With a full program of ~50 sessions and a wide spectrum of expert speakers, the content at the 2017 Healthcare IT Marketing and PR Conference will appeal to any marketing and PR professional working in healthcare B2B marketing.
Along with all of the education sessions, HITMC 2017 will be an amazing opportunity for healthcare marketers and healthcare PR professionals to network with their peers. Some of the best learnings at last year’s conference came during the unconference sessions. So, in 2017, we’re bringing those back in an even bigger way. Plus, the conference is in Vegas, so we’re going to have some fun meeting each other at 4 different networking events.
Another great part of the 2017 Healthcare IT Marketing and PR conference is the diversity of sponsors we feature. It’s always gratifying when someone in the HITMC community is able to find a conference sponsor that can solve a problem that’s vexing them. A few sponsorship slots are still available if you act quickly.
If you’re not already registered for the 2017 Healthcare IT Marketing Conference, there is less than a month left to register. We look forward to seeing many of you in Las Vegas at HITMC 2017!
We’re honored that once again, John Lynn (@techguy) has been selected as 1 of 20 HIMSS Social Media Ambassadors at the 2017 HIMSS Annual Conference. This is an incredible honor when you consider that at last year’s HIMSS over 20,000 people were tweeting on the conference hashtag. To be 1 of the 20 extraordinary people on this list is a wonderful opportunity.
The HIMSS Social Media Ambassadors are not only some of the leading social media people in healthcare IT, but they’re some of the top healthcare IT thought leaders as well. The list is chock full of unique perspectives that come from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences. Take a look at the full list of 20 HIMSS 2017 Social Media Ambassadors to see what I mean:
The great part is that you can easily follow all fo the HIMSS17 Social Media Ambassadors by simply following this Twitter list. No doubt, they’ll all be extremely active during the HIMSS17 conference in Orlando and well beyond the conference.
Plus, if you want to meet many of these people in person at #HIMSS17, check out this full list of HIMSS17 meetups where you’ll find John Lynn and many other social media ambassadors. We look forward to seeing many of you at HIMSS 2017!
For the 4th year in a row, CDW Healthcare has created their list of the Top 50 Healthcare IT blogs. When you look through the list, you can see a number of incredible healthcare IT bloggers. What’s more extraordinary this year is that the following 3 Healthcare Scene blogs were included on their list of the top 50 blogs:
It would be a real honor to have even one blog on their list, but to have three blogs be recognized as three of the top fifty healthcare IT blogs is even more special.
We’re extremely proud of the work we do to bring great content to healthcare IT professionals, doctors, CIOs, HIM professionals, and many more. Our goal each day is to provide content that will make these people’s lives better so that they can better serve patients. That’s a challenging thing to do, but it’s something we relish.
Thank you to CDW Healthcare for the great honor. We’ll keep working hard to continue providing great healthcare IT content to those that need it most.
We’ve got a lot of exciting things planned for 2017. Maybe next year we can work to get a fourth blog on the list!
Health Data Management recently published a list of healthcare IT experts on Twitter that health IT executives should follow on Twitter. Here’s the summary Fred Bazzoli offered for the list:
Social media has transformed the ability of those with expertise to share their views on recent events with a larger audience. Nowhere is this more true than on Twitter, which attracts millions of visits per day. Healthcare technology and IT experts are among those who frequently offer their slant on the news of the day.
A big thank you to Health Data Management for the recognition. We’re proud to be listed in such great company. We’ll continue to work hard in our effort to continually provide value to healthcare IT executives.
For those not familiar with the #HIT100, it’s a crowd sourced, peer nominated list of people that are doing great and influential things on healthcare social media. Being crowd sourced means that the list is far from perfect. No doubt there are people that are much more influential in healthcare IT at the bottom of the list than some of those people who are at the top. However, having so many peers recognize the work you do in healthcare social media is a great experience.
At Healthcare Scene we’re excited that our very own John Lynn, (@techguy) was listed at #7 on the official #HIT100 list. It’s exciting to be recognized alongside so many influential people in healthcare social media.
This is the 6th year in a row that Healthcare Scene has been recognized on this list. We’ll continue to do what we can to contribute to healthcare IT and share our insights, views, and expertise. Be sure to follow @techguy on Twitter to find all the latest insights and updates.
At Healthcare Scene, we’ve always provided readers the option to get the latest Healthcare Scene blog posts right in their email. As we continue to expand the content we write, we’ve been working to allow readers to target the content that interests them most. We started this trend by launching HIM Scene along with CXO Scene and now we’re excited to announce the launch of the Healthcare Optimization Scene.
To start, we plan to send out about 1 email per week of highly focused, quality content that looks at the challenges associated with implementing and optimizing large healthcare IT systems like EHRs and ERPs. If you’re interested in optimizing your EHR or ERP solution, enter your email below and you’ll get excellent commentary and insights from our resident healthcare optimization expert, Brian G. Rosenberg, straight to your email.
We appreciate all your support! We hope you’ll enjoy the EHR and Healthcare ERP focused content. If you have any suggestions on how we can improve Healthcare Scene or the new Healthcare Optimization Scene, we’d love to hear it.
We’re excited to announce that @techguy (John Lynn), Founder of Healthcare Scene, was selected as a HIMSS Social Media Ambassador for the HIMSS 2016 Annual conference in Las Vegas. It’s a real honor that the HIMSS team would recognize Healthcare Scene’s influence on healthcare social media. We’re excited to be part of such a dynamic group of individuals who care about healthcare and the way technology can impact healthcare as much as we care.
For those interested, here’s the full list of HIMSS 2016 Social Media Ambassadors:
At Healthcare Scene, we’ve always provided readers the option to get the latest Healthcare Scene blog posts right in their email. As we continue to expand the content we write, we’ve been working to allow readers to target the content that interests them most. We started this trend by launching HIM Scene and now we’re excited to announce the launch of the Health Care CXO Scene.
To start, we plan to send out about 1 email per week of highly focused, quality C-level executive content. If you’re interested in CXO related topics, just enter your email below and you’ll get the latest and greatest C-level executive commentary from our resident hospital CIO expert, David Chou, straight to your email.
Thanks for all your support! We hope you’ll enjoy our C-level healthcare executive focused content. If you have any suggestions on how we can improve Healthcare Scene or the new CXO Scene, we’d love to hear it.
When Health IT (HIT) professionals do their jobs well, many people don’t know they exist. Because of this, HIT has a growing number of rockstars who just don’t get the attention they deserve. On this 10th anniversary of National Health IT week, we want to honor some of those influential HIT Heroes.
Thank you Next Wave Connect for the recognition and we’re excited to be part of such a great group of health IT influencers.
We’d like as many in the Healthcare Scene community to be able to attend the Healthcare IT Marketing and PR Conference (HITMC). So, we’re offering a $100 discount off the registration price for Healthcare Scene readers. All you have to do is use the promo code: HITrocksduring registration and you’ll receive $100 off the already discounted early bird price. That’s $600 off the regular registration price!
Be sure to register now since early bird pricing is over on November 15, 2015.