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Tampa, FL, United States, 2017/02/15 - assessURhealth™ brings its mental and behavioral health screening tool to the exhibit floor for the 2017 HIMSS Conference & Exhibition at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. from February 19–23 - HIMSSConference.org / assessURhealth.com.
Featured will be coffee & cocktail talks with the 18th US Surgeon General, Dr. Regina Benjamin, and interactive product demonstrations.
“We’re thrilled to be a first-time exhibitor at HIMSS 2017 and to share assessURhealth™ with attendees,” said Mallory Tai Taylor, Cofounder of assessURhealth™, “our product embraces data-driven assessments for better patient care, patient engagement, and overall well-being – while contributing significant new revenue to physicians bottom-line.”
assessURhealth™’s massive 400 square foot installation includes a two-story structure and giant brain, with a view of the conference you won’t want to miss. Twice daily small-scale discussion sessions with the 18th U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Benjamin, offers a unique opportunity for visitors along with interactive iPad®’s featuring live product demos.
40,000 healthcare industry professionals are expected at the conference, working to improve health through technology such as assessURhealth™. “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,” said Karen Malone, vice president, meeting services, HIMSS North America. The exhibit floor is open February 20-22, 2017.
To sign up for discussion sessions with the 18th U.S. Surgeon General or to learn more about assessURhealth™, visit Booth #223 during HIMSS17.
assessURhealth™ (assessURhealth.com) empowers clinicians by providing the tools and resources needed to positively impact the identification, treatment & awareness of mental & behavioral health while adding new revenue. We offer a tablet based, patient-completed assessment to clinicians, trade associations, higher education institutes, government entities and more. Custom reporting provides clinicians key risk classification data on depression, anxiety, somatic symptom, alcohol misuse, opioid abuse, postpartum and PTSD.