Atrium Health wins a 2019 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award for promoting opioid stewardship, reducing patient falls while improving cost and reducing readmission rates.
King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research receive HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award of Excellence for proving it provides excellent care utilizing health information technology.
Australia’s first fully integrated digital hospital used health information technology to help return thousands of nursing hours to bedside care, reduce hospital-acquired pressure injuries, decrease adverse drug events due to medication omissions, and standardize care to reduce length of stay for orthopedic patients.
Encompass Health, one of the largest providers of post-acute healthcare services in the U.S., paired with Cerner in 2009 to implement a post-acute electronic medical record (EMR) at each of its 133 inpatient rehabilitation hospitals across 37 states.
Truman Medical Centers shows how it used virtual observation to improve patient safety, reduced the 30-day readmission rate and promoted opioid stewardship. Only four other organizations have won the award twice.
When the Australian government provided a grant to open a fully integrated digital hospital with UnitingCare, leaders saw an opportunity to improve patient care and satisfaction, enhance provider workflows and progress operations in a unique way.
Showcasing impressive work in blood transfusions, virtual care and urgent care, Banner Health earned a HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award.