Launching & Annoucements at HIMSS19
The HIMSS Global Conference & Exhibition brings together 45,000+ health information and technology professionals, clinicians, executives and market suppliers from around the world. Exceptional education, world-class speakers, cutting-edge products and powerful networking are hallmarks of this industry-leading conference.
We are at HIMSS19 in Orlando talking to vendors, attendees, and HIMSS news bureau. Here are some of the announcements coming from the conference.
Bits In Glass to Demo Real-Time Blood Pressure Data Syncing Technology at HIMSS
Bits In Glass (BIG) (@BitsInGlass), an award-winning software consulting firm serving clients across North America, will demonstrate live at HIMSS how electronic health records (EHRs) can be populated with real-time blood pressure data and automatically alert medical teams of issues, regardless of their location.
Partner Enterprise Application Imprivata Mobile Device Access Achieves Certified Integration with Spectralink Versity Smartphone
Spectralink (@SpectralinkCorp), a leader in enterprise mobile solutions, and Imprivata® (@Imprivata), announce the certification of Imprivata Mobile Device Access, healthcare’s only mobile authentication solution that enables fast, secure access to clinical mobile devices and applications, for the Versity enterprise smartphone. Seamless, workflow-driven communications powered by this joint solution ensure rapid response and care team collaboration, while empowering caregivers to deliver more personalized, focused care for their patients throughout the day.
Zynx Health Debuts Lumynz Solution to Assess the Utilization of Evidence-Based Interventions and Measure the Financial Impact to Healthcare Organizations
Zynx Health (@zynxhealth), a market leader in providing evidence- and experience-based clinical decision support since 1996, announced the launch of Lumynz, a breakthrough surveillance and analytics SaaS platform that measures the utilization of evidence-based interventions and the impact on financial outcomes. Healthcare leaders attending the HIMSS19 Global Conference and Exhibition in Orlando will have the opportunity to preview Lumynz and meet with Zynx Health representatives at Booth 1921.
CommonWell Health Alliance Launches CommonWell Connector Program
CommonWell Health Alliance (@CommonWell) announced a new option for health IT vendors and health care practitioners looking to connect to the nationwide CommonWell interoperability network. Through creation of this new CommonWell Connector™ program, participating CommonWell members who provide integration platforms and services will now be able to offer CommonWell services to their customers, including both to provider organizations and to other end-user facing platforms such as EHRs.
Visit Bridge Patient Portal at HIMSS19
Bridge Patient Portal (@Bridge_PP), a provider of patient engagement solutions, will be exhibiting (Booth #5992) at the HIMSS 2019. This is the second year that they are exhibiting at HIMSS and are excited to be showcasing the latest developments to their suite of patient engagement solutions, including: Patient Portal *NEW VERSION 3*; Patient Intake / Check-In Solution *NEW*; Client-Branded Mobile App *NEW*; EHR/PM/RCM/HIE Interface Engine *NEW INTERFACES*.
Medal Unveils New Platform that Revolutionizes Health Data Transfer
At HIMSS, Medal (@GetMedal) will be unveiling a new platform that can extract, process and contextualize the vast amount of information that exists about patients – and present it to physicians in a timely and relevant way. It’s the “best kept secret in healthcare,” according to the Center for Medical Interoperability’s Richard B. Tayrien – a complete system for extracting medical information from every possible source where data is trapped: fax, printed paper, health information exchange data, and from most EHRs. Machine learning and natural language processing match over 300 medical attributes to each word of unstructured text, making it the most comprehensive clinical story-generator on the market. It means that clinicians can more easily gain access to critical data that could save a patient’s life.