SEA-CHIT.org Logo Design Contest

SEA-CHIT.org has selected their winning logo design.

For $250 they received 112 designs from 30 different designers from around the world.
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DocSite
United States

Slogan

Ideas for Simple, Effective and Affordable Connected Health IT

What We Do

We seek to create a new community-driven standard for simple, effective and affordable connected health information technology built upon our collective experience, creativity and passion to encourage continuous innovation and improvement.

Industry

Medical

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Change
#2 - Community
#3 - Simplicity

Our Target Audience:

Physicians, Health Plan Administrators, Hospital Administrators, Quality Improvement Officers, Nurses and Medical Assistants. Ages 26 to 60; male and female but predominantly male; located in both urban and rual areas and generally our audience is a passionate bunch with an evangelical bent. Most are senior leaders in healthcare organizations.

Color Preferences

I would like similar colors to what you find on this site: www.DocSite.com.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

I do not... I like the idea of grassroots/community feel to the logo, but I am a creative moron so...

Themes

Colorful
Loud
Necessity
Economical
Simple
Bright
Modern
Sporty

Style

Famous Logos displayed under fair use to enrich the general publics' knowledge of graphic design.

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Web
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Discussion

Discussion

Josh
United States
um...are you sure about using that as a name?
13 years ago
DocSite
United States
Yeah... Guess I could have explained that....

In the healthcare IT world there is a "certifying body" called CCHIT (Certification Commission for Healthcare IT - www.cchit.org/) and unfortunately, it has turned into a marketing exercise that most electronic medical record companies have to go through in order to be "certified" as a "good" EMR. Unfortunately, it has stifled innovation and added cost/complexity to a process that does not need it.

This blog is dedicated to using the community to create a "certification" and tell the industry/government what they want/need to provide high quality "connected" health care.

So, the title is a play on words...

THANKS for the question!
13 years ago