The Salt Lake City-based not-for-profit integrated health system is made up of 23 hospitals, more than 900 doctors and more than 150 clinics, serving residents in Utah and parts of Idaho. Intermountain, established in 1975, also is known for being on the cutting edge of health information technology and for its high-quality, low-cost medical care. Intermountain recently joined five other organizations in an effort coordinated by the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice to compile and share data on what strategies work best against common and expensive medical conditions.
- Round 1: Beat Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corp.
- Round 2: Beat HHS' Office of the National Coordinator for Information Technology
- Round 3: Lost to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention