14 Stage 7 Hospitals With 25 Beds or Less

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In total, 14 hospitals with 25 beds or less have been recognized HIMSS Analytics' Stage 7 Award, the highest level of electronic medical record progress a hospital or health system can attain. Currently, only 171 U.S. hospitals have reached HIMSS' stage 7 designation.

Banner Lassen Medical Center (Susanville, Calif.) — 25 beds [part of Phoenix-based Banner Health]
Baylor Scott & White Hospital-Taylor (Texas) — 25 beds
Centura St. Anthony Summit Medical Center (Frisco, Colo.) — 25 beds
Community Hospital (Torrington, Wyo.) — 25 beds [part of Banner Health]
East Morgan County Hospital (Brush, Colo.) — 25 beds [part of Banner Health]
Edgerton (Wisc.) Hospital & Health Services — 25 beds
Missouri Orthopedic Institute (Columbia) — 18 beds [part of the University of Missouri Health Care System in Columbia]
Ogallala (Neb.) Community Hospital — 18 beds [Part of Banner Health]
Page (Ariz.) Hospital — 25 beds [part of Banner Health]
Platte County Memorial Hospital (Wheatland, Wyo.) — 25 beds [part of Banner Health]
Stoughton (Wisc.) Hospital — 25 beds
Texas Health Specialty Hospital (Fort Worth) — 15 beds [Part of Arlington-based Texas Health Resources]
The Heart Hospital (Newburgh, Ind.) — 24 beds [part of Deaconess Health System in Evansville, Ind.]
Washakie Medical Center (Worland, Wyo.) — 25 beds [part of Banner Health]

Since 2005, HIMSS Analytics' EMR Adoption Model has tracked electronic medical record adoption in hospitals and health systems throughout the country. The eight-stage model cumulates with stage 7, in which paper records are no longer used. Stage 7 organizations are also able to share patient information electronically and have advanced data analytics capabilities.

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