This year's “Healthcare’s Most Wired” survey, conducted by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), recently recognized several Introba (formerly Ross & Baruzzini) healthcare technology clients. CHIME's Most Wired list acknowledges healthcare organizations that have adopted and deployed information technology to improve patient safety and health outcomes across the industry.
Our featured clients include:
- Children's Hospital Colorado
- Duke University Health System
- Essentia Health
- Genesis Healthcare System
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
- Parkview Health
- Saint Barnabas Medical Center
- SCL Health
- UNC Health
- University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital
“Digital transformation in healthcare has accelerated to an unprecedented level since 2020, and the next few years will bring a wave of innovation that empowers healthcare consumers and will astound the industry,” said CHIME President and CEO Russell P. Branzell. “The Digital Health Most Wired program recognizes the outstanding digital leaders who have paved the way for this imminent revolution in healthcare. Their trailblazing commitment to rapid transformation has set an example for the entire industry in how to pursue a leadership vision."
Building Patient-Focused Healthcare Systems:
Our Technology team understands the impact of patient experience relating to growing market share in a competitive landscape. According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, improving patient experience can enhance health outcomes, build greater employee satisfaction, and boost an organization's bottom line.
Achieving high patient experience ratings requires leveraging today's advanced healthcare technology and digital tools. Learn how we can help your healthcare team accelerate efficiency, quality, and safety across your entire facility. For more information on how we can help improve your patient experience, contact our Technology team.
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