Press Event to be held Sunday, February 19 at House of Blues Orlando
With the world of healthcare focused on Orlando in mid-February, hundreds of members of the media, healthcare and technology luminaries and more than 30 industry leading companies will gather to network, share breaking news, and showcase the latest technologies at a Power Press Party taking place at the House of Blues, Orlando, on Sunday, February 19th.
This media-centered event is timed immediately prior to the largest healthcare technology trade show in the world, the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, or HIMSS, taking place inside the Orlando Convention Center, February 19 – 23, 2017.
“We knew the press would be here, so we wanted to provide a fun, casual environment to discuss the important healthcare issues of the day, as well as give our friends in the media a sneak peek at the latest technologies being announced at HIMSS,” said event organizer Dennis Dailey, Publisher, mHealth Times.
Dailey said that working press and analysts may apply for free admission to the House of Blues event by visiting www.PowerPressPortal.com.
A select group of healthcare technology companies are sponsoring the press event, including:
- Concerto Cloud Services
- Citra Health
- Konica Minolta
- Lightning Bolt
- Qlik Healthcare
Representatives of these companies will be on-hand to meet the press, share breaking news, showcase the latest technologies and solutions, and to discuss healthcare innovation.
StartUp Health, a global organization leading the movement to transform health by building a community of Healthcare Transformers, will be represented at the event by 12 innovative CEOs who are on a mission to improve the health and wellbeing of everyone in the world.
The Power Press Party also has a charity focus. These media and industry leaders are banding together to support Momcology, a 501(3)(c) peer-to-peer support and information network of mothers of children with cancer. A social media awareness and fundraising campaign is being launched and a portion of the sponsorship revenues will be being donated to Momcology. To learn more about Momcology, visit www.Momcology.org.