With a change in the reimbursement model, Unity Health Care went from almost no telehealth visits to over 800 visits daily within a space of 30 days.
Explore three case studies on healthcare data management shared by 2019 Davies Award winner Yale New Haven Hospital.
Three case studies demonstrate how St. Luke’s University Health Network prioritized population health and improved outcomes by leveraging health information and technology.
In these healthcare case study overviews, we explore three different examples of Akron Children’s Hospital’s work to provide quality care and improve health outcomes.
Explore three case studies detailing how Davies Award winner Greater Baltimore Medical Center improved tPa stroke treatment rates and quality of life for ischemic stroke patients, enhanced surgical service lines, and implemented order sets to standardize care through an Enhanced Recovery After Su...
This case study tells how The Oregon Clinic went from little to no interoperability to sharing information bi-directionally, previewing records and proactively surfacing pertinent information from inbound C-CDA documents.
Learn from the information and analytics services director at Atrium Health about the processes, roles, technology, and change management approach used during the organization’s interoperability implementation in this case study.
This case study traces MiHIN’s journey toward greater interoperability.
This case study focuses on the development and results of a survey aimed at nursing staff employed by Sutter Health located in California, United States, to measure their understanding of informatics, which uncovering the need for more education and training across the enterprise.
This case study outlines an innovative and revolutionary health IT program proposal currently under-development at Indiana University’s School of Informatics and Computing.
Details a case study performed in Canada to assess nurses’ informatics competencies and the steps taken to improve both their competencies and training.
Greater Baltimore Medical Center set a goal to leverage their EHR to improve recognition of qualified patients for tPA treatment and to administer tPA more efficiently and safely through workflow improvements. Here's what they accomplished.