ASPYRA brings its picture archiving and communication system (PACS) and laboratory information system (LIS) healthcare solutions to the exhibit floor for HIMSS Conference and Exhibition at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.

From 19 February to 23 February, 2017, ASPYRA will be present in Booth #6688. Opening times for the exhibit floor are 10:00am until 6:00pm on 20 February, and 9:30am until 6:00pm on 21 February and 22 February.

More than 40,000 healthcare industry professionals are expected at the conference, where they will gain expert insights during the exchange of innovative ideas and best practices in improving health through information technology (IT).

Administrative reports in both ASPYRA products provide management with clear information to support decisions on aspects such as scheduling, operations, and outreach.

ASPYRA’s president Gary W. Bennett comments: "In a world where technology seems to sometimes overshadow the human aspects of healthcare, ASPYRA provides easy-to-reach personnel and systems that make use of technology as a tool to support your patient care.

"We believe the most important aspect of healthcare is care and we provide that supportive environment for our clients so they can support their patients and community."

For Q1 2017, ASPYRA is offering free system software to help reduce the costs you face in providing quality healthcare to patients and clients. Support, interfaces, and user licenses are available at incentive prices to complement the free system software.

Vice-president of meeting services at HIMSS North America Karen Malone said: "We know the HIMSS Annual Conference is where the brightest minds in health and IT meet and our exhibit floor offers the latest technologies and education sessions to help generate new ideas during the conference.

"In addition, the exhibition floor is open for three days, at least eight hours each day, during HIMSS17 so that exhibitors have more time to meet with attendees.

"We are always honored to welcome all of our exhibitors to the conference, and appreciate their contributions to our collaborative efforts to transform health and healthcare with IT."