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HIMSS 2023: Christine Buck offers tips on making the most of the conference


The HIMSS 2023 Conference is bringing tens of thousands of people to Chicago, and here are a few suggestions on learning, dining, and one mistake to avoid.

Chicago - The HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition is taking place in Chicago this week, and as many as 40,000 people will be attending.

With hundreds of sessions on topics such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, health equity, interoperability, and behavioral health, visitors will find plenty of food for thought.

There's also plenty of great food in the Windy City, and it goes beyond Chicago's famous deep dish pizza.

Christine Buck, chief marketing and communications officer with HIMSS, shares some insights on getting the most out of the healthcare technology conference in this video. She provides some suggestions on getting a taste of Chicago beyond the conference.

With many sessions focused on AI, expect plenty of discussions of ChatGPT. Hint: Don't make a drinking game of ChatGPT mentions.

Read more: The HIMSS 2023 Conference: What you need to know

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