Just like that, another successful year at HIMSS is in the books.
First off, we would like to thank everybody that took the time to chat with us at our booth during the show. It was a pleasure meeting so many fantastic people and learning about their integration stories.
It reminded us why we like attending HIMSS so much each and every year. HIMSS provides an opportunity for our team to talk with a lot of great people who are just as passionate about improving healthcare through integration as we are. We’ve been working in healthcare integration for over 20 years and we continue to be impressed by the relentless innovation in the field, and the new ways in which providers are using integration to improve care delivery. Not to mention the high level of determination exhibited by those working in health IT to move the industry forward.
This year was no exception. Whether it was over lunch, in the halls of the convention centre, or at our booth, we had some terrific conversations centred around integration.
Speaking of our booth, the theme this year was enterprise integration. Our focus was on demonstrating how our full range of solutions offerings can help healthcare organizations significantly reduce costs, protect against the risk of downtime, and use data to make more informed decisions. But it wasn’t all business, all the time at HIMSS. Our booth also featured an eye-catching ice sculpture! This proved to be a popular attraction throughout our three days on the show floor.
Once again, thank you to all of the wonderful people who visited our booth and shared their story with us. We enjoyed building stronger relationships with our current customers, as well as planting the seeds for success with some new faces. All in all, we felt that HIMSS 17 was a big win for both our company and our customers. If you did not get a chance to talk to us about either Iguana or our integration solutions at HIMSS, don’t worry. You can get in touch with us at any time via our contact page.
For the attendees of HIMSS 17, how did you feel about the show this year? What leaped out at you as the biggest themes of the show? Who was your favourite speaker?