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March 30, 2009
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Guest Blogs: 23

Registered Readers: 779

View Blogs from Industry Insiders, Including:

Suresh Gunasekaran

Assistant Vice President and CIO, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas

Pam Arlotto

President and CEO, Maestro Strategies, Atlanta

Rich Temple

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


One-on-One with Catholic Health Initiatives SVP and CIO

Michael O'Rourke

Catholic Health Initiatives is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Denver. The faith-based system operates in 20 states and includes 77 hospitals as well as numerous other health service organizations. O'Rourke was recently promoted to full-time CIO after an 18-month interim stint, during which he helped restructure the IT organization. HCI Associate Editor Kate Gamble spoke with O'Rourke about what it takes to transform 40 autonomous operations into a single enterprise, as well as his vision for the organization.


One-on-One with Northwestern VP and CIO Dale Sanders

Dale Sansclers is vice President and CIO of the Chicago-based Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation at Northwestern University, which is affiliated with 897-bed Northwestern Memorial Hospital. He recently spoke with Healthcare Informatics Senior Editor Daphne Lawrence about how personalized medicine and genomics is outpacing electronic records.


One-on-One with Penn Medicine CIO Michael Restuccia

Penn Medicine is a Philadelphia-based, $3.5 billion enterprise consisting of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and the University of Pennsylvania Health System, (UPHS) which includes three hospitals. Senior Editor Daphne Lawrence recently spoke with Restuccia about his IT projects and new patient portal.


One-on-One with CSC's Erica Drazen, Sc.D., and Jane Metzger

Contributing Editor Mark Hagland recently interviewed Erica Drazen, Sc.D., and Jane Metzger, two of the leaders of CSC's Emerging Practices group. Drazen and Metzger published a study that relates key learnings from six community hospitals that have achieved near 100 percent physician adoption as a way of demonstration how to effective meet Massachusetts' 2012 adoption deadline.


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