Braintree, Mass., September 20, 2016 – Health information technology improves the quality of healthcare delivery, increases patient safety, decreases medical errors, and strengthens the interaction between patients and healthcare providers. 

To mark the important role health information technology plays in improving healthcare delivery in America, Summit Healthcare and others across the U.S. have joined together to celebrate National Health Information Technology (NHIT) Week, September 26-30, 2016. 

The NHIT Week theme: One Voice, One Vision: Transforming Health and Care, is a common goal among HIT thought leaders and organizations; including Summit Healthcare. Throughout next week, nonprofit organizations, suppliers, healthcare facilities, congressional leaders, state and local officials, and other stakeholders from across the country are joining together to bring attention to the role of healthcare IT in improving healthcare delivery. 

Our participation in National Health IT Week highlights our organization’s commitment to ensure a superior level of healthcare technology to hospitals, ultimately allowing them to provide their communities and patients with the highest level of care,” said Ted Rossi, President and Chief Executive Officer of Summit Healthcare

Summit Healthcare is committed to providing clients with an ever evolving, easy to use, line of products and services to help bring their systems together. The goal is to enable all healthcare organizations, with integration and automation technology that allow them to maximize their investment in their current applications, positively impact patient care, and significantly increase productivity throughout their healthcare enterprise. 

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About Summit Healthcare 
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About National Health Information Technology Week 
Now in its eleventh year, National Health IT Week is a collaborative forum assembling key healthcare constituents—vendors, provider organizations, payers, pharmaceutical/biotech companies, government agencies, industry/professional associations, research foundations, and consumer protection groups— working together to elevate national attention to the necessity of advancing health IT. Log onto www.healthitweek.orgfor more information.