Intel Partners to Showcase Industry-Leading Technology at HIMSS19

From February 11-15, more than 45,000 healthcare information and technology professionals from over 90 countries will gather at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, for the 2019 HIMSS Global Conference & Exhibition (HIMSS19). This industry-leading conference brings together the top clinicians, executives, and market suppliers from across the globe to learn, ideate, and collaborate about the technology that's transforming healthcare worldwide.

See the Technology Shaping Healthcare's Future

Many of Intel's technology partners will be leading the charge at HIMSS19, showcasing a wide range of products and solutions they're developing to transform the wider world of healthcare. Following is a condensed list of Intel partners, the products they'll be demonstrating, and where HIMSS19 attendees can find them.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (Booth #3321)

Hewlett Packard Enterprise's vision is to enable high-quality care, lower costs, and promote healthy populations of engaged citizens with technology and health information that's accessible when and where it matters most to improve health and community well-being. The company positively affects business economic models by generating revenue stream improvements, increasing healthcare margins, and streamlining successful launches of new products and services. Stop by their booth to ask them how.

On Wednesday, February 13th, at noon, HPE will host a session at their booth called "Emerging Technologies for Healthcare Transformation." Intel is at the heart of the technology delivering the future of healthcare. At the session, you'll see first-hand how these technologies unlock the power of data so providers can identify insights found in medical images, connect the bedside to lightning-fast mobile networks, use AI to improve healthcare, and experience virtual worlds. (Note: If you plan to attend the session, please arrive by 11:45 a.m. so they can set you up.)

Nutanix Inc. (Booth #5170)

Nutanix is focused on powering the intelligent edge with IoT for healthcare. The company will provide a demo of IoT data analysis at the edge—running on an Intel® NUC—which shows video analysis of event attendees, recognizing facial expressions as well as common objects. Other demos will include EHR Solutions on Nutanix, High Performance Imaging Solutions on Nutanix, and VDI for Healthcare, all running on Intel® Xeon® E5 processors and Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors.

Dell EMC (Booth #3159)

Dell EMC will be demonstrating its PowerMax* storage solutions, which comprise a state-of-the-art infrastructure platform for various healthcare use cases. The company also will showcase machine learning and deep learning ready solutions for cancer diagnosis and anomaly detection; a connected health area showing continuous clinical access, patient registration, and administration solutions; and VR/AR-enabled technologies for medical applications.

Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc. (Booth #3759)

Siemens Healthineers has developed a portfolio of AI solutions that help automate and standardize complex diagnostics to meet the needs of every patient. At HIMSS19, Siemens will showcase its eHealth Solutions, including the eHealth Physician Portal, eHealth Patient Portal, eHealth Teleconsultation, and eHealth EHR Browser. These Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor-powered solutions enable everyone involved in the care process—from healthcare providers to patients—to gain access to relevant data via dedicated portals, which makes synchronizing cross-institutional care easier and improves communication at every level.

MetiStream (Cloudera Booth #6886)

At Cloudera's booth, attendees will learn how MetiStream enables healthcare organizations to search, analyze, and predict against all healthcare data to accelerate discoveries and improve outcomes. MetiStream's SaaS-based Ember* platform provides out-of-the-box advanced analytics capabilities to eliminate over 50 to 60 percent of costly ETL and data integration activities, build robust healthcare analytic models, and allow institutions to operationalize those models in days versus months.

Other partner innovation to be showcased include Red Hat solutions for Security and Compliance Automation, Clinical Decision Support, and Interoperability—all supporting an open hybrid-cloud strategy (Booth #6391), as well as the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga* (featuring Intel® Core™ i7 processors) and the HPE SimpliVity, an enterprise-grade hyperconverged platform powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, at Connection's Booth #3645.

Plan Your HIMSS19 Visit

Along with the many demos, workshops, and networking opportunities, Intel will be hosting a few events of its own at HIMSS19.

On Tuesday, February 12th, Intel Health & Life Sciences GM, Chris Gough, will host a panel of industry experts at Intel's SOLVE: Healthcare Breakfast Briefing, starting at 7:15 a.m. in room 202C. Session attendees will learn about the five ways AI is helping to solve healthcare's biggest problems today.

On Wednesday, February 13th, from 7:00–8:30 a.m. in the Hyatt Regency's Bayhill Room, Intel Health & Life Sciences Senior Sales Solution Architect, Andy Bartley, will be participating in a Health Innovation Think Tank sponsored by Lenovo and healthcare innovation executive, corporate advisor, and industry strategist Justin Barnes. Panelists will share key findings and strategic best practices about elevating the patient experience, advancing care collaboration and care models for improved outcomes, and ramping up for the future of care with IT innovation. In addition, an abbreviated Think Tank will dive into strategies for Healthcare Cost Transparency, Healthcare Quality Transparency, and Innovation & Industry Disruptors.

GE Healthcare is developing AI solutions across multiple radiology modalities to detect and help prioritize critical cases. Using Intel AI technologies, GE Healthcare has optimized algorithms for Critical Care Suite+ available on OPTIMA XR240amx systems to scan X-ray images and detect pneumothorax within seconds—at the point of care. To learn more about this and other AI-powered innovation with GE Healthcare, join Intel's Prashant Shah in a GE Healthcare panel titled "AI for Acute Care" on Wednesday, February 13th, at 2:00 p.m. in the HIMSS Intelligent Health Pavilion. (Note: Critical Care Suite is 510(k) pending at FDA. Not available for sale in the United States.)

On Wednesday, February 13th from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., join a small, select group of other leaders in health IT to discuss the dynamics of the industry, technology strategies, architecture challenges, and emerging business priorities at Intel's Enterprise Leaders Roundtable. We'll start the session with a very short overview of the enterprise trends we're seeing—from multi-cloud deployment to the application of analytics and artificial intelligence in healthcare—so we can better understand how that matches up with your views on these important topics. Refreshments and an afternoon snack will be served. If you'd like to participate and help shape the discussion, please contact Wendy Bohner at wendy.l.bohner@intel.com.

And don't miss a chance to unwind and network at Connection's happy hour event, sponsored by Intel, on Wednesday, February 13th, from 4:30-6:00 p.m at Booth #3645. Register here to claim your spot!

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Chris Gough

About Chris Gough

Chris Gough is Worldwide General Manager of Health and Life Sciences at Intel Corporation. In this role, Chris leads a worldwide team of technology leaders and subject matter experts to develop solutions that use information and communication technology to transform the health and life sciences industry. He works with companies, organizations, and governments around the world to help make this digital transformation a reality. With over 12 years of industry experience, Chris brings deep healthcare and life sciences expertise, along with a foundation in technology and its application to multiple industries. He has been with Intel for over 20 years and was formerly both product and security architect in Intel’s Digital Health division. In this role, he was the chief architect for several products including, Care Connect, and Integration Services for the Intel Health Guide. Mr. Gough has been an active member of the Continua Health Alliance and was one of the lead contributors to the end-to-end system architecture and interoperability guidelines. He holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from the University of California at San Diego.