Gus Venditto

Gus Venditto is the Vice President of Content Development for HIMSS Media. He has more than 20 years experience in managing content for technology professionals, and is the author of six books and hundreds of articles. At PC Magazine he was executive editor and author of the Pipeline column identifying IT trends. He was editor-in-chief of Internet World magazine and the IT portal which included SearchEngineWatch and At DowJones he was a product manager of the career section of the WSJ Digital Network. You can follow him at @gusvenditto


Pat Skarulis
By Gus Venditto 07:55 am January 12, 2016
Leadership has never been more important in healthcare. To successfully navigate the challenges facing organizations, leaders must stay informed on the latest developments. And they also need to set policies that position their teams for longterm success.
By Gus Venditto 10:16 am November 03, 2015
It's every security officer's worst nightmare: a cyber attack. IT departments spend years planning to guard against an attack. But what is the reality? Hackers don't follow a rule book.
By Gus Venditto 03:43 pm October 27, 2015
Passwords has become one of modern life's more annoying routines. None of us is happy when our office email or bank asks us to take a comfortable password and turn it into something that resembles a missile launch code.
Aaron Martin
By Gus Venditto 10:01 am June 18, 2015
Aaron Martin did not have a healthcare background when he was hired by Providence Health & Services to be its senior vice president for strategy and innovation. He was fresh from eight years at Amazon.
Anthony Chang, MD
By Gus Venditto 09:29 am June 18, 2015
No one questions that the era of big data is here, but Anthony Chang, MD, warns that the deluge of medical information is just beginning. That means artificial intelligence has a much more central role to play in healthcare.
By Gus Venditto 04:17 pm April 15, 2015
Breakthroughs in genetic research represent an exciting frontier for medicine. But in these early stages, the need for more clinical data is clear.
books with stethoscope
By Gus Venditto 06:55 pm April 13, 2015
We live in a time when X-rays are delivered to clinicians within minutes and text messages deliver diagnostic alerts within seconds.
digital data
By Gus Venditto 08:32 pm April 12, 2015
The progress being made by deploying new technology will be lost unless healthcare payment models change.
champion cup
By Gus Venditto 03:37 pm April 12, 2015
"I don't think I've been more excited that I have been in the last year about the possibility of solving the problems we're facing," said Sanaz Cordes, MD.
Doc with tablet
By Gus Venditto 08:04 am March 27, 2015
Virtualization enables clinicians to see the same desktop from any device within a hospital's network and lets applications essentially follow those users around.

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