Adverse drug events (ADEs) are the reason for 1.3 million emergency department visits each year. See how Parkland Health leveraged analytics to prevent ADEs for high-risk patients.
In this Stage 7 success story, see how Texas Children’s Hospital, the largest children’s hospital in the U.S., improved patient and caregiver experiences with health information and technology.
In this Stage 7 success story, learn how Mount Sinai Medical Center leveraged the full capabilities of their EMR to provide high-quality care and increase provider engagement.
HIMSS Analytics recognizes Hospital for Special Surgery for their status as a Stage 7 hospital, as tracked by the Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (EMRAM) SM
To improve the flow of health data, 2019 Davies Award winner Yale New Haven Hospital implemented a Capacity Coordination Center.
St. Luke's University Health Network aimed to address prevent future post-operative complications like acute kidney injury and hypotension that often follow a total joint replacement procedure, and worked on new protocols to prevent and reduce these instances.
Intermountain Healthcare shares their journey to achieving the HIMSS Adoption Model for Analytics Maturity (AMAM) Stage 7 validation.
2019 Davies Award winner St. Stephen’s Hospital of Hervey Bay, Australia is also the first HIMSS Analytics Stage 7 validated hospital in Australia. Read about how they innovated for improvement.
In this Stage 7 success story, we explore how Arkansas Children's Hospital observed a sustained decreased in pediatric emergency transfers through the implementation of a new Watcher program.
2019 Davies Award winner Mackenzie Health took action to address delays in care and reduce length of stay for COPD patients.
In this Stage 7 success story, we explore how Jefferson Health worked to improve transitional care management in a complex medical environment to keep patients well throughout their inpatient to outpatient journey.
By combining technology, process improvement and clinical decision support tools, the Metro Health stroke care team is now able to prepare for patients before they arrive in the ED, improving communication and patient outcomes.