This March is packed with in person conferences this year. This week’s Friday Five takes a look at some of our top picks from Florida to DC to Texas to California. You can get all those frequent flyer miles back that you lost out on these past two years. Here is hoping they will actually be in-person events.
HealthcareNOW Radio’s time is done at HIMSS21 but we had a great time at our studio booth, 3700. It was great to finally see people in person again. Today’s Friday Five is five thank yous we have from our time at the conference this year. See you next Spring in Orlando.
HIMSS21 is finally here – five days packed with learning, insights, networking and even a little fun. Be sure to review our posts highlighting the sessions, activities and booths not to be missed. And don’t forget to come by and say hello at our studio booth, 3700. See you in Vegas!
HealthcareNOW Radio will be LIVE from HIMSS21 August 9 – 13 in Las Vegas. Don’t miss us in our studio booth 3700. The Friday Five this week gives you a sneak peek at our lineup.
Heading to HIMSS21 in Las Vegas in August? Looking to learn more on the PopHealth Management front? We rounded up some sessions and exhibitors that want to help. Stop by, they will be glad to see you.
This week’s Friday Five highlights the upcoming health IT conferences that we here at Answers Media Company believe are definitely worth attending.
The HIMSS conference returns to in-person this August. With a demand for healthcare and healthcare technology in a digital world, the telehealth conversation is ever-evolving. Learn from the experts and join the discussion so you can plan and prepare for what’s next at HIMSS21.
Voice marketing is becoming a critical component for marketers and is loosely defined as using strategies and tactics to reach a target audience through voice-enabled digital devices, and specifically smartphones and smart speakers.
Check out HealthcareNOW Radio’s telehealth infographic. It highlights the top benefits, types of services, mechanisms for delivery, how payment works, and how COVID-19 has increased the demand for telehealth.