The top 5 large hospitals (76-199 IT employees) in the 2013 Where to Work: BEST Hospital IT Departments program know that with all the work employees have on their plates these days, it's incredibly important to promote good work-life balance, recognize achievement and have fun.
The top 5 small hospitals (25 or fewer IT staff) in the 2013 Where to Work: BEST Hospital IT Departments program pay special attention to workloads and make sure that employees don’t have more on their plates than they can handle.
Scenes from the opening ceremony of the Global Center for Health Innovation in downtown Cleveland on Oct. 8. The four-story building houses the HIMSS Innovation Center in the 30,000 square-foot space on the top floor as well as several other healthcare tenants.
The Medical Group Management Association annual conference, held in San Diego, drew nearly 5,000 physicians and healthcare industry professionals from across the country.
The top 5 super hospitals (200+ IT employees) in the 2013 Where to Work: BEST Hospital IT Departments program keep employees happy and engaged by not skimping on training and making it clear that the team's work is critical to providing good patient care.
Revisit the 8th annual National Health IT Week, which took place September 16-20 in Washington, D.C. More than 375 organizations participated in the event to discuss the important role health IT plays in the U.S. healthcare system.
The “Where to Work: BEST Hospital IT Departments” employee survey asked the 5,557 staffers who took the survey the following question: “What traits characterize a great hospital IT department?” These 10 answers sum up many of the responses.
Check out this slideshow to relive moments from Farzad Mostashari's time as National Coordinator for Health IT.
From the Pacific Northwest to Downeast Maine, this year's Most Wired hospitals in the Small & Rural category prove that cutting-edge health IT can thrive anywhere.
Health Datapalooza IV kicked off June 3 in Washington, D.C., and featured keynote speakers such as athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Harvard Medical School Professor Atul Gawande and UK Secretary of State for Health Jeremy Hunt.