McKnight's technology awards debut

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McKnight's technology awards debut
McKnight's technology awards debut

McKnight's has partnered with American HealthTech to establish the first annual “McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards — Connect Our World.”

These unique and prestigious awards will honor providers that have made significant improvement in residents' care through the use of innovative technology.

Five awards total will be given to the highest-scoring providers in the following categories: Quality Through Technology; Dignity Through Technology, High Tech/High Touch; Transitions and Innovator of the Year.

We invite you to submit your best work for this ambitious competition. An independent panel will ensure that submissions are judged fairly. There is no cost to enter, and the application process has been set up to make applying fast and easy.

Click here for more information on the 2012 categories, entry rules and procedures, important dates, an entry kit and details of how to become a judge. You will also need to go to this site to fill in your entry forms.

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