H&HN appreciates the efforts and support of the many individuals who contributed to the success of the 2016 Health Care's Most Wired survey and the research and analysis that go into the results article. The following is a partial list of the many individuals who contributed to the Most Wired survey.
2016 MOST WIRED SURVEY DEVELOPMENT ADVISERS:
Pamela McNutt,* senior vice president and CIO, Methodist Health System, Dallas; David Muntz,* senior adviser, public policy, HITRUST Alliance LLC and principal, Muntz and Co. LLC, Dallas; Linda Reed,* R.N., vice president and CIO, St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, Paterson, N.J.; Jim Veline,* senior vice president and CIO, Avera Health, Sioux Falls, S.D.; Chantal Worzala, vice president, health information and policy operations, American Hospital Association, Washington, D.C.
INNOVATOR AWARD JUDGES:
Naeem Hashmi, chief research officer, Information Frameworks, Boston; Theresa Meadows, senior vice president and CIO, Cook Children’s Health Care System, Fort Worth, Texas; Dana Moore, senior vice president and CIO, Centura Health, Englewood, Colo.; Kermit Moore, COO, Nemaha County Hospital, Auburn, Neb.; Nilesh Shah, PMO director, UCSF Medical Center, San Francisco; Bill Spooner,* founding adviser, Next Wave Health Advisors, Johnson City, Tenn.; Tressa Springmann, vice president and CIO, LifeBridge Health, Baltimore, Md.; Brian Sterud, vice president of information technology and CIO, Faith Regional Health Services, Norfolk, Neb.; Eric Yablonka, vice president and CIO, University of Chicago Medicine.
HEALTH FORUM STAFF:
Paul Barr, Jeff DeGuilio, Matthew Diener, Genevieve Diesing, Lindsey Dunn, Susan Edge-Gumbel, Brian Frankie, Deanna Frazier, Robyn Gray, Estella Heard, Michelle Hoffman, Suzanna Hoppszallern,* Clisby Jackson, Danny Jackson, Lee Ann Jarousse, Peter Kralovec, Cheri Kusek, Connie Lang, Kristin Lanning, Chuck Lazar, Andrea Liebig, Barbara Novosel, Robin Pasteur, Bill Santamour, Susan Sheffey, Elaine Singh, Samantha Swift, Marty Weitzel, Nia Williams, Laura Woodburn, Heather Yang.
The 2016 Health Care's Most Wired survey is produced by H&HN and the American Hospital Association’s Health Forum.
*Members of the Most Wired Advisory Board