SMH Listed Among Americas Most Wired

Coconut Telegraph

Sarasota Memorial Hospital was listed among America’s “Most Wired” hospitals by the American Hospital Association (AHA). Results from the 19th Annual HealthCare’s Most Wired® survey spotlight Sarasota Memorial among 461 tech-savvy hospitals. They have pioneering emerging technologies that promote the secure exchange of patient information through the use of smart devices, telehealth and remote monitoring, and encourage patients to become more actively involved in their healthcare.  Hospitals earning high marks for their use of information technologies also were recognized for developing sophisticated IT systems that support quality and safety, such as bar code medication administration and real time decision support alerts, clinical integration to provide a patient-centered record across the continuum of care; and security systems to monitor for malicious activities and protect patients from privacy breaches.

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