Congratulations to Geonetric’s Most Wired

What does it mean to be “most wired?” More than it used to. That’s according to H&HN Most Wired Survey. The survey has been going strong for more than a decade and provides a comprehensive snapshot of how information technology is being used in hospitals.

A lot has changed in healthcare IT over the last decade, and the H&HN survey has changed to accommodate the advances. For example, this year’s survey included questions on meaningful use and the scoring has become more transparent.

That makes the taste of victory even sweeter, and we’d like to congratulate Geonetric’s clients that made the list this year.

We know all of our clients are committed to using technology to connect with patients, potential patients and community, as well as using it to improve efficiency internally. We are excited to work with some of the most forward-thinking hospitals and health systems in the country!

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About Tracy Trettin

Tracy develops and executes Geonetric’s marketing communication strategy and manages the creation of collateral and sales tools. Tracy brings more than ten years of experience to Geonetric, including experience developing integrated marketing strategies and plans to enhance brand awareness, improve market positioning and increase sales. Most recently, Tracy served as director of marketing and communications for NSCA, a national trade organization. Prior to NSCA, Tracy held the position of marketing manager at Stamats, a national higher education marketing firm.

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