• The results of a new Gartner Study published in Forbes magazine included Intermountain Healthcare as one of "21 Most Admired Companies Making IT a Competetive Advantage."
  • For the 14th time in 15 years, Hospitals & Health Networks recognized Intermountain Healthcare in "Health Care's Most Wired 2013."
  • The International Institute of Analytics awarded Intermountain with the "2013 Excellence in Analytics Award." Intermountain was one of two organizations nationally to receive this award for going above and beyond extracting business value from business intelligence tools to develop advanced analytics capabilities.
  • The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) and the American Hospital Association recognized Intermountain Healthcare for its leadership in information technology. The award also recognizes Intermountain's extensive use of data-mining integrated with decision-support in clinical information systems to directly improve patient outcomes. 
  • Healthcare IT News ranked Intermountain Healthcare's Homer Warner Center for Informatics Research as the top place to work in healthcare information technology for the second year in a row. 
  • For the fourth consecutive year, Computerworld magazine named Intermountain one of the top workplaces for information technology professionals.
  • Marc Probst, Vice President and CIO, was presented by Healthcare IT News with the H.I.T.Men & Women Awards, honoring top leaders in healthcare information technology.
  • Intermountain Healthcare was named among the top 10 healthcare innovators as part of this year's InformationWeek 500 for innovative use of business technology. 
  • Intermountain developed an iPad application for Life Flight medical crews to enter critical patient data into the patient's medical form before arriving at the hospital. InformationWeek recognized the app as one of the "20 Great Ideas to Steal."
  • Utah Business recognized Marc Probst, Vice President and CIO, with a Healthcare Hero award. This award recognizes a spectrum of healthcare workers from doctors and nurses to unpaid and behind-the-scenes people, like volunteers and administrators.

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