U.S. News and World Report ranks the best hospitals, centers for specialties and medical schools based on data from 5,000 hospitals and surveys of more than 140,000 physicians.
MAP winners excel in meeting revenue cycle benchmarks, embodying best practices, and achieving outstanding patient satisfaction.
The HIMSS Davies Award of Excellence recognizes outstanding organizations who have used health information technology to substantially improve patient outcomes while achieving return on investment.
OSUWMC saved an estimated ~$160 million per year, while improving patient satisfaction. They achieved this by reducing the misuse of antimicrobial agents, using standardized levels of service across locations, and implementing MyChart Bedside for patients in their hospitals.
In 2015, Metrohealth doubled HIV and HCV screenings for at-risk patients, and reduced drug-resistant infections by over 30%. They improved outcomes for diabetic patients and averted 17 amputations. They also saw a return on investment of $20 million per year.
NIH grants are awarded to leaders in research and innovation, to assist them in creating new projects.