November 23, 2015 | John Lee, M.D., CMIO, Edward Hospital
Making a dent in overall U.S. healthcare costs will require bringing the right data to physicians at the point of care; and to do that, we need interoperability. And to get to interoperability, we need to rethink standards.
What did the leaders at Harper-Hutzel Hospitals/Detroit Medical Center have that was worth celebrating? A special spirit of innovation—the spirit that infuses the Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awards Program every year.
Mark Werner, M.D. and Bob Schwyn of The Chartis Group share their perspectives on the strategic, IT, and patient engagement challenges facing medical group executives, as they plunge into population health initiatives
Doug Fridsma, M.D., Ph.D., president and CEO of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA), gave attendees at the Health IT Summit in Beverly Hills a glimpse of the post-meaningful use landscape of healthcare IT development
The presentation of the results of an important survey at the CHIME Fall Forum last month underscored the vast strategic challenges facing CIOs right now, as they work to align their vision with that of their fellow c-suite executives
Eighty-eight percent of CISOs and CIOs report that their security budgets have increased in response to high-profile data breaches and many are increasingly using frameworks to define cyber risk and prioritize investment, according to a recent survey.
It was a pleasure to hear from The Advisory Board's Doug Thompson on the meaning and execution of EMR optimization, as he clarified for an HCI webinar audience this week what the term really means—and doesn’t mean