Debuts and Announcements at #HIMSS16

himss16-200HIMSS 2016: Transforming Health Through IT
February 29-March 4, 2016
Las Vegas NV
Follow on Twitter: #HIMSS16

With over 1300 vendors exhibiting at this year’s HIMSS, there will be more than any one person can take in during the five days. It has always been an opportunity for organizations to debut products and make major announcements. Here are some we have caught wind of.

ZirMed – Booth 6647
Twitter: @ZirMed
ZirMed will launch its new Remit and Deposit Management system. The company said the new system is designed to help provider organizations greatly reduce the manual work typically involved with reconciling payments.

Panasonic Healthcare Solutions – Booth 3469
Twitter: @Pan_Healthcare
Announcing the debut of two new handheld Toughpad tablets that are ideal for a variety of healthcare professionals and generating tremendous interest. They will also be showcasing an expanded range of new mobility solutions including the new Q1 widescreen tablet—all of which include key features that are designed to help healthcare providers extend the continuum of care and improve patient outcomes through improved clinician mobility and access to information.

Dell – Booth 4416
Twitter: @DellHealth
Dell is demonstrating its continued commitment to healthcare IT by unveiling a new device for healthcare professionals, engineered to meet exacting industry standards as well as advancements in cloud technology and genomics.

Sunquest – Booth 1925
Twitter: @SunquestInfoSys
Stop by Sunquest where they will be debuting its new logo and branding that reflects Sunquest’s emergence to a new era as part of the Roper Industry family with increased focus on expanding capabilities beyond the lab. Though Sunquest has been around for more than 30 years, it is expanding its global presence (recently acquired the UK-based CliniSys), relocating its corporate headquarters and establishing a new center for innovation.

Secure Care Products LLC – Booth 11620
Secure Care Products is hosting a launch party, March 1st 8pm at the Wynn/Encore, for their ENVisionIT, a state-of-the-art Real Time Locating System (RTLS). The ENVisionIT RTLS Solution is the next generation in RTLS with a Return on Investment (ROI) that can be realized in less than a year. This event is by invitation only, with a live demonstration of their asset, patient, and staff management solutions. Request your invitation today!

Spectralink Corporation – Booth 443 and 11665
Twitter: @SpectralinkCorp
Spectralink will be demonstrating the complete PIVOT portfolio and recent enhancements at booth 443 and in the Intelligent Health Pavilion booth 11665. These services and features extend the capabilities of PIVOT smartphones to support additional healthcare applications with lower total cost of ownership, addressing the need for critical mobile communication in acute care environments.

Wolters Kluwer – Booth 5537
Twitter: @Wolters_Kluwer
Wolters Kluwer has released the Health Language Enterprise Terminology Management Platform, which helps healthcare organizations maximize investments made in data warehouses, analytics engines and population health management tools by standardizing and normalizing clinical, claims and administrative data from across disparate systems. The platform can be leveraged by HIT vendors to enhance and expand product offerings. For more information go check out their booth.

Summit Healthcare – Booth 3700
Twitter: @SummitHCare
Summit Healthcare will debut its latest product at the HIMSS16. The new platform, Summit Exchange, will give hospitals, IDNs and medical centers the ability to extend the reach of their data exchange and health systems integration to community networks, including physician practices, rehabilitation centers, clinics and more.

Nautilus Medical Inc. – Booth 8482
Twitter: @NautilusMedical
Nautilus Medical Inc. has announced worldwide availability of MatrixRay, its next-generation Radiology Image Management platform. MatrixRay is the first device-independent radiology platform that enables access to radiology studies worldwide via a peer-to-peer exchange network of physicians and other clinicians.