My friend Charles Boicey joins to talk practical Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. We also discuss the push to a national unique patient identifier in healthcare.
Should we grade healthcare on the curve? What is the real reason that Allscripts on Azure is a big deal? Why are healthcare startup investors in New York getting antsy? and Stephen Klasko from Jefferson Health welcomes us to a brave new world of digital transformation.
This Week Drex Deford joins us to discuss where Amazon fits best into healthcare. Why the SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch matters to healthcare IT and how “Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast” and wins Super Bowls.
We recap an exciting week where not only do Apple and Amazon make big announcements but they bring big successful players along with them with JP Morgan and Berkshire Hathaway. Plus a great discussion on the role of the CIO with Sue Schade former HIMSS/CHIME CIO of the year.
Dr. David Bensema joins us to discuss these stories: Does Epic hinder innovation? Depends on when you ask | Panel charged with improving nation’s health IT infrastructure set to meet. Plus Google Glass, breaking down the wall between physician, computer and patient. Also, should we all be considering Hamburger U?
Mega-Mergers are the talk of the town we explore the implications to health. Also, are we negotiating with terrorists when we pay ransomware? May want to set a policy before it happens to your health system. Finally, beyond the buzzword of Digital Transformation.
CIO Mercy Childrens Hospital
CIO Pacific Dental
Star Bridge Advisors
CIO (Innovation) Clearsense
CIO Cleveland Clinic
drexio digital health
David Bensema, MD
Former CIO, Baptist Health
Why This Week in Health IT?
As CIO I was privy to so many conversations with great leaders in the industry that I wanted to capture and communicate to my staff. Now I have the time to engage with and capture these conversations so you can share them with your staff. Hope you enjoy. Send me feedback at our email to the right.
Bill Russell recently served as the SVP and CIO of St. Joseph Health where he oversaw the health systems technology and information strategies. Prior to joining St. Joseph Bill provided leadership for several consulting practices including operating his own practice for six years. Bill specializes in emerging technology and practices to advance organization and community objectives. Bill holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and has completed executive education courses and health care IT leadership training at the Harvard School of Public Health in Cambridge, Massachusetts.