HIMSS24: Attendance Appears Equal to That of HIMSS23

March 11, 2024
HIMSS24 attendance in Orlando appears equal to that of HIMSS23 in Chicago

As of Monday afternoon, March 11, attendance at HIMSS24 in Orlando, the annual conference sponsored by the Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society, appeared even with attendance at HIMSS23, which took place in April 2023 in Chicago. A spokesperson for the HIMSS organization confirmed on Monday afternoon that the preliminary attendance total was approximately 35,000, the same figure as it was a year ago, when the HIMSS Conference was held April 17-20 at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago.

The Chicago-based HIMSS organization will share final numbers this summer, but if this preliminary figure holds, it will mean that that level of attendance will have meant a steady level of participation two years in a row, and one 21.5 percent above the 2022 level, when HIMSS was held at Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center, as it is this year.

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