Steve Betts, CIO, Health Care Service Corporation
The unprecedented level of change and unpredictability that we are experiencing within the healthcare industry shows no signs of slowing down.
Laurent Rotival, SVP of Strategic Technology Solutions and CIO, Cambia Health Solutions
As the saying goes – everyone is a patient, thus everyone is invested in health care.
Neal Wright, CIO, On Lok
Today’s cloud providers and data centers continue to push technology to new heights.
Mona Badie, CIO & CDO, GE Hitachi Nuclear Power
Big data is shifting the competitive landscape. Today’s capabilities to store and analyze vast amounts of data are creating untapped opportunities for productivity.
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.
Brian Jacobs, MD, VP, CMIO & CIO, Children’s National Health System
The notion that we as healthcare providers should anticipate the needs of patients and act on the latest data might seem self-evident.
Wes Williams, VP & CIO, Mental Health Center Of Denver
A CIO’s charge is to keep an organization running smoothly. CIOs are evaluated on crucial tasks such as providing a secure.
Gregory R. Wolf, CIO, UMass Medical School
For hundreds of years, medical schools have educated doctors, nurses, biomedical researchers and health professionals in time honored traditions.
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.
Bruno Mastroianni, CIO, Center for Organ Recovery & Education
CORE is one of 58 federally designated not-for-profit organ procurement organizations (OPOs) in the United States.