By Mark Hoffman, Chief Research Information Officer, Children’s Mercy Hospital
We need to approach the relationship with vendors as a partnership rather than a zero-sum game.
By Balazs Zsenits, MD, CMIO, Rochester Regional Health And John Glynn, CIO, Rochester Regional Health
It is 2018 and the electronic medical record (EMR) is no longer a novel concept.
By Roni H. Amiel, Founder & CTO, Pinscriptive
The pace of change for healthcare providers is overwhelming at best. In today’s world of collaborative medicine and mobility, access to actionable, integrated clinical information and applications, regardless of location or device
By Cynthia A. Challener, Ph.D., Scientific Content Director, That’s Nice LLC
Evaluation of the safety and efficacy of new medicines is a crucial component of the drug development process, but one that has become increasingly complex and costly.
By Rolf Olsen, Chief Data Officer, Mindshare
Yes, I once sat through a 212-page data-driven, bar graph-riddled deck from a vendor.
By Greg Woff, CIO, University of Massachusetts Medical School
At the UMass Medical School, we’ve tailored an IT strategy that leverages the strengths of our great institution, and works to avoid the costly IT pitfalls of over-engineering, and relying on what’s worked in the past.
By Ashley Clary, Vice President, Imaging Services, Ochsner Health System
One caveat to this is the division actively developing or “training” these systems, but in those cases proper time and resources must be allocated to this work and expectations must be set that establishing the expectations/ outcomes of this work.
By Dr. Chris Stout, VP, Research and Data Analytics, ATI
Much of the world is focused on the latest sizzle of big data, artificial intelligence, internet-of-things, augmented reality and machine learning.
By Riccardo Altura, CIO, Centro Medico Santagostino
Every patient must have a complete vision through his data, who is using it and why, and the healthcare providers must work to protect that data, especially when working with doctors and clinical staff.
By Jordan Dolin, Founder, Furthur Fund
The way in which hospital technological and clinical leaders choose to respond to them may well be the deciding factor of who succeeds in the new world of healthcare.
By Brad Martin, Senior Director, Product Marketing, PRO Unlimited
There is a dramatic change happening in enterprise software design. The chasm between the consumer and enterprise experience is quickly closing. Enterprise users demand the same product experiences they have in their personal lives.
By Ashish Kulkarni Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Avantor
The global biopharmaceuticals market is expected to reach $278 billion in 2020, a rapid annual growth rate of 9.6 percent.