The annual conference of the Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) provides a comprehensive overview of the state of the dynamic health information technology (IT) market. Frost & Sullivan presents a summary of conference highlights, excerpts from the 23rd Annual HIMSS Leadership Survey, our “top ten” picks for health IT trends and key vendors, and our predictions for the key health IT focus areas for 2012.

The HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition was held in Las Vegas, Nevada, in late February 2012. The annual HIMSS conference is the key event for the health IT industry and provides a comprehensive overview of the state of the market from the perspective of various stakeholders, including health IT vendors, healthcare providers, and government regulators. The topics and tone of the meeting can be leveraged as a reliable harbinger for what is in store for the coming year. Frost & Sullivan was in attendance, and we present a summary of highlights, opinions, and market predictions as well as our “top ten” picks for health IT trends and companies emerging from the HIMSS event.

This Market Insight includes—

a high-level overview of the conference, including summary statistics, notable speeches, special exhibitions, major announcements, and key themes
• excerpts from the 23rd Annual HIMSS Leadership Survey and our thoughts on implications of select findings
• our pick of the top ten industry trends for 2012 plus select vendors and solutions to watch in each category
• our pick of the top ten health IT companies of particular interest for 2012
• our thoughts on key takeaways and market/product focus for 2012

Table Of Contents

HIMSS12 Annual Conference and Exhibition: The Frost and Sullivan Perspective on Top Trends for the Health IT Industry

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2. Introduction
3. Conference Overview and Highlights
4. Excerpts from the 23rd Annual HIMSS 2012 Leadership Survey
5. Top Ten Industry Trends
6. Top Ten Featured Companies
a. athenahealth
b. ATandT
c. Cerner
d. CTG Health Solutions
e. Dell
f. Epic Systems
g. Merge Healthcare
h. McKesson Provider Technologies
i. Optum
j. Orion Health

7. Top Takeaways and Health IT Focus for 2012
8. Health IT Focus for 2012
9. Appendix
10. The Frost and Sullivan Story

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