Attendees learn about products and solutions inside the exhibit hall.
The unique Block Party at Adepto Medical’s headquarters was a hit.
Top-notch educational sessions received positive reviews from attendees.
MD Publishing, parent company behind TechNation magazine and MD Expo, continues to deliver successful events to the HTM world amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Building on its 2020 HTM Mixers, the company ventured into unchartered territory with the first ever HTM Mixer Kansas City in September 2021. The event was a great success exceeding expectations.
The event attracted more than 200 HTM professionals. The Gateway Biomedical Society, HTMA-MidWest and Heartland Biomedical Association proudly supported the event that included an exhibit hall, educational sessions and networking opportunities. An HTM Mixer is much like MD Publishing’s signature event – MD Expo. The main difference is that the HTM Mixer is smaller to provide a safe and clean environment for like-minded professionals to engage in continuing education and networking.
MD Publishing President John Krieg described the event as “a great HTM Mixer.”
MD Publishing Vice President Kristin Leavoy said it was “a great event from start to finish,” including the outstanding Block Party at Adepto Medical’s headquarters.
“This is amazing! Thank you Adepto Medical and Pioneer Biomedical,Inc. for throwing this awesome block party during the KC #HTMMixer,” MD Publishing’s Jayme McKelvey posted on LinkedIn.
Leavoy added that the mixer seemed to tap a market eager to network and connect with peers with many new faces not seen at previous mixers MD Expos. These new quality attendees provided “incredible value” to exhibitors looking to connect with HTM thought leaders and decision makers.
The future of HTM was also well represented. Many students took advantage of free registration to learn more about this great career and network with company representatives and potential future coworkers.
Danielle McGeary, vice president of healthcare technology management at AAMI, shared some of her thoughts about the HTM Mixer on LinkedIn.
“Thank you to the Healthcare Technology Management Association-MidWest for inviting me to present AAMI’s “HTM in a Box” to students from the Olathe Advanced Technical Center (part of Olathe North Sr High School) at MD Publishing’s #HTMMixer in Kansas City today. A special shout-out to Tim Cordes for coordinating the student visit and for his relentless passion for creating a strong pipeline of future BMETs and #HTM professionals. It was an absolute pleasure to co-present the session with him. #IamHTM”
Sponsors that helped make registration free for hospital employees, active members of the military and students were Cylera, Pioneer Biomedical, Adepto Medical, Ordr, Nuvolo, Phoenix Data Systems and Accruent.
For more information about recording educational sessions and upcoming HTM Mixers, visit HTMmixer.com.
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