Artezio at the HIMSS17 Conference
Posted on Mar 2, 2017
The 2017 HIMSS Conference is one of the largest worldwide healthcare IT events held in February in Orlando, FL. Artezio representatives took this opportunity to meet more than 40,000 business professionals, share experience in healthcare technology solutions, and gain insights on the industry trends during 300 sessions.
Dmitry Rodionov, Artezio Director of Business Development, “It was the first time we attended such a global event in the medical technology industry. Healthcare is one of the most important spheres worldwide, and the leading-edge technologies are moving it forward, thus improving quality of our lives.
This year the conference topics were focused on clinical and business intelligence, information exchange, interoperability, and data access, which are of deep interest to Artezio. This allowed us to be actively involved into discussions, make new acquaintances with software vendors, and learn more about what the future might be for the industry.”
Artezio has been involved in healthcare technology projects for more than 10 years. During this long-term operation on the market, the company’s experts have developed a solid number of sophisticated software systems, among which are medical data management systems, hospital management systems, pharmacy chain database solutions, clinical trials management solutions, etc.
Established in 2000, Artezio is an ISO 9001:2015 certified custom software development company. Over the last 16+ years, Artezio has completed more than 1000 projects. Artezio's custom software development services enable its clients to deploy multi-platform applications, resulting in leveraged power of modern software technologies. Some industry-leading sectors where Artezio holds a stellar track record include telecommunications, mobile platforms, financial services, healthcare, hi-tech, logistics, utilities as well as retail. Artezio provides IT services to small, medium, and large companies within the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Israel, Japan, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and Russia. The company has 8 software development centers in Europe.