Three case studies demonstrate how St. Luke’s University Health Network prioritized population health and improved outcomes by leveraging health information and technology.
Explore three case studies on healthcare data management shared by 2019 Davies Award winner Yale New Haven Hospital.
This case study follows the development and execution of an international project focused on assessing and improving health IT education within universities and colleges in Estonia, Finland and Latvia.
Patient Safety and Continuity with an Evidence-Based Decision Support Tool for Nursing Practice and Documentation Case Study
This case study explores the development, advancement and national use of a decision-support tool unifying terms, competencies and practices among nurses in Norway.
This HIMSS Davies Award case study outlines one hospital’s work to sustain safe infant feeding practices.
Learn how a Davies Award recipient lowered its unplanned readmission rate from around 4% to ~3% by utilizing a near real-time readmission predictive score.
Sharing Data Across the Care Continuum: Perspectives from Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Case Studies
Read the experiences of three long-term care and post-acute care groups as they call attention to several important realities impacting data exchange that affect continuity of services and treatment during transitions of care.
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.
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi was named a HIMSS Davies Enterprise Award recipient for leveraging the value of health information and technology to improve 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 HIMSS Davies Award case study focuses on using embedded, evidence-based care guidelines to control pediatric asthma and an alert system that triggered when patients were about to be discharged before a home management plan was created.
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.