Solve Your Communication Challenges With One Unified Platform.
Spok is excited to be back for HIMSS18, the industry’s largest health IT educational program and exhibition center. The upcoming HIMSS 2018 Health IT Conference will take place from March 5–9, 2018, in Las Vegas.
Visit us in the Exhibit Hall at Booth 7607 and in the Interoperability Showcase
We look forward to meeting with you at HIMSS. We know you’re on a quest to deliver the highest standards of care. To do so, your communication technology needs to integrate with existing workflows in your hospital and enable you to deliver information to clinicians who need to take action. At HIMSS18 we’ll show you Spok Care Connect, the industry’s most comprehensive suite of enterprise critical communication solutions to support your workflows.
Don’t Wait Until HIMSS to Learn About Workflow-Driven Communications
For tips on everything from rolling out secure text messaging to improving patient satisfaction scores, check out our Spok Stacks. There you’ll find themed collections of customer case studies, infographics, eBriefs, blog posts, expert webinars, and more that answer the challenging questions facing healthcare leaders today.
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Smarter Clinical Communications. Better Outcomes.
Hospitals today are faced with many communication challenges. Your people and technology must communicate effectively—to speed response times and keep safety and satisfaction at the forefront.
Connect With Us at HIMSS
Vincent D. Kelly
Chief Information Officer
Executive Vice President, Global Sales
Senior Vice President of Marketing
Senior Vice President of Professional Services
Dr. Andrew Mellin
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Nat'e Guyton, RN, MSN, CPHIMS, NE-BC
Chief Nursing Officer
VP, Product Strategy
Mathilde van Wijk
VP, Technical Support
“[Spok Care Connect] is a powerful tool and we depend on it. [It’s like] brushing your teeth, do you think about it? You won’t think about using Spok—you just realize it’s there for you.”
Dr. Christopher Snyder, CMIO, Peninsula Regional Medical Center