Blog March 3, 2017

HIMSS17 Wrap-Up: Key Takeaways

 

We wrapped up HIMSS17 last week and once again, it was a great turnout. The HIMSS Conference is the year’s largest healthcare IT conference in the United States, bringing over 40,000 health IT professionals, clinicians and executives together from around the world to learn about cutting-edge health IT products and services. This year, the conference was in Orlando and the event was impressive as ever. We welcomed visitors to our booth to discuss Connectria’s HIPAA compliant hosting services along with the option to host within our own data centers or our partners’ data centers such as AWS and Microsoft Azure.

Connectria was pleased to spread the message regarding our HIPAA Compliant Solutions along with our partners including Citrix and AWS. Our Regional Sales Director, David Pollard, presented our joint HIPAA Compliant Solution with Citrix in the Citrix Theatre.

Connectria also had the opportunity this year to be featured by Amazon in a video sharing our jerk-free managed HIPAA compliant hosting on AWS.

Healthcare ISVs got to learn why our HIPAA Compliant Clouds are right for them.

 

 

And if you visited our booth, you learned a little more about Connectria’s HIPAA compliant options while playing a dice game for a chance to win some Bluetooth headphones. We had other great giveaways as well, including our “No Jerks Allowed” stickers, portable iPhone chargers, and webcam covers.

 

HIMSS17 was a huge success and Connectria had the opportunity to speak with a lot of great organizations and partners about our HIPAA compliant hosting. We look forward to next year’s event in Las Vegas. Hope to see you there! In the meantime, if you have any questions feel free to contact us.

 

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