Thursday, July 19 | Care Coordination, Interoperability, Videos
Back From #HIMSS18 - A Recap
Last week, thousands of healthcare and IT professionals from across the globe convened in Las Vegas for the annual #HIMSS18 conference. Today on CareThreads, we feature some of our favorite highlights from the leading health information and technology conference.
Visitors to our Netsmart booth took advantage of meetings, demonstrations and learned more about how we are working to achieve whole-person care by connecting addiction treatment, behavioral health, care at home and senior living to the rest of healthcare.
Counting down the days until #HIMSS18! Things are coming together nicely and we are super excited to see you! Make sure to visit us at booth 1917 during the conference to find out how we’re connecting the missing pieces of #healthcare! https://t.co/ZzNmA85itv pic.twitter.com/2pz2zcqDAO— Netsmart (@NetsmartTech) March 2, 2018
Focusing on finishing touches for booth 1917 at #HIMSS18! Looking forward to seeing everyone! #NTST pic.twitter.com/rZ5doRBrH4— Netsmart (@NetsmartTech) March 6, 2018
Great conversation, demonstrations and more! Booth 1917 at #HIMSS18 is where it’s at for all things #NTST. Take time to stop by and meet with our knowledgeable associates. Everyone is welcome! pic.twitter.com/oCkRjOIDgR— Netsmart (@NetsmartTech) March 7, 2018
HIMSS Interoperability Showcase attendees toured use cases that demonstrated the exchange of data to improve outcomes through interoperability. Individuals had the chance to engage and interact with various vendors and experts to discuss care coordination and interoperability. Our use cases focused on using interoperability to achieve value-based care and to help curb the nation’s opioid epidemic.
Thanks to @ONC_HealthIT for stopping by to see us at the #HIMSS18 #Interoperability Showcase! #valuebasedcare #opioids pic.twitter.com/PEglyXojLV— Netsmart (@NetsmartTech) March 6, 2018
Our very own Scott Green and Matthew Arnheiter stopped by the American Well booth to talk more about our recent telehealth partnership.
Our very own Scott Green and Matthew Arnheiter presenting at the @Amwell booth! #HIMSS18 #telehealth #partnership #NTST pic.twitter.com/DXOXfVVFMM— Netsmart (@NetsmartTech) March 6, 2018
The National Council for Behavioral Healthcare took time to share a real-life instance of working with providers across the state of New York to provide value-based care and reduce rehospitalization rates of individuals with serious mental illness.
#Technology is required for patient and family-centered care design and a quality data-dependent enterprise. @NationalCouncil #HIMSS18 #NTST pic.twitter.com/TlOTMJAibX— Netsmart (@NetsmartTech) March 6, 2018
.@NationalCouncil at #HIMSS18: Care transition support services are proven to reduce costs. pic.twitter.com/FXVHgO2ta4— Netsmart (@NetsmartTech) March 6, 2018
WellPower’s Dr. Wes Williams stopped by The Sequoia Project’s booth where he gave a fantastic presentation about care collaboration across health networks made possible through information exchange, such as the Carequality framework.
You have to ensure that #technology improves workflow. @drweswilliams @MHCD_News #HIMSS18 @CarequalityNet @sequoiaproject pic.twitter.com/P7CkcUa4o5— Netsmart (@NetsmartTech) March 7, 2018
As healthcare communities continue to integrate, there is tremendous potential for healthcare technology to create an environment of care that is truly comprehensive and focused on the whole person. Here’s to a great #HIMSS18 where there were lots of great opportunities to learn from one another! Looking forward to seeing you at #HIMSS19 in Orlando, Florida!
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