You voted, and the results are in! ClinicalKey congratulates
our two Key Innovators in healthcare:

Mount Sinai Hospital



These organizations are using the power of information and technology in bold new ways to save and improve lives.

Both winners will receive a $10,000 technology grant, a trip to HIMSS 2013 for two representatives, and a featured article on ClinicalKey's blog.

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    Mount Sinai Hospital

    Sandra Kendall, Director of Library Services at Mount Sinai Hospital, has continuously demonstrated how the power of information can improve clinicians' work, thus improving patient care. The Evidence-Based Medicine Algorithm she created groups different databases into tiers, assisting practitioners in choosing the best evidence-based resources available. Sandra recently created a Library Value Study designed to show how the library has contributed to better medical education and clinical research, and to seek input in how the library can continue to contribute to better patient care by supporting clinical research in innovative ways.

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    Johns Hopkins

    Psychiatrists treating patients with mood disorders typically ask the patient to keep a record of their mood over time, but patients often forget to maintain the written record between office visits. Dr. Adam Kaplin, an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Neurology at Johns Hopkins University, is the inventor of Mood 24/7 (, a web-based program that utilizes cell phones and texting technology that that sends automatic daily texts to a patient at a specified time, asking him or her to record their mood.

Thank you to all of our nominees and participants!