Last week, Medical Information Records, LLC (MIR) debuted its triple platform Anesthesia Information Management System (AIMS), AnesthesiaOS (AOS), at the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California.
Thousands of anesthesiology professionals from around the globe attended the Annual Meeting and participated in a four day comprehensive educational seminar, which offered access to educational sessions, abstracts, technical exhibits and great networking opportunities. The MIR team was in full force in California and as a result, the AOS product truly shined. Indeed, AOS was the talk of the conference and thousands of industry professionals engaged MIR representatives during the four day gathering to gain further insight and information into the dynamic and robust product.
The AOS product was featured in a booth in the exhibition hall and representatives were on hand throughout the conference to provide live demos of the triple platform AIMS. Additionally, AOS representatives were available to answer questions from enthusiastic and engaged professionals who were eager to learn more about AOS and utilize its services.
AOS’ Chief Technology Officer Dr. Christopher Ray and Chief Public Relations Officer Dr. George Armendariz participated in the ASA Annual Meeting as featured speakers, and provided a thorough presentation on AOS to attendees. Dr. Ray and Dr. Armendariz demonstrated AOS’ simplicity, intuitiveness and speed, as well as the comprehensive functionality, cost containment and risk management features, encrypted security measures, and the built in informatics engine.
Attendees eagerly sought out MIR representatives and were wowed by the AOS product and demonstrations. Such enthusiastic and positive feedback was certainly exciting, but the MIR team quickly remembered (as practicing anesthesiologists) why anesthesiologists don’t take comfortable shoes for granted. As industry professionals are well aware, spending hours on your feet monitoring patient care is no simple task.
With new AIMS products such as AOS, there is hope for not only better patient care, but perhaps less wear and tear on anesthesiologists’ feet!