The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed many high-value use cases where distributed ledger technology such as blockchain could address immediate global needs and support an accelerated response.
HIMSS Unveils the Digital Health Indicator to Measure Health System Progress Toward A Digital Health Ecosystem
To support global health systems as they look for ways to accelerate and strengthen capacity and resilience as the future unfolds, HIMSS is proud to unveil its global solution, the Digital Health Indicator.
HIMSS and Forrester want to know if you’re facing technology issues in your COVID-19 response plan.
Understanding their accountability when it came to safer prescribing practices for opioid-addicted patients, Geisinger took a holistic approach to ensuring their patients' needs are managed.
After research, personal interactions and broad feedback from HIMSS’ 80,000 members around the world, it has become clear that the time is now for a comprehensive, yet focused, definition of digital health.
Congratulations to the 2019 Davies Award winners: 11 organizations that have achieved HIMSS’s highest global recognition of healthcare organizations.
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.
The Davies Award winning organization created a smart room in one of their facilities to improve patient experience and outcomes, using it as a model to help pave the way for healthcare transformation through innovation.
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.
HIMSS Analytics is proud to recognize Sparrow Health System for its revalidation as a Stage 7 healthcare system, as tracked by the EMRAM/O-EMRAM.
Riverside Medical Center of Louisiana reached Stage 7 after recognizing the promise of digital health innovations for improved stroke outcomes.
The Digial Imaging Adoption Model for Enterprise Imaging, or DIAM-EI, ensures alignment with the industry and confirms that technology is used to its fullest extent for the best possible patient outcomes.