HIMSS is right around the corner again! This year HIMSS promises to be just a little different. From starting on a Leap Day (February 29) to having a two-time Super Bowl winner (Peyton Manning) give the Keynote speech, this year in Vegas promises a little bit off the beaten path for everyone.

With the HIT industry in a state of flux with ever-changing regulations, dramatic changes in how and when we treat patients, and how providers get paid, HIMSS16 promises to answer the pressing questions you have. 

But, like every HIMSS, making a plan to take it all in can be challenging. To help you get the most of your HIMSS16 experience, here are four steps to get your mind right:

We invite you to stop by and see why NextGen Healthcare remains a market leader in value-based care, population health, interoperability, and revenue cycle services. See demos and speak with our experts on how we help practices foster healthy communities, engage patients, manage care, and deliver healthy bottom lines – all key elements for a successful transition to value-based care.

At HIMSS16 we will be showcasing solutions designed to help you transform your practice to a value-based revenue entity. To totally understand the costs associated with your provider model, you’ll need to meet at least three goals:

  • Achieve interoperability – data exchange and aggregation across hospitals, physicians, and other systems for a clear, longitudinal view of the patient and your population
  • Enhance the patient experience ― patient access, patient engagement, and communication
  • Improve financial performance ― revenue cycle management, operational efficiencies

Additionally, before you hit the HIMSS floor, we invite you to download The Definitive Guide to Value-Based Care and take a deeper dive into the facts about value-based reimbursement.

So no matter where your practice is on its journey to better population health and value-based care, NextGen Healthcare can take it to the next level. Stop by and see how we help practices like yours improve patient outcomes and nurture measurably healthier patient communities.