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February 1, 2009
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Guest Blogs: 23

Registered Readers: 702

View Blogs From Industry Insiders, Including:

Neal GangulyCIO, Centra State Healthcare System, Freehold, NJ.

Rich Temple

Chief Information and Business Intelligence Officer, AristaCare Health Services, South Plainfield, NJ.

Pete Rivera

Senior Healthcare Consultant, Hayes Management Consulting, Newton, Mass.


One-on-One with Norwalk Hospital CIO Jamie Mooney

Founded in 1892, Norwalk Hospital is a 328-bed, not-for-profit community hospital located in Fairfield County, Conn. The organization serves a population of more than 250,000 residents with approximately 2,000 employees. Recently, HCI Editor-in-Chief Anthony Guerra had a chance to talk with CIO Jamie Mooney about her efforts to empower clinicians with information management tools. www.healthcare-informatics.com/jamie_mooney

One-on-One with CSC's David Hampshire

David Hampshire, managing director of the U.S. Health Care Delivery Business Unit at Falls Church, Va.-based CSC, was the lead author of a recently released report, entitled “Treatment Plan: Hospitals Respond to the Economic Crisis.” Hampshire recently spoke with Healthcare Informatics Senior Contributing Editor Mark Hagland regarding the results. www.healthcare-informatics.com/david_hampshire

One-on-One with Children's Hospital L.A. CIO Steve Garske

Children's Hospital Los Angeles is a 107 year-old, 286-bed, nonprofit acute care facility. The organization, which plans to open a new building in July of 2010, hired Steve Garske in September of 2006 to rationalize its IT environment and prepare for the future expansion. Recently, HCI Editor-in-Chief Anthony Guerra had a chance to chat with Garske about one of his passions—getting the insourcing/outsourcing equation right. www.healthcare-informatics.com/steve_garske

One-on-One with MSHA CIO Richard Eshbach

Richard Eshbach is vice president and CIO of Mountain States Health Alliance (MSHA), Johnson City, Tenn. Mountain States Health Alliance is a multi-hospital, integrated system, with 15 hospitals in northeast Tennessee and southwest Virginia. Eshbach spoke recently with Healthcare Informatics Senior Contributing Editor Mark Hagland about the challenges and opportunities inherent in clinical information system implementation. www.healthcare-informatics.com/richard_eshbach

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Healthcare Informatics 2009 February;25(14):6

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