Hoosier Hospitals Among 'Most Wired'

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Parkview Health in Fort Wayne is included in the list. Parkview Health in Fort Wayne is included in the list.

Several Indiana hospitals and health systems are included in the 2017 "Health Care's Most Wired" list by Hospitals and Health Networks magazine. The survey, conducted in collaboration with the American Hospital Association, recognizes institutions based on their use of information technology.

The publication says this year's list features hospitals and health systems that "rely on increased clinical capabilities, telehealth and mobile technology." The results of the survey show many institutions are shifting their focus from acquiring technology to implementing it into strategies aimed at improving population health, capitalizing on data analytics, boosting patient engagement and introducing new efficiencies. 

The Indiana representatives on the list are included below. Those marked with an asterisk are new to the list.

  • Community Health Network - Indianapolis
  • Deaconess Health System - Evansville
  • Hancock Regional Hospital - Greenfield
  • Indiana University Health Blackford Hospital - Hartford City
  • Marion General Hospital - Marion
  • Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center - Jasper*
  • Parkview Health - Fort Wayne
  • Reid Health - Richmond
  • Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center - Indianapolis
  • Rush Memorial Hospital - Rushville
  • St. Joseph Regional Medical Center - Mishawaka
  • St. Vincent Health - Indianapolis*
  • Union Hospital - Terre Haute
  • Union Hospital Clinton - Clinton
  • VA Northern Indiana Health Care System - Fort Wayne

Additionally, Union Hospital Clinton is the only Indiana representative on the publication's "Most Improved" list. You can view the full list below:

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