The HIMSS staff is comprised of changemakers who collaborate with members to reform the global health ecosystem through the power of information and technology. Angie Claypool is Director of Chapter Relations at HIMSS.
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.
HIMSS welcomes the BC Health Information Management Professionals Society as a new chapter in British Columbia, Canada.
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.
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
47 healthcare organizations. Three HIMSS Maturity Models. All utilized to accomplish one goal: digital transformation in healthcare. See the 2019 list of Stage 7 validated organizations, read their stories and find out what you need to do to be on next year’s list.
Intermountain Healthcare shares their journey to achieving the HIMSS Adoption Model for Analytics Maturity (AMAM) Stage 7 validation.
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.
Keeping patients at the center means guiding their health journey from start to finish. This Stage 7 success story explores how one health system implemented a truly impactful palliative care program.
Children’s Hospital Colorado recently embarked on a journey using the HIMSS Analytics Adoption Model for Analytics Maturity to support their work in obtaining data-driven insights to inform strategies focused on improving community health.
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.
As consumerism in healthcare changes how care is delivered, measured and maintained, health systems are being forced to adapt quickly.