Good morning, all. Happy HIMSS Tuesday.
If you're like us, you had a great + hectic + exhausting first day at HIMSS. This being our first year here, we're trying to soak up as much as we can. There were some great sessions / speakers yesterday, and there's an awesome agenda in our neck of the woods—"Innovation Live" (hall G)—across today.
Recapping yesterday, here are what we saw as the top Twitter insights from #HIMSS18, day 1:
Today is the first day of @HIMSS! A big topic of conversation in health informatics is blockchain technology. Learn more about its role: https://t.co/Ccll0ABnHU— JU Online Programs (@JUOnlineDegrees) March 5, 2018
#HIMSS #HIMSS18 #GlobalHealth pic.twitter.com/aeISatNss1
RT @kousikraj #HIMSS18— The HealthCare IT Experts Blog (@HCITExpert) March 5, 2018
Its interesting to learn that attention span for a distressed patient could be around just 8seconds which is less than a goldfish that has 9seconds. Micro content is so important in #patientengagement @HIMSS #HIMSS2018 #Engage4He… https://t.co/BJLdlpyDXT
Why do fax machines refuse to die in #healthcare? @Colin_Hung & @BonKu brought this up during #HIMSS18 today. #hcldr— Joe Babaian (@JoeBabaian) March 5, 2018
Here are some reasons I've heard - Privacy. Security. Digital Divide. HIPAA. Audit trail. Cheap. More:
✔️ https://t.co/AIp2YWmU6r pic.twitter.com/5GSs9NYLyh
Love @AmyCueva’s description of human-centered #design as an empathetic means to improve peoples’ lives — so much more than making things “pretty,” especially in health. #AIM2Innovate #engage4health #HIMSS18— Lygeia Ricciardi (@Lygeia) March 5, 2018
Don't forget to stop by the Digitize.AI booth—#9900-41—to:
see live demos of Lia, the A.I. Assistant for Prior Authorizations (link)and
compete in daily contests (link)... daily winners get an Amazon Echo Dot!