HIMSS13 is the Ideal Venue to Start an Epidemic (of Physician Adoption of Healthcare IT)

March 4, 2013  |  Category: Company Updates

When the exhibit floor of the HIMSS13 conference opens this afternoon in New Orleans, there will be more than 30,000 people milling about in close quarters – the perfect setting for a contagion to spread like wildfire. But what if, rather than a germ or virus, the “contagion” was a beneficial form of information technology? What if it promised hospitals a way to drive physician efficiency, productivity and satisfaction?  Transmitting something like that around the New Orleans Convention Center and beyond doesn’t sound so bad.

Well, PatientKeeper plans to use HIMSS13 to start an “epidemic” that healthcare IT professionals, their hospitals and physician users will welcome – an “epidemic” of software adoption that will lead to Meaningful Use, improved patient care and safety, and physician satisfaction. If you’re at HIMSS13, swing by booth #2210 to see a demonstration of PatientKeeper’s highly “infectious” applications – CPOE, mobile CPOE, charge capture, documentation, and more – that over 50,000 physicians already make part of their daily workflow.

This post was written by PatientKeeper's TransforMED blogging team.