Short Link: http://ehr.bz/powhit
I searched for “workflow” on every website of every #HIMSS13 exhibitor (1200+!). I also searched for an active Twitter account. Some were surprisingly hard to find! I created two Twitter lists (they have a 500 member maximum).
- HIMSS13 Exhibitors to RT:
- HIMSS13 Exhibitors 2 RT:
Feel free to subscribe. Let me know of more accounts to add!
For the 100 or so exhibitors whose products and marketing “resonate” with the 200+ posts on this blog and 16,000+ tweets from @EHRworkflow, I created a POW! HIT! Profile on my new website at EHRworkflow.com.
In each profile I briefly describe the vendor, include a Live Thumbnail of their website (cool tech, but may not work on some smartphones), and explain why I think they should be recognized. I also embed a tweet mentioning their Twitter account, so you can easily find and follow. And then I present them with the POW! HIT! banner.
If you’re on the list below, congratulations, have a POW! HIT! Profile banner. Display it proudly! (Let me know if you need a custom size.) Please link back to your POW! HIT! Profile on EHRworkflow.com. If you’re not on this list, but you are reading this blog post after #HIMSS13, check out the to-be-kept-up-to-date POW! HIT! Profile index on EHRworkflow.com.
Resemblance of the POW! HIT! logo to the 1960 Batman TV show fight graphics is entirely intentional.
March 4-7 I’ll be tweeting about these vendors, as well as #HIMSS13 presentations of relevance to healthcare workflow, on the #POWHIT hashtag. If I mention you, I hope you’ll retweet, reply, etc. The better healthcare and health IT understand workflow, the better educated and prepared they will be to understand your value.
Depending on when you read this…
- Have a great #HIMSS13.
- Hope you’re having a great #HIMSS13.
- Hope you had a great #HIMSS13.
Again, congratulations and keep up the good work!