The ever-changing world of healthcare is heading toward a common goal: creating innovative technology to accelerate the discovery of solutions, treatments, and cures. With this goal in mind, attending the 2019 HIMSS Global Conference & Exhibition is a great opportunity for anyone in healthcare. This year, the Castor EDC team will be joining the 45,000 other healthcare and technology professionals attending HIMMS. We can’t wait to explore the 300+ education sessions (spanning 24 topics!), network with industry experts and explore cutting-edge products.    

Attending HIMSS 2019? Here’s why you should connect with Castor

One issue that we aim to tackle is the fact that a majority of the world’s medical research data is not reusable. The healthcare industry is sitting on a goldmine of data, but due to poor data quality, lack of standardization, and limited accessibility, this data is being wasted.

At Castor EDC we developed a user-friendly cloud solution for capturing medical research data in the most efficient and smartest way possible. Our platform enables researchers to easily set up data capture forms, collaborate with colleagues, invite patients through questionnaires, and import, export and analyze their data in a secure, compliant cloud environment.

We are creating easy to use technology that ensures medical research data becomes reusable and machine-readable to leverage the power of AI to help us solve healthcare’s biggest challenges.

We will discuss these issues and more at HIMSS, so drop by Booth #7563 and see a live demo in action! Better yet, get ahead of the line by scheduling your demo today.  

Meet Castor at HIMSS19

What should you do before HIMSS 2019?

For starters, you can watch a replay of our pre-HIMSS webinar on the future of data standardization in medical research, specifically about FHIR & FAIR data principles. In this webinar, we discussed several key issues, including the practical challenges faced when reusing EHR data through HL7 FHIR, the potential of fully machine-readable, standardized research data (FAIR), and the trends that are paving the way for the global distribution of datasets. 

Your on-demand replay of the webinar is just a few steps away!

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