowing technology to support an enhanced aging experience.
This session is part of a special program called Healthy Aging and Technology Symposium: Building a Digital Bridge to Transform the Aging Experience. Extra fees and separate registration is required.
Compare emerging technologies that show promise in enhancing aging
Identify areas/gaps that would benefit from new innovative technologies for the aging population
Discuss opportunities that will advance new innovations in aging
Dr David Drew, Chief Medical Officer & VP and GM of Enterprise (B2B) Healthcare, Samsung.
Tuesday 12 February 2019
Time: 10:15-10:35 am. Location: Hall F Booth 9000 Innovation Live Pavilion.
Digital Health: Defining the Future of Healthcare
Sentara’s mission is to Improve Health Every Day. Our vision creates a dynamic model via the development of digital and consumer-facing solutions, updated wellness and ambulatory platforms, and with the integration of acute and chronic care programs with managed-care strategy. Digital, cloud, mobile, and blockchain technologies are key ingredients to our IT strategy. We aim to provide high quality and cost-effective care via cutting edge technology.
Michael Reagin, SVP & CIO, Sentara Healthcare.
Time: 10:30am. Location: W314B.
Dr David Drew, Chief Medical Officer, Samsung
Time: 16:15 – 16:35pm. Location: Hall A Booth 888.
Healthcare Wayfinding: Mobile App, Kiosk, or both?
An in depth look into how healthcare facilities can improve the patient experience through digital wayfinding. The topic will look into different applications of wayfinding (mobile app, kiosks in the facility, or a combination of the two.)
Jeffery Sarenpa, President/CTO, Express Image Digital
Time: 15:10 – 15:50pm. Location: Rosen Ballroom C.
Technology to Drive Patient Engagement in a Digital World.
This panel will explore the power of digital therapeutics in helping patients be more engaged in their healthcare, and the technology that is being used to drive these innovations. Learn how the IoT exhaust data from digital therapies can be used to not just manage and intervene in care, but also to feedback into real-world evidence and value-based care justification.
Dan Housman, Principal, Deloitte
Hope Wohl, Chief Executive Officer, Breastcancer.Org
Lita Sands, Head of Life Sciences Business Development, Amazon Web Services
Shez Partovi, Director, Global HCLS BD, Amazon Web Services
William Zeruld, Digital Strategies, Otsuka
Time: 16:15 – 15:15pm. Location: W311E.
Smartphones Are Driving Clinical Transformation
Hospitals and health systems surveyed are making large-scale, enterprise-wide investments in smartphones and unified communications solutions to drive clinical transformation and address mission as well as patient-critical communications requirements of clinical and non-clinical mobile workers within the hospital and across care continuum. These solutions support the achievement of the Quadruple Aim by reducing costs, improving quality and outcomes and increasing patient and provider satisfaction. The speakers, representing research, clinician and administrator standpoints, will offer compelling details of what a successful deployment looks like; how to address and overcome the associated pitfalls in operationalizing a large-scale health system-wide deployment; and explore future growth opportunities involved with integrating these solutions with evidence-based clinical pathways and care management programs including support of bedside documentation and clinical surveillance.
Howard Landa MD, Vice President, Clinical Informatics, Sutter Health, and Gregg Malkary MS, Managing Director, Spyglass Consulting.
Time: 16:20 – 16:50pm. Location: Rosen Centre Grand Ballroom C.
Pfizer Spotlight: How Digital Technology is Changing Pharma
Value-based healthcare is reshaping the entire industry and its major players, including providers, payers and pharma. For pharma, technology and data are driving more effective and patient-centric clinical trials. With further advancements in technologies like mobile devices and wearables, machine learning and artificial intelligence, the pharma and biotech industries are poised to innovate existing clinical trial processes and systems – and better demonstrate therapeutic value.
In this session, two of Pfizer’s real-world data experts sit down with Shelley Price, HIMSS Director of Payer and Life Sciences, to discuss how the pharmaceutical giant is using digital tools to collect and analyze real world data, engage and reduce the burden on patients, collaborate with healthcare providers, and produce better results.
Christopher Boone, FACHE,FHIMSS,MHA,PMP, Vice President, Real World Data & Analytics, Pfizer, Hameed Farhan, Senior Director, Global Real World Center of Excellence, Pfizer, and Shelley Price, Director, Payer and Life Sciences, HIMSS,
Wednesday 13 February 2019
Time: 10:00 – 11:00am. Location: W207C
Modifying the Mobile Application Rating Scale (MARS) to Evaluate Specific Health Applications
With the explosion of today’s mobile application marketplace, there exists a need to better differentiate between the quality of available applications. Specifically, mobile health applications (applications that help either the disabled or are used in a healthcare setting) lack a common rating scale that is neither subjective nor biased. By utilizing the Mobile Application Rating Scale (MARS) and its ability to be customized in a modular fashion for a special population, a quantitative-based scoring system was implemented to better evaluate mobile applications designed for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. Furthermore, a content expert was recruited to refine our custom criteria as well as provide insight into the hard-of-hearing population’s desires for specific features in mobile applications.
Ryan L. Romero MPH, Student, University of Florida and Rick Kates, PhD, MBA
Clinical Assistant Professor, UF.
Time: 10:45 – 11:05am. Location: Hall A Booth 888.
BreatheSmart: Consumer Connected Respiratory Care
BreatheSmart from Cohero Health is a connected mobile app and device respiratory platform that motivates and educates patients and caregivers to adopt behaviors to improve patient outcomes. To achieve market adoption and scale, under value-based care, we will discuss two prerequisites for patient engagement: Testing on product efficacy and ROI with randomized controlled trials and real-world implementations and developing a patient engagement platform to empower and optimize user experience.
Joe Condurso, CEO, Cohero Health Inc.
Time: 11:15 – 11:35am. Location: Hall F Booth 9000 Innovation Live Pavilion.
Predictive medicine: the new aim of connectivity
With the explosion of data, the e-health evolution is transforming how patients and healthcare professionals interact with one another. How can we access patient information quickly? How can we react efficiently? Enovacom will present how the value of rich and comprehensive healthcare data can be made available to all stakeholders using a new technological approach. Enovacom provides integration technology and a data repository which can be used in many different areas: IOT, BIG DATA and IA.
Jean-Baptiste Michon, Marketing Product Manager, Enovacom
Time: 12:15 – 12:35pm. Location: Orlando Hall A Booth 888.
Vodafone IoT Enables iGlucose Diabetes Solutions
Diabetes is a global epidemic affecting over 475 million people worldwide, a figure expected to rise to 642 million by 2040. Smart Meter is an innovator in diabetes management systems, making technology an enabler, not a barrier, to better patient outcomes. iGlucose® is its response. iGlucose is connected via the Vodafone Managed IoT Connectivity Platform, anywhere in the world. This session shows why Vodafone IoT was the best choice to confidently deliver a simple out-of-the-box experience.
Erik Kling, Vice President, Vodafone Business
Cliff McIntosh, CEO, iGlucose
Time: 12:30 – 12:55pm. Location: Orlando Hall E Booth 8559 Microsoft Leadership Theater.
Intelligent Evolution of Connected Hospitals
Himanshu will present on the topic of IOT for Healthcare, and the challenges and strategies needed to effect change balanced against the challenges for safe and well managed deployment in the real world. Examples from projects being delivered across the globe and particularly Americas will be shared.
Himanshu Khurana, VP, Honeywell
Time: 14:30 – 15:30pm. Location: Orlando W230A.
Embracing the IoT: Ideas Are Easy, Execution Is Hard
Healthcare delivery is in need of a technological transformation. Many of the challenges facing our healthcare system today can be remedied by applying the principles of an IIoT system and combining it with AI and ML, creating a highly reliable automated system for real time decision support. This session will take you on a journey starting with the current state of the IIoT in healthcare and highlighting the gaps that exist. The speakers will paint a futuristic picture of healthcare, utilizing a standards-based, edge-computing IIoT architecture and discuss the benefits and challenges of implementation. Finally, you will be provided with the tools (reference architectures from the IIC and MD PnP) necessary to help the healthcare industry begin developing products and creating an ecosystem for a next generation of connected healthcare products.
Julian Goldman, MD, Medical Director, Biomedical Engineering , Massachusetts General Hospital and David Niewolny, MBA, Director, Healthcare Segment, Real Time Innovations.
Time: 15:00-16:00pm. Location: W224H.
Data Meets Diagnosis: How Technology is Changing Brain Health Assessments
Abstract: As medical professionals continue to integrate technology into the patient care experience, the biggest drawback of legacy systems is a lack of mobility. To truly benefit from the ongoing digital transformation, healthcare-grade solutions must be mobile and untethered to clunky devices or individual networks. Patient information today is generated through wearables on the individual and through other connected devices, like medical sensors and even home appliances. Leveraging all these data sources for clinicians and patients has lowered the cost of care in cases of chronic pain and diabetes, but other practices have been slow to adapt. This session will focus on brain health, an area where many clinicians still rely on subjective, personal evaluations to make diagnoses about traumatic brain injuries and cognitive diseases. Standardizing the evaluation process through easy to use technology is a critical way to improve accuracy for clinicians, streamline operations across organizations and most importantly, identify and treat serious brain conditions earlier when treatment is most effective. This discussion will explore this unique area of medicine and will look at how learnings from other fields where digital health tools have been deployed can be applied.
Dr David Drew, Chief Medical Officer, Samsung.
Thursday 14 February 2019
Time: 10:15am-11:15am. Location: Orlando – Orange County Convention Centre: W415D Valencia
Digital Traction in Consumerization of Healthcare
In the competition to attract young, motivated and healthy consumers, payers, providers, technology vendors and newcomers are drawing on strategies and tactics taken directly from retail marketing and advertising. How are they faring? Can we declare a winner? This session will magnify a battleground of digital health: virtual visits.
Speaker(s): Greg Orr, VP Digital Health, Walgreens, Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, Health Economist Advisor Trend Weaver, Think-Health, Nick Desai, CEO Chairman President Exec Director Admin Group Practice Mgr, Heal, Peter Rasmussen, Medical Director Digital Health, Cleveland Clinic.
Time: 11:00am-11:25am. Location: Orlando – Orange County Convention Centre
mHealth solutions have proven effective in engaging patients in active personal health management. Join us for a real world application of how voice and AI technologies can be used as a non-pharmaceutical alternative in the treatment of chronic diseases.
Behdad Navabi, Paediatric Endocrinology Fellow , CHEO, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and Timon Ledain, Director IoT, Macadamian Technologies.
Time: 11:15-11:35am. Location: Orlando Hall A Booth 400 Cybersecurity Theatre A
Solving Emerging Big Data Challenges in Healthcare
The adoption of e-health platforms has created a torrent of digital information that creates tremendous opportunities to drive personalized medicine and improve healthcare outcomes.A digital strategy for healthcare no longer focus purely on clinical systems, but must also take into account diverse datasets such as user interaction click-streams, mobile app data, cyber security data-stream, IOT,and real-time data. Learn how industries solve big data problems and apply to challenges in healthcare.
Sam Kalbag, Consultant, Micro Focus Government Solutions
Time: 11:15am-11:35am. Location: Orlando – Orange County Convention Centre. Hall D Booth 1745 Lightning sessions theatre.
Rewiring Healthcare for Clinical Interoperability
Advances in clinical interoperability, like TEFCA, have established a foundation for healthcare organizations to exchange electronic health information. Health Gorilla connects providers, patients, and key healthcare stakeholders to seamlessly exchange clinical data. This session describes our journey scaling a clinical network with partners like Apple, drchrono, and others.
Sergio Wagner, Chief Strategy Officer, Health Gorilla.
Friday 15 February 2019
Time: 12:00pm-13:00pm. Location: Orlando – Orange County Convention Centre W304A
FHIR Interoperability: Point-of-Care Healthcare Apps in the Real World
Health information interoperability has historically been a daunting issue for healthcare systems with differing electronic medical records (EHRs) or those looking to export or import technical solutions developed on other EHRs. Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) are an open-source solution that’s been increasingly adopted across EHRs and healthcare systems with the recent example of Apple including a personal health record in iOS, allowing patients to access their own data. While data sharing is becoming more feasible, there is practically little in the way of EHR-integrated, point of care healthcare applications (apps) utilizing FHIR that could be broadly scaled across both healthcare systems and EHRs. This session will describe Geisinger’s evolving approach to using FHIR resources to extend homegrown apps beyond our current EHR system, allowing us to share our innovation more broadly than ever before.
Speaker(s): Jon Billet, Director of Software Engineering and Enterprise Software Architect, Geisinger Health System and Ryan Van Loan, Manager Research and Development, Geisinger Health.
mHealth to discover on the exhibition floor:
Halo Communications (USA/Booth 458)
The Halo Patient Coordinator allows patient care teams to be created, managed and adjusted automatically through Halo’s native scheduling product and integration with a health system’s existing clinical applications. Care teams can also be updated manually, giving clinicians flexibility to adjust teams in real-time settings. Key features of the product include: • Patient-focused messaging – With one tap, clinicians can pull up patient-specific critical information right on a mobile device. Using the secure messaging capabilities on Halo’s platform, each message can thread down to a single patient, eliminating ambiguity and miscommunications. • Simple handoffs – With Halo Patient Coordinator, handoffs can be initiated automatically, and the patient’s care team members are adjusted instantly as shifts rotate. • One-way updates – Patient’s family members can receive one-way messages from members of the care team, providing instant updates throughout their loved one’s care. • Case-by-case syncing with EMR– Notably, messages through Halo Patient Coordinator can be optionally synced back to the patient’s EMR for documentation purposes.
Robusdical is developing cutting edge technology for mHealth, telemedicine and in home care.
Cardinal Analytx (USA/Booth 888-33)
Cardinal Analytx promotes the ‘Right Care Sooner! Our machine learning methods have shown 2-3x greater accuracy over existing risk prediction methods and these combined with clinical insights and engagement analytics allow risk bearers to proactively address rising risk, improve precision of steerage solutions, and inform underwriting and value based contracting. The majority of the highest cost members are newly high cost members, not persistent high cost members. Yet, existing analytics tools and programs focus on persistent high cost members who are already very ill. Care Management teams grapple with long target lists and low engagement rates.
AsReader Inc (USA/Booth 1075)
AsReader, Inc. manufactures Healthcare-grade Batteries/Chargers and Barcode Scanners for the Medical Industry. Our sleds turn mobile/smartphones into professional medical Barcode Scanners for Patient, Medication, and Specimen Management. We also specialize in RFID (both UHF RAIN and HF/NFC) for mobile devices. Sleds are available for nearly all models of Apple iOS® iPhone®, iPad®, and the iPod touch® as well as selected Android phones and tablets. We specialize in rugged barcode sleds/cases and pocket-sized mobile batteries/chargers for nursing care, hospitals, and more. Use your smartphone As a Reader!
Healthasyst (USA/Booth 1075)
Mobile pre-registration of CheckinAsyst offers unmatched flexibility for patients to complete their forms and pay outstanding prior to their visit-anytime, anywhere.
Datalogic (/Booth 1641)
MEMOR™ 10 – THE POWER OF A SMARTPHONE, DESIGNED FOR ENTERPRISE. FEATURES • 5 inch capacitive multi-touch HD display with Dragontrail™ hardened glass • Android 8.1 (Oreo) with Google Mobile Services • Wireless charging eliminates all contacts on the device and cradle • Ruggedized with drop resistance to 1.5m / 5ft to concrete and IP65 sealing • Dual band Wi-Fi including the latest 802.11ac standard and 802.11r/k for fast roaming • Assisted GPS for location based apps • Voice-Enterprise Certified • Bluetooth v4.2 short range wireless technology • NFC for proximity communications • Advanced 2D ultra-slim imager with Datalogic’s patented ‘Green Spot’ technology for visual good-read feedback • Datalogic’s SoftSpot™ technology for innovative triggering through the touch display • Chemical resistant plastics / enclosures designed to withstand daily cleaning with harsh disinfectant solutions
Mobile Heartbeat (USA/Booth 4179).
Mobile Heartbeat is a leading provider of enterprise mobility clinical communications and collaboration solutions that improve clinical workflow and provide secure team communications, enabling better patient care at a lower cost. The company’s Unified Clinical Communication platform, MH-CURE, gives clinicians what they want and need: simple, secure access to their patients and other care team members with clinically relevant patient information—no matter where they are. Based upon its Clinical Unified Results Enterprise (CURE) technology, MH-CURE dramatically improves clinical workflows across the enterprise, freeing clinicians to focus on what they do best: care for their patients.
Samsung Electronics America (USA/Booth 5247)
Samsung Business provides a diverse portfolio of enterprise technologies from smartphones to wearables, tablets, and digital displays. We are committed to putting the business customer at the core of everything we do by delivering comprehensive products, solutions and services across diverse industries. For more information, please visit samsung.com/business, call 1-866-SAM-4BIZ or follow Samsung Business via Twitter: @SamsungBizUSA.
ITI Technology (S Korea/Booth 5448)
SMB MOBILE SMART MEDIATABLE BUILT-IN 17.3″ TOUCH SCREEN. Good for Bed Table and Smart 17.3” Touch Screen O Tempered Glass protected and Infection control O Removable MediaTable O Rotation, Clockwise and Counter clockwise • functional, stabile and comfortable MEDIATABLE • smooth-running mobility • height adjustment • ergonomic tilting by 0°, 20°, 40°, 90° for both sides • high security when burdened with up to 30 kg • removable MediaTable with recessed grips, safely fixed • hygiene surfaces that are easy to clean • pneumatic springs allow height lift of the table of 79 to 104 cm
Varian Medical Systems (USA/Booth 6143)
Varian Mobile empowers clinicians to access and edit their ARIA® clinical data anywhere in real time. View, interact with and edit your appointments, tasks, patient summaries, patient face & setup photos, dictate notes and much more. Simplify your workflow for smoother clinic operations and improve the quality of your life. http://www.varian.com/VarianMobile
Humetrix (USA/Booth 6578)
Humetrix has pioneered the development of innovative patient-facing mobile health platforms over the past 20 years, starting with smart card health applications in Europe and Asia, and later with smartphone health applications for care-coordination iBlueButton, emergency care SOS QR, and chronic care management TENSIO. A strong advocate of the Blue Button initiative from its launch, Humetrix has been an industry partner of the ONC and CMS for the development of Blue Button Standards and the formulation of the new CMS Blue Button 2.0 API. Humetrix mHealth applications have won multiple government and industry awards in the U.S. and in Europe.
Jamf (USA/Booth 7261)
Through industry-leading mobile healthcare solutions, Jamf enables organizations to transform patient experience with iPad. Using Jamf Pro to manage iPads, iPhones and Apple TVs allows providers to deliver faster, more personalized care to their patients while simultaneously improving communications within their care teams. Patients have more control throughout their stay, which enhances their overall experience. Better healthcare is here, and its’s possible with Jamf.
Transility (USA/Booth 8541)
We are a Software Development company bringing greatest technology usage onboard to help healthcare industry. Being an Interoperability expert, we provide an open-source healthcare data integration platform to our clients for integration of their products with various Health system quickly. We are a seasoned team of HIPPA certified engineers building custom software solutions for leading healthcare companies. Our solution ranges from Practice Management, Patient Engagement, Healthcare Insurance, Appointment & Scheduling, Remote Patient Monitoring, Tele-Health, Home-Healthcare, mHealth and IoT-health devices. We are development partner for EPIC, Athenahealth, Allscripts, Cerner, AdvancedMD and GE-Healthcare.
Blue Spark Technologies (USA/Booth 8559-13)
Blue Spark Technologies’ latest innovation, TempTraq®, is the only Bluetooth®, wearable, disposable, temperature monitor in the form of a soft, comfortable patch that continuously, safely and comfortably, monitors body temperature for up to 72 hours and sends alerts to Apple® or Android™ compatible mobile devices. The company’s TempTraq Connect HIPAA-compliant cloud service supported by the Google Healthcare Cloud Platform allows hospitals and caregivers to monitor body temperature from anywhere. It also allows direct integration with health care provider electronic health records (EHR) systems and central nursing stations, providing a secure method of storing patient health care data.
Alfred SmartHub/11 Health and Technologies Inc (USA/Booth 8559-25)
The Alfred SmartHub is the smart assistant that connects the bag and baseplate wirelessly. It is designed to monitor the stoma and assist in reducing the chances of infections, which will aid in improving quality of life. The category-defining product benefits include real-time output data access from the Alfred mobile app, smart alerts on your mobile app, and wirelessly syncs data to the Cloud via Bluetooth® and cellular/mobile data.
Combining Smart Technology with the world’s first one to one Patient Coach Program that provides both technical and emotional support to patients, we have a complete care management platform that is the new gold standard in healthcare for both patients and clinicians.
Mobile Eye – Crowdsource wireless network monitoring/7SIGNAL Solutions Inc (USA/Booth 8559-25)
Finally, a solution that diagnoses Wi-Fi issues at the end point. Mobile Eye empowers organizations to continuously monitor the wireless network from any Windows, Android, Mac OS or IOS device. Know if the issue is wired, wireless or device related in seconds.
Highmark Interactive: EQ Active Brain Tracking (USA/Booth 9000-41)
EQ is a mobile neurological assessment tool focused on concussion management. It utilizes engaging games that are clinically evaluated tests for cognitive, vestibular and visual-motor functions. EQ is perfect for clinics that are interested in baseline testing, sports leagues & organizations, schools & academies, and many more use cases.
AMCHART (USA/Booth 9000-47)
See how we are using an EMR, Personal Health Record, and our mobile Health Companion to monitor patients in India and to improve outcomes when it comes to diabetes and cardiovascular management.
Mobisoft Infotech (?/Booth 9000-97)
1. NEMT: Provide reliable and cost-effective non-emergency medical transportation services with a technology first approach to patient transportation. 2. Medicine Ordering: Provide convenient and affordable access to prescription drugs and healthcare products online. 3. Telehealth: Enables clinics, hospitals, and healthcare startups to offer robust telehealth to every patient. 4. Appointment Scheduling: Ease down the appointment booking process for patients with a seamless mobile app booking interface.
Veradigm Health (USA/Booth MP183-5)
Veradigm is an integrated data systems and services business that combines data-driven clinical insights with actionable tools for clinical workflow, research, analytics and media. Our solutions are designed to help key healthcare stakeholders to improve the quality, efficiency, and value of healthcare delivery – from biopharma to health plans, healthcare providers, health technology partners, and most importantly, the patients they serve. We are dedicated to simplifying the complicated healthcare system with next-generation healthcare solutions. That is how we are transforming health, insightfully. Veradigm™ is an Allscripts Company
Update: Some photos (posted until I get time to post a review)
Hal Wolf, President and CEO, HIMSS congratulates Prof Linda Macomber, National University San Diego on making it to #HIMSS19. Linda attended her first HIMSS Conference 30 years ago!