Microsoft Health Users Group 2010 Innovation Awards

MicrosoftThe Microsoft Healthcare Innovation Awards, now in its thirteenth year, is an opportunity to showcase how your organization and your customer's organization, is using technology to enhance and transform the quality of patient care, reduce costs, streamline clinical and business processes, drive interoperability, improve productivity and workflow, and enable informed decisions.

The Microsoft Healthcare Innovation Awards are presented annually to the healthcare organization and technology solutions partner - with which it has collaborated - that best demonstrates industry leadership in using technology to achieve innovation excellence in each of the following categories:

  • Clinical Records - Inpatient
  • Clinical Records - Ambulatory
  • HIE and Interoperability
  • Microsoft HealthVault Applications

Entries will be judged primarily on the following three criteria:
1. The innovation represents a breakthrough from the industry's historical approaches.
2. The innovation goes beyond incremental improvements on technologies that already exist.
3. The innovation measurably improves significant business and/or clinical processes that positively impact patient care.

The award committee will accept nominations from any healthcare organization* worldwide, which has developed and implemented a solution independently or working with a technology solution partner, as long as the solution is based on the latest Microsoft technologies such as BizTalk Server, Windows Server, MOSS 2007, Windows Mobile, SQL Server, Microsoft Surface, Xbox or the Office System 2007 to name a few. The award emphasizes the innovative application of available software and the creation of new solutions.

*Healthcare organizations include hospitals, health systems, clinics, group practices, public health organizations

Benefits to your organization

  • Cross-industry recognition for both the healthcare organization and technology solutions partner, as leaders in technology innovation.
  • Opportunity as a finalist (three finalists in each category) to present your solution in detail to the panel of judges, which includes influential members of the media and industry analysts.
  • Broad awareness for winners and finalists through supporting news release, online content, and media interviews.
  • A finalist and/or winner logo that can be leveraged in related marketing materials, conferences, and trade shows.
  • Winners and finalists will receive guidance from Microsoft on how to promote themselves.
  • Winners will have the option to present a track session at the Fall 2010 Microsoft Health Users Group Exchange.
  • Winners will be awarded the coveted Microsoft Health Users Group 2010 Innovation Awards Trophy presented at the Microsoft Booth Theater on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010 from 3:00 - 3:20 p.m., during the HIMSS 2010 conference.

How to Enter
1. Review the Official Entry Form and Rules & Regulations from the Microsoft Health Users Group 2010 Innovation Awards website at www.mshug.org/awards.
2. Download the Call for Entry Document. Fill in all required information. E-mail completed document to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
3. BOTH healthcare organization and technology solution partner (if applicable) must sign the completed Release Form (last page of entry document) and fax to 312-915-9512 (you must include a cover page to the attention of: Caroline Connelly). Please note: Your submission will not be considered unless the Release Form is faxed in.
4. Submission deadline is January 22nd, 2010 at 5:00 PM Central Standard Time. After this date, all entries and content will be considered final.

Related news articles:

Most Popular Now

Apple Health Records Available for Allsc…

Allscripts (NASDAQ: MDRX) announced that Apple Health Records is now available for Allscripts Sunrise™, TouchWorks® and Professional EHR™ clients and their patients. Health Records brings together hospitals, clinics and the...

Philips Signs Agreement to Create Taiwan…

Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, today announced that Taipei Veterans General Hospital (TPVGH) will utilize the Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution to transform its...

Machine Learning Improves the Diagnosis …

Researchers from Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the German Cancer Consortium (DKTK) have successfully solved a longstanding problem in the diagnosis of head and neck cancers. Working alongside colleagues from...

Robotic Thread is Designed to Slip throu…

MIT engineers have developed a magnetically steerable, thread-like robot that can actively glide through narrow, winding pathways, such as the labrynthine vasculature of the brain. In the future, this robotic...

St Helens and Knowsley Advance with Ambi…

St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trusthas successfully gone live with System C’s CareFlow Vitals as part of its ambitious strategy to accelerate digitisation and become a digital exemplar...

The Future of Mind Control

Electrodes implanted in the brain help alleviate symptoms like the intrusive tremors associated with Parkinson's disease. But current probes face limitations due to their size and inflexibility. "The brain is...

Experimental Validation Confirms the Abi…

Insilico Medicine, a global leader in artificial intelligence for drug discovery, today announced the publication of a paper titled, "Deep learning enables rapid identification of potent DDR1 kinase inhibitors," in...

Using a Smartphone to Detect Norovirus

A little bit of norovirus - the highly infectious microbe that causes about 20 million cases of food poisoning in the United States each year - goes a long way...

Medical Informatics Europe Conference 20…

28 April - 1 May 2020, Geneva, Switzerland. The European Federation of Medical Informatics (EFMI) presents the 30th Medical Informatics Europe conference (MIE) at the Geneva International Conference Center (CICG). This...

Computer Model could Help Test New Sickl…

A team of Brown University researchers has developed a new computer model that simulates the way red blood cells become misshapen by sickle cell disease. The model, described in a...