Since 1994, the HIMSS Nicholas E. Davies Award of Excellence has recognized outstanding achievement of organizations who have utilized health information technology to substantially improve patient outcomes while achieving return on investment. The Davies Awards program promotes EHR-enabled improvement in patient outcomes through sharing case studies and lessons learned on implementation strategies, workflow design, best practice adherence, and patient engagement.
Gain a new perspective on your organizational growth. The case study process will show you just how much you have accomplished and where there are opportunities for further growth.
Best practice guidance on how to leverage health information technology to improve quality of care, patient safety and revenue.
More powerful financial leverage for additional funding resources.
Celebrate your success with well-deserved recognition through the HIMSSMedia Group. Publications are read by over 600,000 readers, and your story will be shared with policy leaders at all levels.
The possibility of fast tracking your career by touting involvement with a nationally recognized Award application.
Congratulations to 2014 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award Recipients, Lakeland Healthcare, Marina Salud Hospital of Denia, Spain, and Truman Medical Centers of Kansas City, Missouri!
Congratulations to 2014 Davies CHO Award Recipient Community Health Centers of Florida based in Orlando, Florida!
Ohio State’s University Wexner Medical Center is central Ohio’s only academic medical center. It serves all patients and populations, with the uninsured and Medicaid population comprising approximately 25% of the organization’s patient mix.
HealthNet’s successful use of health IT to move metrics is highlighted in case studies focused on the value of leveraging IT to standardize care and improve patient outcomes.
Centura Health has been named a 2015 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award recipient. Focused on improving population health outcomes, Centura has been able to significantly reduce hospitalizations associated with chronic disease management using alternative payment models enabled with risk stratification, clinical decision support, patient engagement and analytics.
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