IBM Watson, Oracle and other big names announced new offerings at the Las Vegas convention.
The HIMSS16 show floor was a busy place last week as thousands packed booths from technology and services vendors to get caught up on the newest systems for managing healthcare providers. But the big show also played host to big announcements from exhibitioners choosing to use the attention that comes with HIMSS16 to debut new products.
The list below includes dozens of product announcements that we covered at the show:
The University of California San Francisco was the first to leverage the physician-driven network is using Tiatros to address the behavioral health needs of young veterans.
The EHR vendor and analytics company sign an agreement to facilitate greater clinical insights for caregivers within the records system.
The four vendors, who announced the news at HIMSS16, seek to create a single access point for patient information.
Oracle Healthcare Foundation provides organizations with a consistent and complete view of their clinical, financial and genomics data across an enterprise.
Partnership with Aetna and purchase of Medicaid group gets new plan closer to million-member goal.
Report also shows 85 percent of doctors said that using wearables can help patients become more involved.
The new software combines analytics, patient outreach, telehealth and administrative tools to help providers adjust to new reimbursement reality with a ‘lifecycle’ approach to value-based care.
Humana subsidiary says the three apps use the HealthLogix technology platform to tackle population health, patient engagement and mobile health.
It will be the first ResearchKit study to run on Watson Health Cloud
Platform is designed to give providers a way to see a more complete view of a patient’s health history.
West TEC Pathways delivers the so-called “last mile” of patient communication, aligning that communication with clinical guidelines and care plans.
Medisafe Providers enables physicians, care teams and pharmacists to track their patients’ medication adherence between visits.
The telemedicine tech vendor is betting the ubiquitous Microsoft systems will enable a more robust, secure and scalable collaboration platform.
At the Federal Health IT Solutions Pavilion, a solution to FHIR “ambiguities.”
In addition to the collaboration, Johnson & Johnson Innovation has participated in WellDoc’s Series B financing round that has raised $29.5 million.
The company is also showing enhancements it made to its ASC suite since acquiring gMed in late 2015, CEO Dan Cane said.
The prominent Utah health system believes the software can quickly boost the insights it can gain from its mountain of health data, helping with value-based care.
The secure healthcare communications tech vendor says the partnerships will enable streamlined communication across the continuum of care.
The healthcare software company is targeting interoperability, unveiling the commercial federated data integration platform at HIMSS16.
The vendor of clinical decision support and precision medicine technology is working with First Databank on the new gene-based drug-drug interaction capability.
The purchase is the next step in Citra’s ongoing plan to extend its population health systems in the value-based healthcare market, the company said.
The technology delivers stream analytics designed to unlock insights into the relationship between IT performance and clinical workflows, the vendor said.
The ClearDATA Active Compliance and Security Monitoring Dashboard is designed to safeguard electronic health data and provider reputations.
The three vendors will offer Talix’s Coding InSight as part of their suites to help providers better manage patient risk and optimize risk-based reimbursements.
Caregivers using Pronto can access up-to-the-minute schedules, find and message on-call providers, activate critical-care teams, and enable care coordination.
The Assisted Living Solution is designed to help providers navigate the tech challenges of caring for seniors who move across the spectrum of care.
The referral management tech vendor will use its platform to enable a patient-centered medical home model for 17,000 members of the Nevada Teachers Health Trust.
Experian Health is the new brand for what were 11 businesses that serve the healthcare field.
The combined technology enables healthcare professionals to send and receive fax documents and other protected health information securely using the Direct Messaging standard.
TCI’s Rounds software is pre-loaded onto the new, lightweight medical tablet from ONYX Healthcare, enabling hospitals to upload patient discharge data in real time.
New to the platform are major enhancements in patient consent, identity validation and authentication, workflow integration, and mobile case management.
ElectroClave is an enterprise mobile device management system that uses low-power UVC LED to disinfect tablets and smartphones while charging, syncing and managing them.
Direct Project enhancement and new analytics technology highlight four product announcements.
The partnership will help providers using Aventura’s Sympatica clinical desktop platform to more quickly access electronic health records systems.
Through integration with vendor Laitek, the Commvault Clinical Archive can address data management on both the clinical and business sides of healthcare in a single platform.
Through financial management services, the nTrust program eliminates upfront EHR costs.
The goal is to help UnitedHealthcare plan participants enrolled in high-deductible health plans improve their health and save money by encouraging daily walking.
The new offering can help healthcare organizations measure clinical and financial performance across multiple value-based care contracts.
Software giant is working to tie together Skype, Windows, Office, Surface Hub and Band to better connect doctors with patients.
Telehealth specialist showed off its SDK for portals and apps as well as multi-way videoconferencing.