Focused on the Value of Health Information Technology, Apollo Exhibits at HIMSS15

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Look for Apollo at Booth 2738 on the HIMSS15 Exhibition Floor in Chicago, April 12-15, 2015.

Apollo, the leading provider of clinical multimedia management solutions, brings its health IT solution, Apollo EPMM®, to the exhibit floor for the 2015 Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition in Chicago from April 12-16, 2015. More than 38,000 healthcare industry professionals are expected at the conference where they will learn about and discuss health IT issues and, on the exhibit floor, view innovative solutions designed to transform healthcare.

As an exhibitor, Apollo is looking forward to bringing back its premier enterprise clinical multimedia management and workflow solution, Apollo EPMM, to HIMSS this year. Healthcare professionals will be able to see Apollo EPMM in action in the booth via individual demos. To make an appointment for a private demo, please contact Apollo at info(at)apollopacs(dot)com or by calling 703-288-1474.

“If you’re considering a vendor neutral archive (VNA) for your enterprise imaging needs, you need to do more than just manage storage. You also need clinical multimedia management and specialty-specific workflows in a unified solution,” said Mark Newburger, Apollo President & CEO. “Unlike a VNA, only Apollo EPMM works the way you work: every clinical specialty can capture, share, edit, and manage patient multimedia safely and securely through one proven solution incorporating each department’s existing clinical workflow.”

In addition, you can see Apollo’s mobile app, Apollo Mobile™, in action and used with Apollo EPMM. With Apollo Mobile, everyone on the healthcare team can capture pictures, video, or audio via their mobile devices and immediately upload and use them in their practice. Apollo Mobile supports bar code scanning on the mobile device. Simply scan the patient bar code and take a picture. It is immediately uploaded to the patient’s record and deleted from mobile device. This avoids the high-risk activity of storing images directly on mobile devices and ensures that the real-time activities that are happening every day - whether at a patient’s bedside, in a medical office, or in a lab environment - are managed and protected by the enterprise.

While exhibiting at HIMSS, Apollo will demonstrate how you can maximize the health IT value that Apollo EPMM brings to a healthcare enterprise through better patient care, collaboration, ease of effort, risk reduction, time and cost savings, and protecting patient privacy.

“The exhibition floor at the Annual HIMSS Conference offers our attendees the chance to see, interact with, and learn about the many health IT solutions and services offered by our exhibitors. Understanding how IT can – and does - improve health truly becomes reality on the three days our exhibit floor is open during HIMSS15, hours we have extended this year so that attendees and exhibitors have more time to interact. I appreciate the contributions of all our exhibitors and welcome them to HIMSS15,” said Karen Malone, vice president, meeting services, HIMSS North America.

To learn more about Apollo:

  •     Visit booth #2738 during HIMSS15
  •     Go to
  •     Follow Apollo on Twitter at: @ApolloPACS
  •     Find Apollo on LinkedIn

Learn more about HIMSS15. Use #HIMSS15 when tweeting about the conference.

About Apollo
Apollo has been a leader in providing healthcare enterprises with quality digital imaging and multimedia solutions since 1993. Apollo EPMM is the only proven enterprise solution that enables all providers to collaborate for the benefit of the patient by providing a 360° view of patients’ clinical multimedia and health data. While others promise easy, secure, specialty-specific access throughout the enterprise, Apollo delivers this today at marquee institutions throughout the United States and Canada. For more information visit Apollo’s website and follow us on Twitter.

CONTACT: Lisa Haas, Lhaas(at)apollopacs(dot)com, 703-288-1474

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