Davies Award

By Molly Merrill 04:52 pm August 09, 2010
Sentara Healthcare in Norfolk, Va. and Nemours in Jacksonville, Fla. are finalists for the Davies Organizational Award from the Health Information and Management Systems Society. The awards will be announced in September and given during the annual HIMSS conference and exhibition in Feb. 20-24, 2011.
By Molly Merrill 10:29 am July 19, 2010
Three healthcare organizations have been named as finalists for the 2010 HIMSS Davies Community Health Organization and HIMSS Davies Organizational Awards of Excellence, recognizing their use of electronic health records.
By Molly Merrill 09:35 am July 01, 2010
Six healthcare organizations have been named as finalist for the 2010 HIMSS Davies Ambulatory Care and HIMSS Davies Public Health Awards of Excellence, recognizing their use of electronic health records.
By Molly Merrill 09:57 am June 04, 2010
Six healthcare organizations have been named as finalists for the 2010 HIMSS Davies Ambulatory Care and HIMSS Davies Public Health Awards of Excellence, recognizing their use of electronic health records.
By Chelsey Ledue 02:52 pm February 24, 2010
Since implementing an EHR system in 1997, Heart of Texas Community Health Center, one of the 2009 HIMSS Davies Award winners, has tripled the number of its patients, expanded from a single location to 10 sites, and shown improvement in important quality indicators.
By Bernie Monegain 02:29 pm February 24, 2010
Investments in community health centers that provide care for about 15 million people who are poor, underserved and uninsured have helped expand the services, according to new research. The funds sometimes also give technology a boost.
By Bernie Monegain 11:06 am February 24, 2010
The team at MultiCare Health System was exactly going for the prize when it completed its application for the 2009 HIMSS Davies Award. For them, it was all about the process. The goal was to learn and improve.
By Bernie Monegain 04:02 pm February 23, 2010
Talk about creating buzz. Just utter the words “meaningful use” and you’ll get an earful. Now that the proposed rules are out, there is hardly anyone in healthcare who does not have something to say about it.

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