HIMSS is pleased to recognize Children’s Hospital of Orange County as the first pediatric hospital in North America to be named a Davies Award recipient for the second time.
The Davies Award recognizes the hospital’s work to improve pediatric asthma access, care and outcomes and its use of predictive modeling to customize standardized care plans to reduce hospitalizations for medically complex children.
Children’s Hospital of Orange County has leveraged data and evidence to redesign care processes. In addition to CHOC’s success with its breastmilk administration process, the hospital has scaled best practices to other avenues of infant nutrition, improving care and reducing potential safety events.
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“We are honored to once again receive the Nicholas E. Davies Award from HIMSS and another opportunity to share with others how we’ve leveraged technology and our EMR to improve the care we deliver,” said Bill Feaster, MD, vice president and chief health information officer at Children’s Hospital of Orange County. “CHOC’s governance structure and close interactions between our IT and clinical staff allow us to effectively apply our information and technology solutions to take on clinical challenges like the ones presented for this award.”
The HIMSS Davies Award recognizes the thoughtful application of health information and technology to substantially improve clinical care delivery, patient outcomes and population health.