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Getting the Most From HIMSS: Perspectives from a Long-Time Attendee

In a few weeks, the masses of healthcare providers, payers, vendors, government employees, trade press and others will descend into Orlando for yet another HIMSS Conference. First-time attendees can get overwhelmed and end up not taking full advantage of what HIMSS has to offer, not only the vendor exhibits and the education sessions, but also the amazing networking opportunities.

I have been to more than ten HIMSS conferences now, playing various roles as a Federal government executive, vendor, speaker, and HIMSS Committee representative. Based on my experiences, I want to offer a few ideas to help you with your HIMSS19 experience. Read Further...

Editor: Tony Trenkle
Tony is a Nationally recognized Health IT leader and former CMS CIO.
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