Experts from Wolters Kluwer will be providing key insights into how healthcare leaders can deploy evidence-based technology to support better and more equitable health outcomes. HIMSS23 takes place April 17-21 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois. Topics up for discussion include:
Big picture insights from every care encounter
Wolters Kluwer is collaborating with Microsoft to take a deeper dive into clinician search activity and its potential to improve care. Julie Frey, Director of Product Strategy at Wolters Kluwer Health and Amy Berk, MSN, RN, Director of Population Health, U.S. Health and Public Sector at Microsoft will be presenting “From Point of Care Decision and Beyond: Preview of UpToDate Clinical Insights” on Wednesday, April 19 at the Microsoft Learning Center, Booth #1201 at 2:00 p.m. CT, and again at the Wolters Kluwer Booth #431 at 3:00 p.m. CT.
A demo station, “Drive ROI with Advanced Clinical Insights from UpToDate,” will be held throughout the conference at Microsoft’s booth (#1201). This preview will demonstrate the powerful combination of UpToDate’s unparalleled, real-time clinical search data and Microsoft's market-leading Power Apps, Power BI and Azure technology. Attendees will learn how the collaboration will support healthcare organizations in identifying emerging trends and knowledge gaps to better target areas for strategic improvement in clinical program management and education initiatives.
Incorporating patient perspectives
On Thursday, April 20 at 10:30 a.m. CT, Jennifer Tirnauer, MD, Senior Deputy Editor for Hematology and Genetics for UpToDate at Wolters Kluwer Health, along with Kelvin Chou, MD, Professor of Neurology from the University of Michigan will present “Transforming Continuing Medical Education with Patients’ Perspectives.” The session will explore the importance of incorporating patient voices and narratives in diagnosis, clinical workflows, decision support tools, continuing education, and clinician training. (South Building, Level 1, S104)
Save time, improve diagnoses, and boost patient compliance—with voice tech
On Monday, April 17 at 12:45 p.m. CT, Freddie Feldman, Director of Voice & Conversational Interfaces, Wolters Kluwer Health will join a panel titled “It Speaks, It Listens, It's Your Daily Voice Assistant - Leveraging Voice Technology in Health and Wellness.” (South Building, Level 1, S100B)
Beyond interoperability to quality
On Friday, April 21 at 10:30 a.m. CT, Howard Strasberg, MD, MS, Vice President, Medical Informatics at Wolters Kluwer Health will be joined by Robert Jenders, MD, MS, FACP from Charles Drew University and University of California, Los Angeles to present “Clinical Decision Support Standards to Facilitate Quality Healthcare.” (South Building, Level 4, S402)
Nursing informatics leadership
Wolters Kluwer will also be sponsoring “Nursing Informatics: Shifting Care with Technology,” a HIMSS pre-conference session on Monday, April 17, starting at 8:00 a.m. CT. The event will highlight how nursing informatics facilitates healthcare transformation through innovative care models, cutting-edge technology, and data applications. (S406A)
Please visit Wolters Kluwer in Booth #431 to learn about our expert solutions and how they are helping achieve the Best Care Everywhere across the care continuum.