Join Spok at HIMSS19

Making care collaboration easier.

Spok is excited to be back for HIMSS19, the industry’s largest health IT educational program and exhibition center. The upcoming HIMSS 2019 Health IT Conference will take place Feb. 11-15, 2019, in Orlando, Florida.

Visit us in the Exhibit Hall at Booth 3371 and in the Interoperability Showcase.

At HIMSS19 we’ll show you the next evolution of Spok Care Connect, the industry’s most comprehensive enterprise clinical communication platform to support your workflows.

Don’t miss out on your chance for a personal tour of Spok Care Connect.

Sign up here and we’ll get you scheduled for a demo or meeting at HIMSS19.

You Don’t Need to Wait Until HIMSS to Learn About Workflow-Driven Communications.

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.

See how it’s done

Learning opportunities at HIMSS:


Surviving Sepsis: How Health IT Saves One Life Per Week


Devin Horton

Devin Horton
Hospitalist and Asst. Professor
Division of Internal Medicine/Director, Sepsis and MEWS Initiative
University of Utah Health

Matt Sanford

Matthew N. Sanford
Senior Value Engineer
University of Utah Health

DATE: Thursday, Feb. 14

TIME:2:30 - 3:30 pm EST

LOCATION:W315A –Orange County
Convention Center




Rob Wilder

Rob Wilder
Senior Product Manager for Interoperability

DATE: Feb. 11-15

LOCATION:Exhibit Hall F, 9100-58

SESSIONS:Safe Medication Practice
(15 minutes past the hour)

Enabling Cancer Moonshot
(45 minutes past the hour)

Spok has participated in the HIMSS Interoperability Showcase for over a decade, expanding its role as a leader in facilitating the delivery of care-critical information. At HIMSS19, Spok will take part in several use cases throughout the week.

Connect With Us at HIMSS.

“Spok is easy to manage, economical, and flexible. In care delivery, you’re dealing with critical information. Spok helps us make sure we can send a meaningful message in the most effective way possible.”

Dr. Christopher Snyder, CMIO, Peninsula Regional Medical Center

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