Hospitals & Health Networks sponsors the annual Most Wired Survey, which is an industry-standard benchmark for measuring Meaningful Use adoption of health care IT.More >
Your organization will receive a customized benchmarking report comparing your hospital's progress to other participants' responses.More >
The 2014 Most Wired Survey and Benchmarking StudyMore >
Health Care's Most Wired
Hospitals & Health Networks sponsors the annual Most Wired Survey, which is an industry-standard benchmark study. The survey is designed to measure the level of IT adoption in U.S. hospitals and health systems, and is useful tool for hospital and health system leadership to map their IT strategic plans. Health Forum, an American Hospital Association information company, distributes, collects and analyzes the Most Wired data and develops benchmarks that are becoming the industry standard for measuring IT adoption for operational, financial and clinical performance in health care delivery systems.
Key Findings Report
Key Findings Report
The strategic use of health IT is a differentiator as hospitals prepare for the value-based second curve of health care. Most Wired hospitals lead the way in:
- use of IT to hardwire evidence-based practices to improve quality and patient safety
- converting data into actionable information through analytics for clinical and business decision-making
- integrating services through medical homes and health information exchanges.
Find out what they're doing and how far ahead of the curve they're running with the 2013 Most Wired Key Findings report. With more than 80 charts and commentary from many of the 2013 Most Wired award recipients, this document shows you where other hospitals are, what their top leadership is thinking, and help your organization set strategic goals and benchmarks to make the most of the health information you use every day.
Order the 2013 Most Wired Key Findings Report – in easy to use pdf e-book format – at the Health Forum store. Enter the code MW13 and receive a 10 percent discount off the cover price.
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