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Look What's Happening @ HCI Online

February 25, 2009
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Guest Blogs: 26

Registered Readers: 748

View Blogs from Industry Insiders, Including:

Neal GangulyVP and CIO, CentraState Healthcare System

Dale SandersVP and CIO, Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation

Rich TempleChief Information and Business Intelligence Officer, AristaCare Health Services


One-on-One with Memorial University Medical Center CIO Patty Lavely

Patty Lavely is senior vice president and CIO at Memorial University Medical Center (MUMC), a 530-bed academic medical center based in Savannah, Ga. Last year, Lavely was named CIO of the Year by the Georgia CIO Leadership Association. Recently, HCI Associate Editor Kate Gamble had a chance to speak with Lavely about her achievement as well as her plans for MUMC.

One-on-One with Penn School of Nursing Dean Afaf Meleis and Associate Professor Kathryn Bowles

The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing recently partnered with Eclipsys to bring clinical expertise into the curriculum. HCI Editor-in-Chief Anthony Guerra talked with Afaf Meleis, Ph.D., DrPS (hon), FAAN, the Margaret Bond Simon Dean of Nursing; and Associate Professor of Nursing Kathryn Bowles, Ph.D., R.N., FAAN, about what the deal will mean both to students and to the entire industry.

One-on-One with Winchester Hospital CIO Gerald Greeley

Winchester Hospital (Winchester, Mass.) is an acute care, 229-bed facility that is currently implementing CPOE in compliance with a statewide initiative. Recently, HCI Associate Editor Kate Huvane Gamble spoke with Greeley the implications involved in a significant roll-out, particularly for a smaller hospital.

One-on-One with Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania's Carolyn Scanlan

Carolyn Scanlan is president of the Harrisburg, Pa.-based Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania. The organization advocates for nearly 250 Pennsylvania acute and specialty care, primary care, subacute care, long-term care, home health, and hospice providers, as well as the patients and communities they serve.

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Healthcare Informatics 2009 March;26(3):6