Congratulations to Mercy Health in Cincinnati, OH for attaining HIMSS Stage 7 recognition in 4 hospitals and 215 ambulatory sites – positioning Mercy to be "a very strong force in the at-risk market in the Ohio and Kentucky region." Read the announcement.
Congratulations to The MetroHealth System in Cleveland for its achievement of HIMSS Stage 7 Ambulatory status in 18 clinics. Among other clinical and business improvements supported by technology adoption, MetroHealth reports improved and expedited patient notification of incidental findings following an ED visit. Read the announcement.
HIMSS Analytics recently announced the achievement of Stage 7 EHR adoption in 4 TriHealth hospitals and 115 ambulatory clinics in and around Cincinnati, OH. Among other accomplishments, TriHealth is the first provider organization to successfully meet Stage 7’s new blood and infant nutrition requirements. Read the announcement.
HIMSS Analytics recently recognized Cedars-Sinai Health System in Los Angeles for reaching Stage 7 adoption – noting that, even among its Stage 7 peers, the hospital is “one of the most fully deployed and automated facilities we have encountered.” Read the story.
Norma Tirado, CIO & VP of HR for Lakeland HealthCare, sat with healthsystemCIO.com to discuss the health system’s speed-to-value approach to technology adoption. She also addresses strategies for developing internal talent and Lakeland’s notable outcomes at Stage 7. Read the interview.
Congratulations to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital on its achievement of HIMSS Stage 7 both in its hospital and 14 ambulatory clinics. The achievement puts the health system in the company of the top 3% for health IT adoption in the US – and an even smaller fraternity of pediatric organizations. Read the announcement.
Marc Chasin, MD, the CIO & CMIO of St. Luke's Health System, sits with Kate Gamble of HealthSystemCIO.com to talk population health, analytics, exchange, and telemedicine. He shares what he’s learned so far and where the health system is headed. Read the interview.
Lancaster General Hospital recently achieved Stage 7 of EMR adoption, as measured by HIMSS. The hospital has made remarkable medication safety gains and deployed an integrated physician-office system that "has positioned them to succeed in risk sharing contracts." Read the announcement.
Congratulations to Hawai’i Pacific Health (HPH) for achieving HIMSS Stage 7, both in its hospitals and clinics. The recognitions come on the heels of the health system’s 2012 Davies Enterprise Award. CIO Steve Robertson is looking to the future, saying “This foundation will enable even more innovation and improvements in patient care.” Read the announcement.
Congratulations to Bon Secours Healthcare for having four hospitals reach HIMSS Stage 7. Earlier this year, 31 clinics in the integrated health system reached Ambulatory Stage 7. The dual recognition highlights the success of Bon Secours' "one patient, one record" approach to quality and safety. Read the announcement.
Congratulations to UCLA Health System for reaching HIMSS Stage 7 in its three hospitals. The recognition places the facilities in the top 2.2% of hospitals nationwide for technology adoption. Despite being live only nine months, UCLA is already using data from its integrated system to improve patient care. Read the announcement.
HIMSS announced Children’s Medical Center Dallas as a 2013 Davies Enterprise Award Winner for its use of technology to achieve clinical and financial goals. Among the hospital’s achievements are decreased length of stay in the ED, a >50% decrease in accounts receivable, and an annual $2 million savings from pharmacy waste reduction. Read the case studies.
Congratulations to Lakeland Health for achieving HIMSS Stage 7 adoption in four hospitals and three ambulatory clinics. The health system reached the milestone in less than 3 years. In the process, it reported improvements in care coordination while decreasing costs. Read the announcement.
Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) celebrated the achievement of HIMSS Stage 7 status by three facilities in northeast Wisconsin – St. Vincent Hospital, St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center, and Nicholas Hospital. The HSHS sites join just over 2% of hospitals in the US at the top level for EMR adoption. Read the announcement.
Congratulations to Atrius Health and Reliant Medical Group, the first clinics not affiliated with a hospital system to receive HIMSS Analytics highest award for technology adoption. The groups are using population health analytics to lead the region in care costs, through their Medicare Pioneer ACO. Read the announcement.
Congratulations to Texas Health Resources, recently named by HIMSS as a 2013 Davies Enterprise Award winner. Among the health system’s documented achievements was a 50% reduction in post-surgical venous thromboembolism (VTE) over 4 years, preventing 400 events at a cost savings of $6 million. Read the case studies.
Congratulations to West Virginia University (WVU) Healthcare on its achievement of HIMSS Stage 7 status in both its flagship hospital and 30 ambulatory clinics. The integrated health system says that technology has had "a dramatic impact" toward supporting its mission. Read the announcement.
HIMSS recently announced UC Davis Health System as a 2013 Davies Enterprise Award winner for achievements in clinical value, HIE, telehealth, and ROI through technology. Measured improvements include a 25% reduction in sepsis mortality, exceeding the 15% program goal. Read the case study.
Congratulations to Novant Health, recent recipient of HIMSS Analytics’ Ambulatory Stage 7 Award. Novant replaced 28 separate EMRs and 100 disparate billing systems with a single enterprise system en route to the top Stage 7 designation, currently held by 1.16% of US clinics. Read the announcement.