HiMS Showcasing its Cutting-Edge EHR Software at Booth #11 and Leading a Session on Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare
PHOENIX, Nov. 7, 2019 – Health Information Management Systems (HiMS), an Electronic Health Records (EHR) software creator of value-based care tools for integrated health care providers, today announced its sponsorship of this year’s Health Current Summit & Trade Show. The event takes place November 13-14 at the Renaissance Phoenix/Glendale Hotel and Spa.
“The needs of integrated health care providers have evolved tremendously over the last decade, yet legacy EHR software hasn’t kept up,” said Khalid Al-Maskari, founder and CEO of HiMS. “Through the use of artificial intelligence, it’s now possible to translate data into actionable insights, which is why we’ve purpose-built our EHR platform from the ground up using the latest technology.”
Breakout Session: Innovative Technology, Services & Solutions
Al-Maskari is leading a breakout session titled “AI in Healthcare” as part of the Innovative Technology, Services & Solutions track on Wednesday, November 13 from 1:15-2 p.m. Attendees will learn how AI is improving the capabilities of EHR software by making platforms smarter, faster and easier. This presentation will be geared toward health care leaders who are interested in increasing both operational efficiency and cost savings.
HiMS is also serving as a Breakout sponsor alongside Banner University Health Plans, HealthPort, Next-Gen Healthcare, Unite Us and Zen Healthcare It. The Summit’s gold sponsors include Mercy Care, Sonora Quest Laboratories and Practice Innovation Institute.
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