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Alere Analytics Exhibits at HIMSS 2014

March 7, 2014

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Last week Alere Analytics, together with Alere Connect and Alere Accountable Care Solutions, exhibited at the HIMSS Conference 2014. Our booth design was a Care Continuum Tunnel, featuring elements of Alere’s Connected Health Platform: Health Information Exchange (HIE) and Electronic Health Record (EHR) technologies, Mobile Medical Devices, and Clinical Decision Support (CDS) and Population Analytics. Many attendees commented on how innovative our tunnel-style booth was and that they couldn’t help but want to walk through it.

The Alere booth buzzed with activity during all three days the exhibit halls were open. Our booth theater featured hourly presentations by Alere CEOs and customers, such as Virtua and Whitter IPA. At each business unit station, we demoed our Connected Health solutions, and our smoothie station had ice cold strawberry dacquiris and pina coladas mixing in the blender all day.

A strong theme running through HIMSS 2014 was patient engagement and putting patients at the center of healthcare. This has always been a part of the Alere mission – which is to connect patients to their providers even when they are not in the hospital or office setting and empower them to work with their providers in order to improve their health.

Population analytics was also a recurring topic of interest for HIMSS attendees. Healthcare leaders are looking for ways to reduce adverse events, reduce costs and improve outcomes by finding the high-risk patient groups within member populations. Needless to say, our demo station was busy throughout the day.

While at HIMSS, our CEO Mansoor Khan spoke with Jen Bresnick, Editor of EHR Intelligence, on how remote monitoring is affecting the management of chronic diseases.

We had a wonderful, engaging and educational time at HIMSS 2014. Thank you to all who visited the Alere Care Continuum Tunnel. We’ll see you next year in Chicago!

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