NOMINATION DEADLINE February 1, 2020
The Emily Sopensky Intelligent Health Association (IHA) Awards were established in 2012 to champion those healthcare providers and institutions that use technologies in health care systems for the betterment of patient safety, supply chain and asset management. Nominations for Emily Sopensky IHA Intelligent Health awards may recognize any healthcare provider organization, such as hospitals, integrated delivery networks (IDNs), clinics and nursing homes, specifically the end users who are implementing these technologies.
Sponsor: The Intelligent Health Association
Presented to: An individual, an organization, or a team of individuals.
Nominators: Except for IHA Board of Directors and staff and judges, any person may nominate a candidate for an Emily Sopensky IHA Intelligent Health award.
Deadline: Nominations must be completed by Midnight ET Saturday February 1, 2020.
Notification: FEBRUARY 14, 2020, the award recipients are notified and invited to receive their awards at the HIMSS20 Exhibition Conference in Orlando Tuesday March 10, 2020. The nominators are copied on these notifications. All entries are kept confidential to IHA staff and the judges until the recipient is notified. If less than 3 nominations per category, no award will be made in that category.
Inquiries: Paul Frisch, Awards Chair email: email@example.com
Eligible healthcare systems will employ any of the following technologies: Auto-ID, BAP (all frequencies of battery-assisted passive systems) Biometrics, BLE, BYOD (bring your own device), Nano, NFC, Mobile devices (e.g. iPhones/Droids/iPads) Mobile Apps, RFID (all frequencies), RTLS (all technologies), Sensors, Telecommunications, Voice technologies, Wireless (all technologies)
Prize : Each award will receive a trophy at the awards event on Tuesday March 10, 2020.
Basis for judging: In the evaluation process, the following criteria are considered: impact on healthcare; improvement in the patient experience; succession of significant technical or other contributions; leadership in accomplishing worthwhile goal(s) such as an organization’s performance; previous honors; and other achievements as evidenced by measurable data, (including a video or website link) patents or other evidence; quality of nomination. The solution addresses industry challenges. The results of the solution are documented. Permission has been granted and the application content is certified by the appropriate officer(s) of the entry’s organization.To ensure that these awards demonstrate competition for high achievement, no fewer than three nominations must be received for each category. Otherwise no award will be given for that category.