We’re happy to share photos that show how the momentum continued throughout day two of HIMSS16!
Conference-goers were flocking to take in product demonstrations, as well as hear client success stories presented by Ali Anderson, Data Analyst at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, and Lisa Maples, Director of Patient Logistics at Health First.
Booth #7410 was the place to be at HIMSS16 yesterday! More than 40,000 people are walking the floors of the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas this week, and it’s TeleTracking’s biggest and best opportunity to share how our solutions are making an impact.
After having just been named Patient Flow Category Leader for the 5th consecutive year by U.S. healthcare market research leader KLAS, we’re taking our solutions to the HIMSS16 Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas February 29 – March 4, 2016. This is one of the largest health IT shows of the year, bringing together more than 40,000 health IT professionals, clinicians, executives and vendors from around the world.
The crowds flocking to HIMSS16 demonstrate how much the field of patient flow is evolving. When TeleTracking started 25 years ago, the notion of patient flow didn’t exist. However, the idea has been steadily growing as hospitals and health systems begin understanding the important role that effective, efficient flow plays in patient experience, caregiver experience and the other factors that drive value.
The beginning of each year is the perfect time to reflect and look to the future with energy, passion and optimism. This is particularly true as 2016 marks TeleTracking’s 25th year of helping hospitals and health systems deliver more timely and purposeful care. When we started this journey in 1991, the internet was in its infancy and hotels were doing a better job of getting rooms cleaned and ready for the next guest than hospitals.