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2016 Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awards Nominations

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Shine a spotlight on your organization’s IT innovation, and get your team the recognition they deserve.

The Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awards Program recognizes leadership teams from patient care organizations—hospitals, medical groups, integrated health systems, and other healthcare organizations—that have effectively deployed information technology in order to improve clinical, administrative, financial, or organizational performance. Leaders of past winner organizations, such as 2015’s top four innovators—Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic, Texas Children's Hospital, Children's Health Alliance, and Bon Secours Medical Group—describe receiving the Innovator Awards as motivating them towards further innovation in healthcare.

We’re accepting submissions until December 7, 2015

Winning Benefits:

  • The first-place organization’s leaders are prominently featured in the Healthcare Informatics January/February 2016 issue, including photos on the cover page of print and digital issues.
  • The top three finalists will be:
    • Featured in January/February 2016 articles in print and online
    • Honored at the prestigious Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awards Reception at HIMSS16
    • Recognized with a personalized achievement award and certificate

All 10 finalists:

  • Receive industry recognition
  • Are granted licensure for use of the official Healthcare Informatics Innovator logo on all 2016 organizational materials.
  • Are featured in HCI online coverage
  • Are featured in a dedicated email



Nominee Information
About the Project

Overview of Project  Define the goals, scope, and execution of the project, and please support with facts.  (250-750 words) *


Results and Benefits

List the results and benefits gained from this project. Wherever possible, please back up claimed benefits with quantifiable, measured results.  Please address the following:

a. Why is this project worthy of recognition?
b. How has it achieved an unusually high business or clinical value?
c. How has it improved patient care or hospital efficiency?
d. How does it differ from other IT projects in the industry?