Photo Gallery of Information Technology Showcased at HIMSS22 – Imaging Technology News

HIMSS22 hosted nearly 29,000 attendees on-site and on HIMSS22 Digital who attended for the education, innovation and collaboration they need to reimagine health and wellness for everyone, everywhere. For most, it was a refreshing change from the industry’s 2021 trade shows. 
There was a robust crowd waiting to register for HIMSS22, with waiting lines rivaling those of pre-COVID.
At HIMSS22, Elekta Vice President of Marketing for Oncology Informatics Matt Vigar discussed Elekta’s focus on digital transformation. “We are moving toward cloud based services, so we partnered with Microsoft,” he told ITN Editorial Director Melinda Taschetta-Millane. “We chose Azure Cloud when we moved toward really focusing on this concept.” Find more HIMSS22 information.
Intelerad Medical Systems launched its new Enterprise Imaging and Informatics Suite at HIMSS22. Synthesizing the leading solutions from recently acquired brands including Clario, Ambra Health, Digisonics, HeartIT, and LUMEDX, Intelerad’s suite empowers hospitals and health systems to break down siloed data and create a seamless, vendor-neutral information hub, integrating vital patient data across the entire healthcare ecosystem. Read more here.
At HIMSS22GE Healthcare announced its intention to introduce Edison Digital Health Platform, a vendor-agnostic hosting and data aggregation platform with an integrated artificial intelligence (AI) engine. The platform is being developed to enable hospitals and healthcare systems to effectively deploy the clinical, workflow, analytics and AI tools which would support the improvement of  care delivery, the promotion of high-efficiency operations, and the increase of revenue growth, while also supporting reduction in the IT burden that typically comes with installing and integrating apps across the enterprise. Find more information on the launch here.
“To bring innovation and the agile approaches of smaller [information technology] companies to healthcare, you need to hide the complexities of the healthcare stack,” said Dr. Felix Nensa (top), during GE Healthcare’s introduction of Edison Digital Health Platform, a vendor-agnostic hosting and data aggregation platform with an integrated artificial intelligence (AI) engine, at HIMSS22.  “Edison Digital Health Platform does exactly that.” Image credits: Dr. Felix Nensa, GE Healthcare
At the GE Healthcare booth, Editorial Director Melinda Taschetta-Millane learned more about Boundaryless Healthcare from Priyank Sharma, and how digital tools are allowing clinicians to collaborate seamlessly with peers, practice within an optimized department, and provide their best- most efficient care- to patients at every visit. Here, the Vscan Air is being discussed. More information can be found here.
Attendees learn about Edison Health at the GE Healthcare booth at HIMSS22
Lead the Disruption was Vital Images, a Canon Medical Group‘s, theme this year at HIMSS22. “By lead the disruption, we mean there’s a lot of things within the enterprise imaging space and the PACS space, and we kind of were lucky enough to start with a new clean sheet of paper,” Jack Oblein, Director of Sales Enablement, explained to Editorial Director Melinda Taschetta-Millane. “We don’t have a huge install base that we have to migrate and do those sorts of transitions, so our overall design philosophy is built along the ONC guidelines. What you are driving is the interoperability. So one of the primary themes with lead the disruption is just one of the premises of data neutrality. You’re not doing things to data that might limit access to data or limit the interoperability.”
At HIMSS22, Kevin Borden, Vice President of Product, HCIT, for Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, talked about how software automation can help improve many processes, including verifying eligibility for patient exams, navigating the patient responsibility landscape, and meeting the upcoming CDSM mandate for Appropriate Use Criteria. Watch the video.
At the annual meeting of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. highlighted new features of the Exa Platform that automate common clinical and administrative tasks, enabling radiology departments and practices to enhance staff productivity, improve reimbursement and capture non-covered costs. The Exa Platform is comprised of multiple modules including RIS, PACS, Billing and specialty viewers across a shared database that can be used individually or together for a complete Enterprise Imaging experience. Read more about the Exa Platform here.
Philips announced the expansion of its medical device cybersecurity services portfolio at HIMSS22. Secure Remote Access Management Service leverages the broad set of security capabilities enabled by the integration of SecureLink’s critical access management and governance technology with Philips Remote Services’ secure connectivity framework for technical and clinical support. The services provide benefits for healthcare providers including increased uptime, clinical performance, and advanced security to help protect access to their clinical solutions and medical devices. Find more information here.
Philips HealthSuite Interoperability is a fully integrated cloud-enabled Health IT platform to meet diverse workflow needs across the imaging enterprise. Philips Enterprise Performance Analytics – Performance Bridge – now provides operational insights and deep analytics beyond radiology to the cardiology department to enhance efficiencies and help improve effectiveness at the point of care. Read more here.
This image of Sectra’s UniView Enterprise Viewer is crossing photos from pathology where it takes pictures or photos of the slices that have been created created. The pathology solution is part of Sectra’s enterprise imaging solution that provides a unified strategy for all imaging needs while lowering operational costs. The scalable and modular solution, with a VNA at its core, allows healthcare providers to grow from ology to ology and from enterprise to enterprise. 
Sectra Product Manager Filip Klintenstedt discusses enterprise imaging with ITN Editorial Director Melinda Taschetta-Millane. The Sectra UniView solves the problem with information trapped in isolated department silos by image-enabling the EMR. Find more HIMSS22 information.
Sectra UniView gives a complete overview of the entire medical history of a patient—including radiology and pathology images, non-DICOM files such as photos and videos, as well as requests, reports, and related medical documents. With easy access to the complete patient overview, you can reach faster and more accurate decisions, for instance in cancer patient cases. Find more HIMSS22 information.
Nuance Communications, Inc. announced an expansion of its next-generation ambient AI capabilities for diagnostic imaging. The expanded capabilities will include enhanced AI-powered reporting features in the Nuance PowerScribe platform that will empower radiologists to create highly accurate reports in less time and with more clinically valuable structured data.
Powered by a single unified elastic infrastructure within Microsoft Azure, ScImage’s PICOM365 delivers full functioning capabilities of on-premise PACS software solutions in a flexible, scalable, and secure True Cloud environment. More information on ScImage.
Attendees and exhibitors alike were very happy to be back networking face-to-face at HIMSS22. Key trends this year include staff burnout/shortage, cybersecurity, telemedicine and accelerated digital transformation. More HIMSS22 news.
HIMSS23 will be held April 17-21, 2023, in Chicago, Ill.
This gallery includes photos of information technology from across the expo floor at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2022 annual meeting annual meeting March 14-17, 2022, in Orlando.
HIMSS22 hosted nearly 29,000 attendees on-site and on HIMSS22 Digital who attended for the education, innovation and collaboration they need to reimagine health and wellness for everyone, everywhere. 
HIMSS22 also brought 1,000+ exhibiting companies to the exhibit hall of the Orange County Convention Center, where they showcased cutting-edge technology, presented innovative products and services, and held more than 250 education sessions on the show floor.
According to the society, the global health conference generated $102 million in economic impact for greater Orlando. Attendees, exhibitors, speakers and staff at HIMSS22 in Orlando followed health and safety requirements, which were developed with due consideration for prevailing public health guidance, legal guidelines and industry practices.
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