The HIMSS Davies Award of Excellence showcases healthcare organizations that demonstrate globally innovative, thoughtful applications of information and technology to drive and redefine evidence-based best practices so that others can learn, adapt and improve population health and patient outcomes.
Applying for the Davies Award
- Eligible Organizations
- Hospitals and specialty hospitals, integrated care delivery networks, academic medical centers
- Independent ambulatory practices
- Community health organizations
- Enterprise clinics
- State or local public health organizations
- Required Industry Milestones
- Achieved sustainable improvement to clinical care outcomes and population health in outcomes through the utilization of information and technology-enabled workflows, care standardization and analytics to drive quality improvement
- Hospital and health system applicants: Accomplished Stage 7 validation on one of the HIMSS Maturity Models
- Public health applicants: Demonstration of public health benefits as a result of using information and technology for your jurisdiction
If your organization meets these eligibility and qualification requirements, email us to request more information.
What are the benefits of winning a Davies Award?
- Celebrate success with recognition through HIMSS channels. We will use your case study submission to create a success story article that we will publish on our website.
- Discover a new perspective on your organizational growth. The case study process will show you how much you have accomplished and where you have opportunities for further growth.
- Gain powerful financial leverage for additional funding resources.
- Showcase globally innovative practices for improving population health and patient outcomes.
The 2021 Davies Awards submission cycle will close on February 1, 2021. Email us to learn more.
Winner Success Stories
Explore stories about how healthcare organizations have achieved the HIMSS Davies Award and why their contributions are significant to health information and technology.
- Clinical Decision Support Tools and Smart Tech: King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center, Riyadh, KSA
- Healthcare Data Management: Yale-New Haven Health System, New Haven, CT, U.S.
- HIT Standardization: Stephen’s Hospital, Urraween, Queensland, AU
- Improving Population Health: St. Luke’s Health Network, Bethlehem, PA, U.S.
- Social Determinants of Health and Virtual Observation: Atrium Health, Charlotte, NC, U.S.
- Standardizing Processes and Care for Pediatric Patients: Akron Children’s Hospital, Akron, OH, U.S.
- tPA Stroke Care and ERAS Surgical Standardization: Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Towson, MD, U.S.