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Mount Sinai Queens Is Ranked In Top 10 Percent of Hospitals In the U.S. for Adoption of Electronic Medical Records
Date:6/25/2013

value of improving patient care with electronic medical records;
  •     Has begun to create strategic alignments with its medical staff to effectively utilize information technology to improve the patient safety environment; and
  •     Is well positioned to provide data to key stakeholders, such as payers, the government, physicians, consumers, and employers, to support electronic health record environments and health information exchanges.
  • Stage 6 hospitals also have achieved a significant advancement in their IT capabilities that positions them to successfully address many of the current industry transformations, such as meaningful use criteria in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, claims attachments for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, pay for performance, and government quality reporting programs.

    "This distinction honors your organization’s accomplishments to implement technology solutions that have the ability to improve patient safety and quality of care,” wrote H. Stephen Lieber, President & CEO of HIMSS and Chairman of the Board of HIMSS Analytics, in announcing the award. “Currently, only 518 hospitals in the United States, including yours, carry a Stage 6 designation. Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens is a great example of how a vision can become reality in the world of healthcare information.”

    About Mount Sinai Queens
    Mount Sinai Queens is a 235-bed licensed acute care hospital, providing adult medical and surgical services, with a team of nearly 500 physicians representing close to 40 medical and surgical specialties and sub-specialties. Between the physicians and staff, 35 languages are spoken; just one of the many ways that Mount Sinai Queens responds to the needs of the culturally diverse population of our community. Mount Sinai Queens serves Western Queens and beyond by providing primary and specialty care
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