Innovation Awards

 

InformationWeek IT Excellence Awards

NewYork-Presbyterian has won first place in the Cloud Category at the 2017 InformationWeek IT Excellence Awards. This national information technology competition recognizes the top business technology innovators in the United States, and honors first, second, and third place finalists in five technological categories. NewYork-Presbyterian has been honored for NYP OnDemand, NewYork-Presbyterian’s comprehensive suite of digital health services, designed to improve and expand patient care, and to extend physician access to their peers.

 

CIO 100 Awards

NewYork-Presbyterian has been selected as a 2017 CIO Award Honoree. This national award recognizes 100 organizations leveraging information technology to create innovative solutions for their enterprises. NewYork-Presbyterian has been honored for NYP OnDemand, NewYork-Presbyterian’s comprehensive suite of digital health services, designed to improve and expand patient care, and to extend physician access to their peers.

 

American Telemedicine Association President’s Award for the Transformation of Health Delivery

NewYork-Presbyterian has been named by the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) the winner of the 2017 President’s Award for Transformation of Healthcare Delivery. This national award recognizes a healthcare organization leveraging virtual care in programs that increase the value and quality of healthcare for a large patient population. NewYork-Presbyterian has been honored for NYP OnDemand, NewYork-Presbyterian’s comprehensive suite of digital health services, designed to improve and expand patient care, and to extend physician access to their peers.

 

2016 Client Achievement Award for Telehealth Achievement

NewYork-Presbyterian received American Well's 2016 Client Achievement Award for Telehealth Achievement. In 2016, NewYork-Presbyterian became the first health system to leverage American Well's telehealth mobile software development kit (SDK), and therefore the first health system in the country to fully integrate these video visits into an existing patient facing application.

 

NewYork-Presbyterian remains New York's #1 Hospital and Rises to #6 in the nation in u.s. News & World Report's 'best hospitals' 

NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the largest and most comprehensive hospitals in the nation, is ranked New York’s No. 1 hospital for the 16th consecutive year, and No. 6 in the United States, according to the U.S. News and World Report annual survey of “Best Hospitals,” published online today. The hospital has been once again included in the prestigious Honor Roll, which recognizes national excellence in multiple specialties.

 

cio 100 Awards

NewYork-Presbyterian has been included in the CIO 100 for NYPCare+, a mobile electronic record and collaboration tool. Each year, the CIO 100 honors the hundred best projects in Informational Technology across the nation. NYPCare+ integrates with the Electronic Medical Record (EMR). Providers can use the application to see, enter, and upload EMR data straight from their phones. NYPCare+ also includes features suggested by the providers that collaborated with NewYork-Presbyterian’s IT staff to test and iterate the technology. The application’s “Pictures” capability enables providers to take and transfer photos directly into the patient’s chart, greatly streamlining the upload process. Click above to read NewYork-Presbyterian’s press release. 

 

2016 InformationWeek Elite 100

NewYork-Presbyterian has been ranked fifteenth by InformationWeek Elite 100. This is the fourth time NewYork-Presbyterian has been recognized on the list of top business technology innovators in the country. As described in NewYork-Presbyterian's press release, NewYork-Presbyterian's IntelliBridge Enterprise provides a single, standard-point of interoperability between a patient monitoring system, the Hospital admission, discharge, and transfer (ADT) feed and electronic medical record (EMR). According to Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer Daniel Barchi, this interoperability "allows us to seamlessly integrate patient vital signs and other critical data into our EMR, giving our providers a very clear view of a patient's health." 

 

BECKER'S HOSPITAL REVIEW 100 HOSPITAL & HEALTH SYSTEM CIOS TO KNOW | 2016

Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer Daniel Barchi was included in Becker's Hospital Review's annual list, which contains Chief Information Officers from the country's "largest and most well respected" hospitals. The Chief Information Officers are selected for their commitment to advancing healthcare through initiatives such as developing patient facing technology, managing EHR systems, and prioritizing data security. 

 

CIty & State's the Responsible 100

Chief Innovation Officer Dr. Fleischut received the Vanguard Award from City & State Reports 2015 Corporate Social Responsibility Awards for his work in improving patient experience through technology. The report highlighted services developed by the Innovation Center, including patient tablets, Patient Electronic Boards, NYPConnect, and Autotexting. 

 

#1 in New York, #7 in the Nation: NewYork-Presbyterian Recognized for Excellence in U.S. News & World Report’s 'Best Hospitals'

NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the largest and most comprehensive hospitals in the nation, is ranked No. 1 in New York and No. 7 in the United States, according to the U.S. News and World Report annual survey of "Best Hospitals," published online today. For the 15th consecutive year, NewYork-Presbyterian was included in the prestigious Honor Roll, which recognizes national excellence in multiple specialities.

 

BECKER'S HOSPITAL REVIEW 25 HEALTHCARE LEADERS UNDER 40 | 2015

Chief Innovation Officer Dr. Peter Fleischut was recognized by Becker's Hospital Review as a member of the 2015 Class of 25 Healthcare Leaders under 40. This is the second year in a row Dr. Fleischut has received this honor for his already astonishing amount of positions, awards, and accomplishments in his young career.

 

2015 InformationWeek elite 100

NYPConnect earned NewYork-Presbyterian recognition on the 2015 InformationWeek Elite 100, marking NewYork-Presbyterian's third time ranking on the list of top business technology innovators in the U.S. The press release "NYP launches NYPConnect, a mobile communication & collaboration tool" was featured in Healthcare Informatics, mHealthNews and Street Insider

 

2014 Informationweek Elite 100

NewYork-Presbyterian was ranked No. 6 in the 2014 InformationWeek Elite 100 - a list of top business technology innovators in the U.S. NewYork-Presbyterian was specifically recognized for its use of an innovative patient tablet, designed to empower patients and their providers and improve the quality of health care delivery with the latest technology.

 

Becker's Hospital Review 25 Healthcare Leaders under 40 | 2014

Chief Innovation Officer Dr. Peter Fleischut was recognized as a member of the 2014 Class of 25 Healthcare Leaders under 40 by Becker's Hospital Review for his already astonishing amount of positions, awards, and accomplishments in his young career. Dr. Fleischut serves as the associate Chief Innovation Officer, Deputy Quality and Patient Safety Officer, and Director of the main Operating Rooms for NewYork-Presbyterian. In addition, at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center he stands as the founding director of the Center for Perioperative Outcomes and Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 

 

Modern Healthcare 2013 Up and Comers

Chief Innovation Officer Dr. Peter Fleischut was recognized as a member of the 2013 Class of Up and Comers by Modern Healthcare for his accomplishments regarding the launch of the NYP Housestaff Quality Council in 2008. Modern Healthcare wrote, "As an anesthesia resident, Dr. Peter Fleischut approached leadership at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital with a proposal: Why not create a formal forum for his fellow residents to join in patient-safety initiatives? Dr. Richard Liebowitz, senior vice president and chief medical officer of the 2,264-bed teaching hospital, can recall his reaction to the suggestion: 'Why hadn't anybody thought about this before?'"