Procrastinator ’ s Guide to #HIMSS18 and Other Conferences

I have a confession to make. I have never actually managed to follow any of the popular advice that encourages people to prepare for HIMSS weeks in advance. As I think back across the 12 HIMSS conferences I have attended, I can’t remember a single time when I started earlier than the week before (the only exception being booth logistics). I never reached out to people to pre-arrange meetings. I never looked at the session schedule more than 5 days before the conference. Even when I was in a sales and business development role, I always found myself scrambling with a week to go. As I moved into Marketing roles, I did do a little more planning, but it was mostly to make sure the booth had power, carpet, etc. Inevitably I would start my personal HIMSS planning the week before the big event. So if you find yourself in the same situation for #HIMSS18 (which starts next week) take heart. There is still time to maximize your HIMSS time. Here is my Procrastinator’s Guide to HIMSS18 (and other conferences as well). Enjoy. Attend as many meetups as you can Meetups are hands-down the most productive networking events at HIMSS. It doesn’t matter if it’s an official HIMSS meetup (usually held at HIMSS Spot or in the HIMSS Booth) or one that is hosted by a company. Meetups attract thought-leaders and key industry influencers. This is a double-bonus. Not only will you get the chance to connect with the experts leading the discussion, but they will draw in a big crowd...
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Okey, why did i thought of this combination. I work as EM resident in europe and we do not evaluate much CT scans. You can learn self of course. But my thought is - if you are double specialized with rad maybe it can give much to patient flow, you can take quick evaluations self and avoid long with times till you get rad answer. You have good ultrasonography skills and if you want to avoid a bit patient contact can work for exemple 50/50 or 60/40. Maybe it is just me who thinks that way... Combined EM/Diagnostic Radiology?
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