At the 2015 annual Health IT Leadership Summit held in Atlanta, GA, a team of Computer Information Systems students from Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business won the “University Innovation Award and HIT Hack Challenge.”
The Second Century Initiative (2CI) is a Georgia State University investment in internationally recognized areas of research with national significance. Due to the unique challenges of the healthcare sector and tremendous opportunities for innovation and advancement through technology, Health Information Technology (HIT) was selected. This endeavor also has major workforce implications for Georgia, as Atlanta was recently recognized as the HIT capital of the U.S. by the Metro Atlanta Chamber.
Kevin Lofton, CEO of Catholic Health Initiatives in Denver and one of Robinson’s MBA/MHA grads, received the highest award from the American College of Healthcare Executives this week in Chicago.
The Institute of Health Administration in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business has been listed among the 50 Most Innovative University Healthcare Administration departments by topMastersinHealthcare.com.