20 hospitals, systems ranked on digital health performance

Hospitals and health systems around the country have widely adopted digital health tools in recent years. But the performance of these applications can vary.

Data analytics company Galen Growth and marketing firm Finn Partners ranked several leading healthcare organizations using the Alpha Score, which measures their digital health portfolio companies' performance and fitness, financial strength and well-being, sector and subcategory health, and ability to solve healthcare pain points.

Here is how they ranked in the March 27 report:

1. Community Health Systems (Franklin, Tenn.): 77.6

2. Intermountain Health (Salt Lake City): 75.1

3. Cleveland Clinic: 72.2

4. Lifepoint Health (Brentwood, Tenn.): 70.7

5. Trinity Health (Livonia, Mich.): 70.5

6. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (New York City): 70.3

— Northwell Health (New Hyde Park, N.Y.): 70.3

8. Boston Children's Hospital: 69.2

— Mount Sinai Health System (New York City): 69.2

10. Veterans Health Administration (Washington, D.C.): 69

11. CommonSpirit Health (Chicago): 68.9

12. Cedars-Sinai (Los Angeles): 67.7

13. Brigham and Women's Hospital (Boston): 67.5

14. HCA Healthcare (Nashville, Tenn.): 66.5

15. Christus Health (Irving, Texas): 66.3

16. Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minn.): 66

17. Advocate Health (Charlotte, N.C.): 65.1

18. Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston): 64.9

19. Tenet Healthcare (Dallas): 64.6

20. Ascension (St. Louis): 62.6

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