The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) recently spotlighted top performing health care organizations that participated in the 2019 CHIME HealthCare’s Most Wired survey. The organizations were honored for being best in class in three categories: most improved, small and rural, and ambulatory.
The Most Wired survey assesses the adoption, integration, and impact of technologies in health care organizations. In 2019, CHIME expanded international outreach, added an ambulatory survey, and introduced a performance excellence certification system using a Level 1-10 scale. Each participating organization received certification and CHIME also looked at total scores and performance to identify standouts in three categories: health care organizations that showed the greatest improvement from 2018 to 2019, small and rural organizations, and the top ambulatory organizations. They are as follows:
Small and Rural
“Most Wired is a measure of who uses their technological resources and talent in ways that best serve their patients, health organizations and communities,” says Bill Spooner, chair of the Most Wired Governing Board. “We are pleased to find that quality isn’t tied to one organizational type, size, or location, and to give well-deserved recognition to leaders across the industry.”
— Source: College of Healthcare Information Management Executives