Wednesday, February 28 | Care Coordination, Cause Connected, Netsmart Culture, Partnerships and Collaboration

Netsmart at #HIMSS18: What to Expect

By Netsmart

The leading health information and technology event, #HIMSS18, is right around the corner! From March 5 – 9, join Netsmart and thousands of healthcare professionals for five days of education, innovation and professional networking.

This year at #HIMSS18, you will see how Netsmart is connecting the MISSING PIECES – addiction treatment, behavioral health, care at home and senior living – to all of healthcare.

Find out how you can position your organization for success by integrating care and making interoperability a reality to achieve better outcomes at lower costs.

WHERE TO FIND NETSMART 

Find us at booth 1917 where you can find out how your organization can thrive in the evolving, value-driven market. As the market begins to require a population health management strategy and healthcare organizations are tasked with additional responsibility inside and outside their four walls, you need technology partners and a network to help support whole-person, integrated care. 

Visit our booth to connect with our subject matter experts, ask questions, charge your mobile device, and enter to win a Canary View HD indoor security camera.

BREAKOUT SHOWCASES AND SESSIONS:

The Interoperability Showcase is buzzing with excitement throughout #HIMSS18; make sure to visit Netsmart at one or both of our use case demonstrations. Netsmart will be featured in Value-Based Care and Opioid Addiction Care.

The Interoperability Showcase is located on Level 1 of the Sands Expo Center in Hall G, booth 11955.

Tours begin at 45 minutes past each hour and last approximately 25 minutes.

  • Monday, March 5            6 – 8 p.m. (Opening Reception)
  • Tuesday, March 6           9:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Wednesday, March 7      9:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Thursday, March 8          9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Be sure to join us for a can’t-miss mission session on Tuesday, March 6 at 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. in Marcello 4405. Our partners at National Council for Behavioral Health, along with collaboration from Netsmart, focus on the technology and techniques used by the Care Transitions Network for People with Serious Mental Illness in New York state.

While you’re in the exhibit hall on Wednesday, March 7, stop by the Sequoia Project’s booth (3374) at 1 p.m., where Dr. Wes Williams, VP & CIO from Mental Health Center of Denver, will be presenting about the data sharing initiative made possible by the Carequality interoperability framework.

CONNECT AND SHARE:

We want to hear from you! Throughout the week, tag us in your favorite #HIMSS18 moments with us on Twitter or Facebook.  Make sure to include #HIMSS18 and #NTST in your posts!

More than just an EHR, Netsmart is committed to connecting the MISSING PIECES of healthcare, with a focus on addiction treatment, behavioral Health, care at home and senior living with a central focus of serving the whole person. We’re excited to show you what lies ahead for healthcare technology. See you soon!

 

 

 

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