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Six Reasons to Visit Merge Healthcare at HIMSS15
Alternate text Posted by Michael Klozotsky on 3/17/2015 11:49:22 AM

Six Reasons to Visit Merge Healthcare at HIMSS15
If you’ve been working in healthcare IT for any length of time, you know that HIMSS isn’t just another industry conference. It’s the biggest, most expansive collection of health IT companies, products, services, and solutions you’ll find gathered in one place all year. HIMSS15, taking place April 12 – 16 at Chicago’s McCormick Place convention center, promises to continue the tradition

I’m happy to report that warmer weather has already started to make an appearance here in the Windy City; by mid-April spring should have arrived in force so you won’t have to brave the elements to see Merge participating in the HIMSS Interoperability Showcase, a live interactive demonstration where health IT solution providers collaborate to maximize the collective impact of their technologies, as well as the CHIME Healthcare CIO Forum beginning on Sunday, April 12. Merge’s Chief Strategy Officer, Steven Tolle, will host an engaging conversation about HHS’s alternative payments timeline and the risks and opportunities it creates for hospitals and health systems on Tuesday, April 14, as a part of the CIO Forum.

And, when it comes to our booth (#2331), we’ll be there to discuss and demonstrate the solutions you need to manage interoperability and be the center of connected care with a clear plan for all your imaging challenges. Here’s a sneak peak of what you’ll discover at our booth:

  1. Find out how to support teleradiology and reading workflow with Merge PACS™, our centralized composite worklist model enables you operate and communicate more efficiently. Reading and viewing images as well as communicating results anywhere you have web access. Use your radiologists more efficiently with specialty worklists and viewing—leading to increased business and better workflow.
  2. Learn ways to maximize your EHR investment and improve physician loyalty through solutions that allow you to exchange imaging orders and results electronically with community providers.
  3. Hear more about Merge’s recent acquisition of DR Systems to learn why we’re so excited to have expanded the Merge footprint, in addition to strengthening our commitment to delivering  solutions that enable our healthcare partners to elevate their clinical success, financial results, and the health of their communities.
  4. Discover how to manage narrow networks and prepare for value-based payments through a new way to power your entire workflow and stay ahead of the curve as market changes continue.
  5. See how you can achieve a streamlined approach with specialty solutions like our KLAS award-winning Merge Cardio™, Merge Hemo™, and now Merge Unity RIS™ solutions, which provide you with enterprise-wide cardiology & radiology management and real-time documentation.
  6. Get a free gift from Merge! Just by filling out a quick survey at our booth #2331, you’ll get what is sure to be one of the coolest giveaways at HIMSS15, if we do say so ourselves.

And lest I forget, we’ll also be making a big business announcement at HIMSS15. How big? Let’s just say that it’s been a struggle to keep a cat this feisty in the bag, but we’ll be doing our best until April. Trust me—you won’t want to miss this news.

Want to preschedule a meeting with Merge? Submit this simple meeting request form and we will reach out to get you on the calendar. We look forward to seeing you here in our very own Hometown Chicago in a few short weeks.
 
Filed under: CHIME, DR, HIMSS15, Interoperability

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