The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives recently launched the 2018 Most Wired Survey, which hospitals can complete through May 31. The annual survey, which recently transitioned to CHIME from AHA’s Hospitals & Health Networks magazine, this year captures health information technology practices in areas such as infrastructure, security, business continuity/disaster recovery, business and administration management, analytics/data management, interoperability/population health, patient engagement, and clinical quality and safety. Winning organizations will be honored Nov. 2 at the CHIME CIO Fall Forum in San Diego. For more information and to complete the survey, visit https://chimecentral.org/chime-most-wired.  

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