Grand View Health Wins Award for Technology Use

Department members (at top from left) include Carol Rementer, Doug Berry, Linda Spier, Anthony Carr, Karen Kalinowsky, Matthew Lezoche, Joseph Varghese, Eric Mattern, Joseph Duke, Jane Doll Loveless, and Kimberlee DeFinis

SELLERSVILLE PA – Members of the information technology department at Grand View Health System, which operates outpatient centers in Harleysville and Pennsburg, have been recognized by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives for effective use of technologies in the system’s clinical and business programs to improve local healthcare.

The college recently presented the Sellersville-based department with its Level 7 Quality Award for ambulatory and acute care, according to Jane Doll Loveless, MBA, who serves as Grand View Health’s vice president and chief information officer. Its honor is part of the college’s annual “Digital Health Most Wired” program.

Grand View Health is among thousands of facilities across 10 countries that were analyzed by the college for their technological integration and skills.

“Deeper analysis of the data shows the major efforts underway to transform” how healthcare is delivered, college President and CEO Russ Branzell reported. The best “facilities up their digital game in areas such as patient engagement, clinical quality, security and data analytics,” he said.

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