HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award Recipients
2017 Davies Enterprise Awards
Memorial Hermann is a 2017 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award recipient and serves as an outstanding example of an organization that has successfully utilized health IT systems to improve patient outcomes significantly. Over the years, Memorial Hermann has rolled out several key initiatives that rely on data and IT interventions to create a high-reliability culture at the bedside.
Advocate Health Care has been selected as a 2017 HIMSS Davies Enterprise Award recipient for implementing the latest technologies to reduce transcription costs, systematize evidence-based guidelines for blood product utilization and prevent outdated test ordering.
As a 2017 HIMSS Davies Enterprise Award Recipient, UT Southwestern Medical Center’s (UTSW) award-winning use cases focused on access to clean interoperable data that enables data-driven decision making, the FitNesse framework to detect errors and resolve system issues, and utilizing Agile methodologies to eliminate work ticket backlog.
Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) has been selected as a 2017 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award Recipient.
For Nebraska Medicine, 2017 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award recipient, focusing on reducing hospital acquired infections through the use of IT to standardize care, and improving quality measurement for ambulatory practices to reduce hospital readmissions, are the centerpieces of the organization's core values to improve care for their patients.
Cleveland Clinic, a nonprofit multispecialty academic medical center and 2017 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award Recipient, leverages information and technology to more effectively identify at-risk patients and predict the need for care interventions to reduce patient mortality and unnecessary re-admissions.
Parkland Health & Hospital System, a 2017 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award recipient, has a long and storied history – beginning as a clapboard building in 1894. After its opening in May of 2015, Parkland became one of the most technologically advanced hospitals in the nation and opened its doors to the citizens of Dallas County. Today, patients are treated in the new 2.1 million square foot facility, dedicated to giving the highest level of service to every patient who walks through the doors.
Lafayette General Health received the 2017 HIMSS Enterprise Nicholas E. Davies Award of Excellence for outstanding achievement in utilizing technology to improve patient outcomes. Lafayette General Health (LGH) is Acadiana’s largest non-profit, community-owned regional health system committed to always delivering excellence.
Children’s National Health System, a 2017 HIMSS Enterprise Nicholas E. Davies Award of Excellence recipient, stands at the forefront of using electronic quality boards to enable enhanced adherence to utilizing clinical best practice for reducing children’s exposure to CAUTI while improving medication reconciliation and reducing exposure to unnecessary radiation. IT-enabled clinical documentation improvements improve accuracy of patient records and generate significant return on investment.
HIMSS Davies Enterprise Award, Nicklaus Children’s Health System is the only licensed specialty hospital in southern Florida that is exclusively for children; it is also home to the largest pediatric teaching program in the southeastern U.S. The U.S. News & World Report has ranked them among the best in the nation. After fully embracing the value proposition of health information and technology in 2016, Nicklaus Children’s Health System achieved significant outcome improvements throughout their health system. Improved outcomes for pediatric patients included dropping blood transfusion error rates to zero using barcoding technology, decreasing asthma readmission rates by 26% with stricter adherence to the use of an asthma home plan of care, and reducing CAUTI’s by 57 by implementing and monitoring best practice guidelines.
Novant Health, a large health system stretching across the Mid-Atlantic with hospitals in North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina, is the recipient of the 2017 Davies Enterprise Award.
2017 HIMSS Davies Award recipient Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) for the innovative use of health information and technology to support improved care outcomes and patient access. Designed to improve patient throughput, the Daily Huddle has helped drive an significant reduction in emergency room length of stay while allowing for no diversions and 1500 more patient stays than budgeted. Information and technology have also been used to reduce high risk re-admissions related to sepsis and improve patient access to preventative care.
Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford and Stanford Children’s Health is a 2017 recipient of the HIMSS Davies Enterprise Award. They serve as the largest health care system in the Bay Area that is uniquely dedicated to the care of children and expectant mothers.
NYU Langone Health is a recipient of the HIMSS 2017 Davies Enterprise award. Recognized for excellence in clinical care, research, and education, NYU Langone Health has over 200 locations throughout the New York area.
2016 Davies Enterprise Awards
2016 HIMSS Davies Award Winner North York Davies case studies.
2016 HIMSS Davies Award Winner Mercy Davies case studies.
2016 HIMSS Davies Award Winner Children's Hospital of Orange County Davies case studies.
2016 HIMSS Davies Award Winner Hawaii Pacific Health (HPH) Davies case studies.
2015 Davies Enterprise Awards
2015 HIMSS Davies Award of Excellence recipient The MetroHealth System (MHS) was the first public/essential health system to ever install the Epic electronic health record (EHR), going live with an ambulatory clinics starting in 1999. In 2014, the MHS became the first public/essential health system ever with the Epic EHR to achieve Stage 7 in the HIMSS electronic medical record adoption model (EMRAM) in both its inpatient hospital and all of its ambulatory clinics.
2015 HIMSS Davies Award of Excellence winner The Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC) is central Ohio’s only academic medical center. OSUWMC serves all patients and populations, with the uninsured and Medicaid population comprising approximately 25% of the organization’s patient mix. OSUWMC's Davies submission features case studies on data surveillance, medical device connectivity, improving medication delivery, and improving chronic care conditions.
2015 HIMSS Davies Award Winner Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Davies case studies
Using a variety of Health IT enabled interventions Centura reduced readmissions for heart failure by15.65%, reduced post-operation deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolisms by 58%, reduced catheter days by 38% since 2012 and catheter associated UTIs by 32%, and reduced fall with injury rate by 24 percent.
2015 HIMSS Davies Enterprise Award of Excellence winner Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences is a public teaching hospital specializing in comprehensive mental health and addiction services for those with complex, serious and persistent mental illness.
2015 HIMSS Davies Award of Excellence winner MU Health Care consists of five hospitals and more than 50 clinics staffed by more than 550 university physicians. MU Health Care has the only Level 1 trauma center in mid-Missouri.
By leveraging the data generated by health information technology HIMSS 2015 Davies Award Winner Hilo Medical Center has saved millions of dollars through more efficient care delivery and revenue cycle management.
St. Clair Hospital realized a broad range of significant benefits through the use of information technology while serving a patient population that includes the largest ratio of Medicare patients in the United States.
2014 Davies Enterprise Awards
University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics 2014 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award case studies on using an EHR to improve Accountable Care-Population Management, Clinical Documentation, Patient Safety, Return on Investment, and Clinical Value
Lakeland Healthcare's 2014 HIMSS Davies Award winning case studies on improving healthcare quality outcomes using information technology.
2014 HIMSS Davies Enterprise Award Recipient Marina Salud case studies on using EHR-enabled strategies to improve quality outcomes associated with sepsis
Truman Medical Center Kansas City Missouri HIMSS Davies Award Case Studies
2013 Davies Enterprise Awards
[Case Study] UCDHS has been able to exchange 3.7 million patient records of multiple types since October 2008.
[Case Study] Case Studies from the fifth-largest pediatric health care provider in the nation.
[Case Study] THR new full-service hospital, opened with a fully integrated EHR, and received HIMSS Stage 7 designation within its first 90 days.
2012 Davies Enterprise Awards
[Case Study] Case Studies from Hawai‘i’s largest health care provider.
[Case Study] The new EHR enables new reimbursement models, improvements in safety and quality, and accelerates research and innovation.
2011 Davies Enterprise Awards
2010 Davies Organizational Awards
[Case Study] A fully-integrated electronic medical record (EMR) system, connects all members of the Nemours care team to a single patient record
[Case Study] A commitment to real-time documentation and scanning capability have transformed Senatara's EHR and coding processes.
2009 Davies Organizational Awards
2008 Davies Organizational Awards
[Case Study] EMMC has several structures that have evolved over the years, to maintain and support ongoing planning and operations of the Project.
2007 Davies Organizational Awards
[Case Study] "One Patient. One Record." Allina’s senior leadership commissioned two teams – one for clinical care and one for revenue cycle – to develop an EMR vision.
2006 Davies Organizational Awards
[Case Study] While the technology of implementing an Electronic Health Record may be difficult, the challenge of analyzing work ?ow was even more daunting.
[Case Study] The vision for the EHR Network is to be a patient centered, community oriented and safety focused.
2005 Davies Organizational Awards
[Case Study] CMH targeted the elimination of paper in favor of queryable data and was seeking improvement in registration, scheduling, physician access to information, cared documentation, charge capture processes and coordination of care across care settings.
2004 Davies Organizational Award
[Case Study] ENH laid the foundation for the success of its EHR by making it part of the organization’s overall strategic objectives.
2003 Davies Organizational Award
2002 Davies Organizational Award
[Case Study] When Maimonides set out on its mission to develop a leading edge CPR system, the vision was clear: to improve the quality and effectiveness of patient care.
[Case Study] The result is an integrated, interdisciplinary electronic patient record, located at the point of care, that’s used by physicians and other clinicians to enter and retrieve patient data.
2001 Davies Organizational Award
[Case Study] The Gemini network at UICMC was initially developed to mitigate concerns that the medical center’s legacy patient care information system was not Y2K non-compliant.
[Case Study] OSUHS Focused on the CPR as a way to reduce costs through increased efficiencies while maintaining an ongoing focus on quality patient outcomes.
[Case Study] As the CPR developed, it became clear that it had become the cornerstone of all of Heritage’s information management functions.
2000 Davies Organizational Award
[Case Study] CPRS is now the leading primary medical record at VA Puget Sound.
[Case Study] One benefit of 25 years’ experience with computerized records and the abortive efforts at in-house development was the availability of existing requirements.
1999 Davies Organizational Award
[Case Study] Kaiser Permanente, Colorado Region, initiated a project in 1991 with simple but far-reaching goals: to design and implement a comprehensive, computerized health record medical system.
[Case Study] Our CPR initiative is not simply an electronic replacement of the paper record but is also an improvement focused process.
1998 Davies Organizational Award
[Case Study] The primary goal of the CMS at Northwestern Memorial Hospital is to continuously improve the quality of patient care.
[Case Study] With the foundation of the CPR system securely in place, KPNW can now turn their attention to improving population-based care for patients.
1997 Davies Organizational Award
[Case Study] The primary goal of the RMRS is to improve patient care while hosting research and education.
[Case Study] M.A.R.S. has contributed to the ability to do rather sophisticated evaluations of care.
1996 Davies Organizational Award
[Case Study] The objectives of the CRIS project were clear: improve the health of patients, customer satisfaction, and provider satisfaction and lower costs of care.
[Case Study] Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) has been the site of pioneering breakthroughs that have improved lives around the world.
1995 Davies Organizational Award
[Case Study] The strategic plan called for an advanced information system which could improve IHC’s ability to compete in the health care market of the future.
[Case Study] This paper describes the information system for clinical data implementation at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center.
[Case Study] The Veteran’s Health Administration computer based patient record is based on the Decentralized Hospital Computer Program.