Best Hospital IT Department 2016

Best Hospital IT Departments

Best Hospital IT 2016:  Phoebe Putney Memorial
By Bernie Monegain 07:48 am November 01, 2016
The Georgia hospital is looking to build on the foundation laid with a new Meditech EMR.
Best Hospital IT 2016: Inspira
By Tom Sullivan 07:45 am November 01, 2016
Developing apps that allow patients more control over their healthcare is a start; next are apps that capture wearable data inside the health system.
Best Hospital IT 2016:  St. Elizabeth Healthcare
By Jessica Davis 07:41 am November 01, 2016
The Kentucky system looks forward to building on top of the enterprise EHR and financial systems they've built.
Best Hospital IT 2016: Roper St. Francis Healthcare
By Mike Miliard 07:40 am November 01, 2016
New bolt-on 'niche functionality' offers both opportunities and challenges for the South Carolina hospital.
Best Hospital IT 2016: Mahaska Health Partnership
By Mike Miliard 07:37 am November 01, 2016
A small staff but big expectations means creativity is needed to put patients first at the Iowa hospital.
Best Hospital IT 2016: Henry County
By Bernie Monegain 07:33 am November 01, 2016
With just 10 IT professionals, Henry County is undertaking a major EHR upgrade and work on MU3 while keeping up with mobile devices, and getting rid of paper.
 Best Hospital IT 2016: Silver Cross Hospital
By Diana Manos 07:33 am November 01, 2016
With a focus on convenience for patients, the Illinois hospital is keeping its IT staff motivated.
Best Hospital IT Department Burgess Health Center
By Jessica Davis 07:25 am November 01, 2016
An approach to infrastructure that includes visualization is working for the Iowa hospital.
Best Hospital IT 2016: Methodist Le Bonheur
By Tom Sullivan 07:14 am November 01, 2016
A family-centered culture at the Tennessee system led to development of a life-saving alert system based on Apple and Cerner tools.
Lucile Packard Best Hospital IT
By Mike Miliard 07:10 am November 01, 2016
The hospital also has strong relationships with Epic and Apple. And CIO Ed Kopetsky shines a light on the IT people who put tech to work for patients as its true heroes.

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