Top Trends in Health IT, HIMSS16

Top Trends in Health IT, HIMSS16

Population Health Management, Precision Medicine, Value-based Reimbursement and Other Factors Changing the Landscape of Healthcare

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30-Mar-2016
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North America
Research Code: 9AB9-00-4F-00-00
SKU: HC02624-NA-MR_17035

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The 2016 HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition, a key event for the health IT industry, held in Las Vegas, provided a comprehensive overview of the state of the market from the perspective of various stakeholders, including health IT vendors, healthcare providers, and government regulators. The topics and tone of the HIMSS annual meeting can be leveraged as a reliable harbinger for what’s in store for health IT for the coming year. Frost & Sullivan presents a summary of highlights, opinions, and analyst market predictions emerging from this signature industry event.

This report includes –
• A high-level overview of the conference, including notable announcements and vendor news
• Frost & Sullivan analyst views on three recent HIMSS surveys unveiled at the meeting - the HIMSS Annual Leadership Survey, the HIMSS Connected Care Survey, and the HIMSS Cost Accounting Survey
• Top 10 industry trends analyst analysis
• Key vendors to watch in each of the identified top 10 growth opportunity areas in health IT

Table of Contents

Research Scope

Conference Overview

Key Takeaways

HIMSS16 Notable Announcements

HIMSS16 Notable Announcements (continued)

HIMSS16 Notable Announcements (continued)

HIMSS16 Select Vendor News

HIMSS16 Select Vendor News (continued)

HIMSS16 Select Vendor News (continued)

Trends in Innovation—Notable Startups Seen at HIMSS16

HIMSS Conversations

HIMSS Annual Leadership Survey

HIMSS Connected Care Survey

HIMSS 2016 Cost Accounting Survey

Consumer Engagement

Companies to Watch in Consumer Engagement

Population Health Management

Companies to Watch in Population Health

Big Data/Analytics

Companies to Watch in Big Data/Analytics

Interoperability

Companies to Watch in Interoperability

Application Programing Interfaces (APIs)

Companies to Watch in APIs

Cybersecurity

Companies to Watch in Cybersecurity

Electronic Health Records

Companies to Watch in Electronic Health Records

Value-Based Reimbursement

Companies to Watch in Value-Based Reimbursement

Cost Accounting

Companies to Watch in Cost Accounting

Precision Medicine

Companies to Watch in Precision Medicine

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Learn More—Next Steps

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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The 2016 HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition, a key event for the health IT industry, held in Las Vegas, provided a comprehensive overview of the state of the market from the perspective of various stakeholders, including health IT vendors, healthcare providers, and government regulators. The topics and tone of the HIMSS annual meeting can be leveraged as a reliable harbinger for what’s in store for health IT for the coming year. Frost & Sullivan presents a summary of highlights, opinions, and analyst market predictions emerging from this signature industry event. This report includes – • A high-level overview of the conference, including notable announcements and vendor news • Frost & Sullivan analyst views on three recent HIMSS surveys unveiled at the meeting - the HIMSS Annual Leadership Survey, the HIMSS Connected Care Survey, and the HIMSS Cost Accounting Survey • Top 10 industry trends analyst analysis • Key vendors to watch in each of the identified top 10 growth opportunity areas in health IT
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Author Nancy Fabozzi
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number 9AB9-00-4F-00-00
Keyword 1 Healthcare IT
Keyword 2 Healthcare IT Trends
Keyword 3 Top Trends in Health IT
Is Prebook No