On Thursday, February 2, 2012 the annual TechColumbus Innovation Awards will showcase Central Ohio’s many achievements by honoring its top innovators. It is a night of networking, prestige, and celebration. Winners in 13 award categories will be announced to an audience of 1,100+ attendees.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital is proud to be a semi-finalist in the “Outstanding Technology Team” category. “It is an honor to be a semi-finalist for this award and to be recognized for our innovations,” commented Brian Shea, chief technology officer at Nationwide Children’s. “We look forward to the event to be surrounded by our peers, colleagues and mentors to learn if we will be named a finalist.”
Nationwide Children’s Hospital achieved a semi-finalist ranking for the way the hospital is utilizing virtualization technology to provide access to clinical applications in an innovative way. The hospital is doing this through “eChart Connect”. This solution combines leading virtual technology solutions to create a suite of unique delivery services. These services are designed to swiftly and securely deliver clinical information to the right person at the right time and to the right device. Similar concepts are being considered at other organizations, however, they are not as comprehensive as eChart Connect which includes the Desktop, Toolbar, Remote and Mobile services.
The TechColumbus Innovation Awards celebrate the spirit of innovation by recognizing outstanding technology achievements in Central Ohio. This prestigious evening showcases the region’s advancements and promising future. For more information, visit www.techcolumbusinnovationawards.org.
COMPANY AWARD CATEGORIES:
Corporate Innovator of the Year, Outstanding Startup Business, Outstanding Product (fewer than 50 employees), Outstanding Product (more than 50 employees), Outstanding Service (fewer than 50 employees), Outstanding Service (more than 50 employees), Outstanding Technology Team, Green Innovation, Innovation in Non-Profit Service Delivery
INDIVIDUAL AWARD CATEGORIES:
Executive of the Year (fewer than 50 employees), Executive of the Year (more than 50 employees), Outstanding Woman in Technology, Inventor of the Year