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How to enjoy #himss17 with Nutanix and Intel, Lenovo, DellEMC, Citrix and more…

I know that not all my readers have heard about HIMSS conference, but for those not in the Healthcare IT space… HIMSS Annual Conference, Feb 19–23 in Orlando, brings together 40,000+ health IT professionals from all over the world. It’s massive!

The adoption of Nutanix in life-critical environments such as Hospitals, Clinics, ER’s and Intensive Therapy Units (ITU) has been extraordinary, boasting 700+ healthcare customers and supporting the most demanding and critical electronic health records (EHR), picture and archiving systems (PACS) and initiatives like bring your own device (BYOD).

Nutanix has been deployed for numerous EHR systems such as Epic, Cerner, Meditech, Intersystems, ChipSoft, McKesson as well as for other use cases like VDI, server virtualization and Big Data applications. As matter of fact, over 31+ life-critical applications are powered by Nutanix today.

 

I am sure there will be plenty of amazing sessions and events tatted during the conference, but here is what you need to know about enjoying HIMSS17 with Nutanix.

 

Mon, 20th

 

Join Coretek Services, IGEL and Nutanix at an exclusive dinner experience during the National HIMSS event in Orlando FL. (Registration here)

 

 

Tue, 21st

Join Lenovo, Intel, Nutanix, and Absolute, for funky music, food, and fun to the max at the Lenovo Health 80’s Party on Tuesday, February 21, 7:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m., at the House of Blues.

LIVE performances by: Howard Jones, Men Without Hats AND Flock of Seagulls

Don’t miss out! ?RSVP (Registration here), while there’s still room. (Friends and colleagues welcome!)

 

Wed, 22nd

Description
In this session, Southern California based St Joseph Health (SJH) system will share how their Health IT organization has successfully leveraged enterprise cloud-based technologies and web-scale hyperconverged infrastructure to rapidly deploy and deliver reliable, consistent user experience to clinicians and patients at over 16 facilities. The session will cover the SJH 5-point IT transformation strategy and allow attendees to evaluate the model against their organization use cases. In addition to evaluating top drivers to drive innovation in healthcare, this session also covers ROI and TCO benefits from adopting enterprise cloud infrastructure. Attendees can assess how healthcare organizations can deliver reliable, consistent user experience for patients and clinicians at an affordable cost. Health systems can explore how HealthIT teams can construct a strong business case for cutting edge cloud infrastructure and technology investments for healthcare.
Speaker(s):
Sanjay Maru – CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER AND VICE PRESIDENT OF IT/IS
ST. JOSEPH HEALTH SYSTEM

(Registration here)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join Lenovo and Nutanix for an Exclusive HIMSS17 Lunch & Learn

VALUE-BASED CARE: Enhancing Care Delivery with VDI Enterprise Cloud

Speaker(s): Dan Cowan + John Reeves, HIT Solutions Architect + Ajay Dholakia, Senior Technical Solutions Architect + Adam Sherwood, Covenant Health

Date: Wed, February 22 1:00 – 2:00 pm
Room 203C
(Registration here)

 

Booth #2887 Theater Sessions (All Days)

Nutanix experts, customers and partners will be presenting 15 minute sessions every 45 minutes during exhibit show hours. These fun and informative presentations cover topics ranging from Nutanix solutions for Healthcare, VDI for EMR and Clinical Imaging. The schedule isn’t fully fledged yet, but many of our partners and customers will be presenting, including Lenovo, DellEMC, Citrix, St,. Joseph’s Health and more. (I’ll update the schedule soon)

 

Technical 1:1’s in the Booth #2887 (all Days)

Our technical experts and healthcare specialists will be available to meet with customers during HIMSS. Please use this link to schedule 15 minute 1:1’s in the booth (here)

 

It is going to be massive, and I hope to see you at the Nutanix booth or at one of the parties!

 

This article was first published by Andre Leibovici (@andreleibovici) at myvirtualcloud.net.

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