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15 N.J. hospitals, health systems among ‘Most Wired’

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A number of New Jersey hospitals were named to Hospitals & Health Networks’ list of the “Most Wired” hospitals and health systems, based on the magazine’s annual survey of IT adoption in health care facilities.

They included the following hospitals and systems that were among the 375 nationwide dubbed “Most Wired” for their infrastructure, management, clinical quality and safety and clinical integration:

  • Atlantic Health System, Morristown
  • CentraState Healthcare System, Freehold
  • Englewood Hospital and Medical Center
  • Hackensack University Medical Center
  • Hunterdon Healthcare System, Flemington
  • Inspira Health Network, Bridgeton
  • Meridian Health, Neptune City
  • Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick
  • Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston
  • Saint Peter's University Hospital, New Brunswick
  • Somerset Medical Center, Somerville
  • St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center, Paterson
  • Trinitas Regional Medical Center, Elizabeth
  • Valley Health System, Ridgewood
  • Virtua, Marlton

Two other hospitals and health systems were included on the “Most Improved” list, the 25 hospitals that did not make the main list yet showed the most positive change from 2013 to 2014:

  • Princeton HealthCare System, Plainsboro
  • Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Hamilton

This was the 16th annual survey, the results of which were released Wednesday. It was conducted by the magazine in conjunction with McKesson Corp., AT&T, the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives and the American Hospital Association.


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