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September 28, 2009
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Guest Blogs: 25

Registered Readers: 789

View Blogs from Industry Insiders, Including:

Joe Bormel, M.D.

CMO and Vice President, Clinical Product Management, QuadraMed, Reston, Va.

Michael Craige

Founder and CEO, Cimige Corporation, Atlanta

Rich Temple

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


One-on-One with Janet Dillione, CEO, Health Services Business Unit, Siemens Healthcare

Coming in at number five in this year's HCI 100, Siemens Healthcare is clearly a powerhouse among the industry's vendors. What's more, it is one of only two vendors that offers core clinical functionality to hospitals, such as EMR and CPOE, while also playing heavily in the PACS, RIS and modality space. Recently, HCI Editor-in-Chief Anthony Guerra spoke with Dillione about where the company stands - and is going - in the industry's HITECH-fueled environment.


One-on-One with Caritas Christi SVP & CIO Todd Rothenhaus, M.D.

Caritas Christi Health Care System - the largest community-based hospital network in New England - is in the second phase of its EHR rollout. The organization recently completed an extensive nine-week training regimen with its 1,200-member physician group to lay the groundwork for CPOE adoption and proper use of the EHR. Anthony Guerra had a chance to talk with Rothenhaus about how the current federal policy initiatives were affecting his plans.


One-on-One with Cooper University Hospital VP & CIO Mike Sinno

A 542-bed teaching hospital located in Camden, N.J., Cooper is Southern New Jersey's major tertiary-care referral hospital for specialized services. It includes the Level I Southern New Jersey Regional Trauma Center, the Cooper Cancer Institute, the Cooper Heart Institute, the Cooper Bone & Joint Institute and the Cooper Neurosciences Institute. HCI Associate Editor Kate Gamble spoke with recently appointed CIO Mike Sinno about his plans for the organization.


One-on-One with Capital Health CIO Gene Grochala

Mercer County, N.J.-based Capital Health, a 589-bed regional health network, recently completed an EMR implementation. Comprised of Mercer and Fuld hospitals in Trenton, N.J. and the Capital Health in Hamilton outpatient facility, the organization is expanding, with construction underway for a new hospital as well as an expansion of services at its Fuld hospital. Anthony Guerra caught up with Grochala to talk about how he's managing all these challenges.


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