CHIME Recognizes 14 Gozio Health Clients with “Most Wired” Status
Gozio Health, an industry-leading, customizable, location-aware mobile engagement platform, today announced 14 of its health system clients received “Most Wired” recognition from the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME). The CHIME Digital Health Most Wired Survey recognizes healthcare organizations that demonstrate excellence in leveraging digital technology to improve care delivery, patient safety and health outcomes.
One of Gozio’s clients—University Health—is one of just 18 health systems in the nation to be awarded Level 10 certification, the highest level of recognition awarded, in the acute care category. To be certified at Level 10, organizations must exhibit an outstanding record of leveraging the power of digital technology within a visionary corporate strategy. In fact, CHIME raised the bar for digital health expectations this year, making University Health’s Level 10 designation all the more prestigious.
Clients that received Level 8 or Level 9 recognition for demonstrating dedication to excellence in digital health in the acute care category include:
- Deaconess Health System (Level 9)
- Grady Health System (Level 9)
- John’s Hopkins Health System (Level 9)
- Novant Health (Level 9)
- UNC Health (Level 9)
- University of Miami Health System (9)
- University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (9)
- Yale New Haven Health System (Level 9)
- Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (Level 8)
- Hospital Sisters Health System (Level 8)
- Nicklaus Children’s Hospital (Level 8)
- Piedmont Healthcare (Level 8)
- University of Tennessee Medical Center (Level 8)
The CHIME Digital Health Most Wired Survey includes more than 38,000 facilities from 10 countries that serve patients across the continuum of care, from acute care to ambulatory care and long-term/post-acute care.
“We wholeheartedly congratulate our partners for achieving ‘Most Wired’ status for excellence in digital health,” said Joshua Titus, CEO and founder, Gozio Health.
“The stakes for designing the right digital experience in healthcare are high, with one out of four consumers saying they would switch providers for high-quality digital services. These 14 organizations are leaders in digital strategy and innovation, we admire their forward-thinking approach, and we are honored to work with them.”
Digital health capabilities are a “critical muscle” for health systems during the pandemic, according to CHIME. “The last three years have been a period of remarkable disruption and challenge for healthcare organizations,” CHIME states in its Most Wired trends report. “As healthcare organizations large and small work to reinforce and reinvent solutions to fissures exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to recognize the incredible role digital health is playing in the healthcare ecosystem’s regeneration.”
At Nicklaus Children’s, which put all its consumer-facing digital services into a single mobile app for patients and their families in 2022, the “Most Wired” award validates its approach. “Today, digital access to healthcare services and live support is critical to meeting the needs of children with complex conditions, who might travel an hour or more to receive in-person care,” says David Seo, MD, vice President and chief information officer, Nicklaus Children’s. “We’re excited to be recognized as a ‘Most Wired’ organization and look forward to the continued advancements we’ll make as we deepen our investments in digital innovation.”
For more information, read the press release about the CHIME Digital Health Most Wired Survey, or view the list of winners.
About Gozio Health
Gozio Health offers an end-to-end, customizable digital health platform exclusively for healthcare systems. Gozio’s extensible mobile platform enables seamless consumer interactions and provides an anytime, anywhere connection to patients that improves their overall experience and access to care. Popular patient engagement features include patented indoor wayfinding with turn-by-turn navigation, virtual visits, physician directories, appointment scheduling, access to electronic health records, Urgent Care and Emergency Department wait-times, and extensive analytics capabilities. Gozio customers surveyed in a 2021 KLAS Research Emerging Technology Spotlight report found 100% satisfaction and improved experience for patients and staff. For more information, watch the video or visit www.goziohealth.com or find Gozio Health on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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