Marc Jopek

Interoperability a clear need for HIMSS22 attendees

March 22, 2022

Marc Jopek

by MARC JOPEK

VICE PRESIDENT SALES, EMEA, LYNIATE

HIIMSS22 Day 3 was again a successful day with 46 qualified meetings. 

We were expecting that the meeting frequency would be down to zero after lunch time, but we had several visitors even after lunch. 

U.S. and international potential customers were still attending discussions and demos. 

It was my first time to attend HIMSS, so I cannot benchmark quantity of meetings to past exhibitions, but based on my meetings I had during the last three days I was positively surprised about the quality of meetings and the constructive feedback and follow-up requests from potential new customers.  

At Lyniate, we’re solving healthcare interoperability challenges one whiteboard session at a time.

Overall interoperability needs are still an existing priority and pain point. The Lyniate portfolio and solutions 100% match these requirements. With the expansion of the portfolio with NextGate solutions, we are even more in the position to answer all interoperability requirements to build connections for a healthier world. 

Read our HIMSS Recap Day 1 and HIMSS Recap Day 2

Register to join our interactive webinar, Let’s talk about ViVE and HIMSS 

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