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Weekly Brief

Thursday, November 19,2020

Feature of the Week

There has been a drastic shift in the creation, consumption, storage, and sharing of healthcare data. From conventional storage to digitalization of healthcare data, the industry has come a long way in streamlining data management practices.  Read more
As software and health care converge to form digital therapeutics, this latest breed of life sciences technology is aiding to transform patient care and deliver enhanced clinical outcomes.  Read more
Precision medicine is poised to be a revolutionary leap in the field of medicine, and technologies will add impetus to bring the concept into fruition.  Read more

CIO Viewpoint

By Martin Howard, CIO, Amedisys  
Providing healthcare creates an enormous amount of data. Think of all the details on all the forms mandated by regulation and company policy.  Read more
By Ed Kopetsky, CIO of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, Stanford Children’s Health  
By providing accessible, unified care experiences via digital connectivity, we can innovate and standardize high-quality outpatient care.  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Helen Chen, Founder and CEO  
A CA-based health, safety, and social engagement solution company, semcorèl designs and builds innovative software solutions for health and safety monitoring, medical alert, social engagement, and emergency response and markets them under the...  Read more
By Alexander Lazarev, Vice President  
NISTA Diagnostic offers a fundamentally new diagnostic method for cancer with noninvasive structural tissue analysis  Read more
By Dr. Roland Petcu, COO  
e-DENTECH helps hospitals, nursing homes, and clinics improve their patients’ and residents’ access to a periodic dental checkup. e-DENTECH’s flagship solution, e-DENT addresses the various constraints faced by the different stakeholders...  Read more

CXO Insights

By Michael Kearns, CISO, Nebraska Methodist Healthcare System  
Recently Nebraska Methodist Health System moved the Biomedical Department from the Facilities department to IT Security.  Read more
By Charles E. Christian, CHCIO, LFCHIME, LFHIMSS, Vice President of Technology, Franciscan Health  
I’ve been working in Health Information Technology (HIT) for almost four decades.  Read more