Note: Survey is closed. Thanks to those who participated.
If you were nominated to the #HIT100 – even with one vote – would you mind checking out this survey and perhaps completing it?
Over the last week, the results of the #HIT100 have been published: The Complete Top 100, Top 5, Top 6 – 10 and Top 11 – 25. There have been other results: ‘official’ or ‘unofficial’ as I and others have shared here, here, here and here.
While there’s been a bit of controversy about the value of the list, the way some nominees gained entry to the list and the transparency of HIT100 nominations – some of which I’m proud to say that I created – I’d like to clearly agree that the #HIT100 event is a great way to identify and benefit from those who generate, curate, share and/or otherwise participate in the use of information technology in the healthcare space.
And to be sure, there are many great sources to be found among the Top 100. They’re all ‘good resources.’ And there are also similar greatness among the other 600+ nominees not ranked in the Top 100. To help identify these greats, I’ve created a survey that I’d like all those nominated in the #HIT100 event to complete.
Based on the results of this survey, I’ll generate and share general information statistics and profile some specific individuals
Thanks! Steve S
P. S. As much as it pains me to say this: I’m glad @theEHRGuy – aka. Michael Planchart – conceived of this event six years ago. (God that hurts!)