iVantage Health Analytics, creator of the first national hospital rating system, puts Atlanta in the top 10 U.S. cities for healthcare.
“This year’s findings confirm the premise of the new healthcare,” Mr. Morrow said in the report. “It sheds new light on hospital and population performance and the effect both have on the health of local communities and the economy.”
The iVantage ranking was based on hospital and market performance for populations.
With more than 225 health IT companies in Georgia that generate $4 billion in annual revenue and employ more than 30,000 Georgians, the state’s growing healthcare sector is gaining significant recognition across the nation. In fact, Georgia took center stage at the HIMSS14, the world’s largest annual health IT conference that took place February 2014. Think you know Georgia’s Health IT sector? Test your Georgia Health IQ or visit Georgia.org/HIT.