Inspiren to showcase its revolutionary innovation, AUGi at HIMSS21 

Inspiren to showcase its revolutionary innovation, AUGi at HIMSS21 

Studies show how AUGi can help improve patient satisfaction

New York, July 2021: This year Inspiren will be showcasing its innovative technology, AUGi, at the HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas, from August 9 to 13. The HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition is the can’t-miss health information and technology event of the year, where professionals throughout the global health ecosystem connect for education, innovation and collaboration. For nearly 60 years, HIMSS members and healthcare professionals—from CIOs and senior executives to providers and payers to IT consultants and entrepreneurs—have attended the industry’s most influential conference and trade show.

Inspiren will showcase their revolutionary device, AUGi, a nurse-invented, automated patient monitoring system. This first of its kind hybrid sensing platform leveraging computer vision, environmental sensing, and IoT connectivity to analyze and understand the physical and digital environment of a patient or resident. Wall-mounted near the patient bed, AUGi collects data on and intelligently analyzes interactions between caregivers and patients, room environmental factors like temperature, noise, brightness, etc. Visitors will be able to see AUGi in action at Inspiren’s booth (C617) at HIMSS. 

“Our data analytics engine can generate predictive algorithms to help prevent injuries and medical errors, assess patient workload to enhance staffing, moreover, the entire system can integrate with the Electronic Health Records (EHRs),” shares Micheal Wang, CEO & Founder, Inspiren. AUGi’s automatic collection and analysis of patient/staff behavior and medical device data unlocks a healthcare organization’s ability to make tactical and strategic data-driven decisions to improve patient outcomes. A recent study, published by American Nursing Informatics Association, states how AUGi improved clinical protocols and helped reduce patient falls. Further details from the study will also be shared at HIMSS.

If you are attending HIMSS21 and would like learn more visit booth C617 in Caesars Forum or schedule a personal demo here.

Event details:

HIMSS21 Global Health Conference & Exhibition

Las Vegas

August 9-13, 2021

About Inspiren:

Inspiren, a nurse-led technology company, is dedicated to helping hospitals and elderly care facilitates reduce adverse events, ensure staff safety and satisfaction, and mitigate infection control. Inspiren’s platform, “AUGi”, is an award winning, computer vision and hybrid sensing technology that intelligently analyzes patient behavior, interactions between providers and patients, room environmental factors, IoT enabled medical devices, and personal protective equipment, to provide unparalleled insights to protect patients and safeguard staff. Inspiren (Brooklyn, NY) is located in the 84k square foot innovation space New Lab at The Brooklyn Navy Yard.

For further information, head to or email at 

LinkedIn: @InspirenHealth

About HIMSS:

Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, Inc. (HIMSS) is a global advisor and thought leader supporting the transformation of the health ecosystem through information and technology. As a mission-driven non-profit, HIMSS offers a unique depth and breadth of expertise in health innovation, public policy, workforce development, research and analytics to advise global leaders, stakeholders and influencers on best practices in health information and technology. Through our innovation engine, HIMSS delivers key insights, education and engaging events to healthcare providers, governments and market suppliers, ensuring they have the right information at the point of decision.

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, HIMSS serves the global health information and technology communities with focused operations across North America, Europe, the United Kingdom, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. Our members include more than 100,000 individuals, 480 provider organizations, 470 non-profit partners and 650 health services organizations.