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...
By Ashish Atreja, Asst Professor and Chief Innovation Officer, Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Scientific Founder, Rx.Health
There have been two major technology waves that have influenced healthcare IT in the last two decades.
By Linda Shanley, VP & CIO, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center
I believe the patient portal has changed the patient experience. Imagine getting all your laboratory, radiology, ancillary results and clinical summary on your smart phone.
By Bijoy Sagar, Global CIO, Stryker
The medical technology industry, like many others in the healthcare sector, recognizes the importance of innovative data-based solutions in delivering a superior patient and customer experience.
By Chris Miller, Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, Avanade
Every decade a major disruption has occurred that altered the digital landscape: from the PC revolution, to the internet boom, to the mobile-first rise. Each development brought powerful opportunities for businesses that were smart enough to c
By Dr. Chirag Trivedi, Clinical Study Unit Cluster Head - India-South East Asia, Sanofi
Artificial intelligence and machine learning is helping to write clinical study reports which helps in significant reduction in the overall timelines, while minimizing manual errors.
By Charlene E. Davis, Associate Vice President & Head of Healthcare Compliance, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Inc.ls
It follows as a consequence that much innovation observed today resulted from situational factors.
By Michael C. Sanders, M.D., Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Flagler Hospital
Hospitals have been trying to address this for a very long time, usually with energetic clinical staff.
By Rick White, CIO, Sotera Defense Solutions, Inc.
DataViz is pervasive in both print and web media and this has served to further raise the bar for succinct and effective messaging.
By Andrea Fiumicelli, VP and General Manager, CSC Healthcare & Life Sciences
The healthcare and life sciences industry is undergoing a wholesale transformation. In every corner of the world, healthcare and life sciences companies—which include pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device manufacturers.
By Jake Dorst, Chief Information and Innovation Officer, Tahoe Forest Hospital District
The much-discussed transformation of the hospital CIO from the technically focused, to a role that now encompasses those functions as well as vendor and project management.
By Alastair Thomson, CIO, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Being Chief Information Officer (CIO) of any organization is a challenge, but being the CIO of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) layers on some unique factors.