It’s hard to believe, but HIMSS Conference 2020 kicks off in just a few weeks. This annual event remains an essential global program where healthcare, health information, and technology professionals can advance their education, expand their networks, and see the latest technologies in action.
There’s much to see, much to do, and many people to meet. We hope that, as you’re planning your week and deciding how you’ll spend your time, you’ll consider exploring a few of our recommended sessions along the way.
Building an Analytics Ecosystem That Drives Performance
3:45pm – 4:30pm | Monday, March 9 (closing keynote)| Room W308A
1:30pm – 2:30pm | Tuesday, March 10 | Room W304A
Executives from two different institutions in opposite ends of the country will discuss their unique approaches, success factors, and challenges in creating an analytics culture to harness data into insights, improvements, and realize a return on their investment.
Reactions from the Field: Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
1:00pm – 2:00pm | Wednesday, March 11 | Room W311A
Join Nuance’s Peter Durlach for a panel discussion in which you’ll hear from three market suppliers – Nuance, Google Cloud and Health Data Analytics – working closely in the field with healthcare organizations to address common issues, challenges and solutions for applying artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The Lifecycle of a Machine Learning Algorithm
1:00pm – 2:00pm | Wednesday, March 11 | Room W230A
The Center for Clinical Data Science (CCDS) at Massachusetts General and Brigham and Women’s Hospitals are focused on developing machine learning models to change the course of patient care. Join this session for a demonstration of the lifecycle of a critical algorithm that uses deep machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to detect missed aortic aneurysms in imaging data.
Using AI to Connect and Improve Physician Documentation and CDI Performance
1:00pm – 2:00pm Thursday, March 12 | Room W304A
To take their clinical documentation program to the next level, Halifax Health relies on AI-powered documentation technologies to prioritize patient encounters that have the greatest opportunity for documentation improvement. In this session, Halifax will present their plan for advancing the CDI program with AI analytics, share their migration to the cloud, and quantify the clinical and financial outcomes of these approaches.
The Exam of the Future has Arrived
Once again, the Nuance booth (#1944) will be abuzz with professionals who are ready to experience the latest in conversational AI and ambient technology. Nuance is demonstrating a profound technological breakthrough, showcasing an enhanced provider and patient interaction through the Dragon Ambient eXperience (DAX). Innovated by Nuance and Microsoft, experience AI-powered intelligence that provides immediate relief from time-consuming administrative burdens. Join us to see what you and Nuance can do with proven AI. Demonstrations will run every 20 minutes.