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The 2015 HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition, a key event for the health IT industry, held on April 12-16, 2015 in Chicago 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, and as a reliable harbinger for what is in store for the coming year. This Market Insight includes a high-level overview of the conference, including summary statistics, special programs and exhibits, notable announcements, and select vendor news, excerpts from the 26th Annual HIMSS Leadership Survey and implications of select findings, top trends and vendors to watch for 2015, and key takeaways from HIMSS15 and on health IT market opportunities.

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Top Trends in US Healthcare ITExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryIntroductionWhat’s Happening in Health IT: Conference HighlightsSummary StatisticsSpecial ProgramsSpecial ExhibitsNotable AnnouncementsNotable Announcements (continued)Notable Announcements (continued)Notable Announcements (continued)Select Vendor NewsSelect Vendor News (continued)Select Vendor News (continued)Where Healthcare CIO’s are Focused: Excerpts from the 26rd Annual HIMSS Leadership SurveyThe 26th Annual HIMSS Leadership Survey—A Closer Exploration of Strategic Issues in Health ITThe 26th Annual HIMSS Leadership Survey—Summary of Respondent DemographicsThe 26th Annual HIMSS Leadership Survey—Key Respondent FindingsTop Organizational Priorities are Focused on Patient Satisfaction and Sustaining Financial ViabilityThe Majority of Respondents Have Adopted Patient Portals as the IT Key Tool for Patient EngagementIT is Most Critical for Achieving Success in Care Coordination and Meeting Mandated Quality MetricsAlmost Half of Respondent Organizations Leverage Telemedicine ServicesKey Trends and Select Vendors to WatchFive Key Trends Reshaping HealthcareInteroperability—Growing Concerns About Information Silos Leads to Increased ActionVendors to Watch in InteroperabilityVendors to Watch in Interoperability (continued)Patient Engagement—Market Focus Centered on Wellness, Convenience, and Access to Health DataVendors to Watch in Patient EngagementVendors to Watch in Patient Engagement (continued)Cybersecurity—PHI is the Motherlode for HackersVendors to Watch in CybersecurityVendors to Watch in Cybersecurity (continued)Population Health—Still in the Early Innings But About to ExplodeVendors to Watch in Population Health ManagementVendors to Watch in Population Health Management (continued)Vendors to Watch in Population Health Management (continued)Payment Reform—Value-Based Reimbursement & Risk ManagementVendors to Watch in Healthcare AnalyticsVendors to Watch in Healthcare Analytics (continued)Top Takeaway and Market OpportunitiesTop Takeaways from HIMSS15Health IT Focus for 2015Legal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyLearn More—Next StepsList of ExhibitsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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