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By Nitin Natarajan 10:59 am August 22, 2017
Whether because of a nefarious manmade or natural disaster, hospital IT shops often find themselves strapped during a crisis. The government and private sector have already developed considerable resources to help. Here’s a look at those.
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 09:07 am August 22, 2017
Most affected are poor people with no insurance.
By Bernie Monegain 03:19 pm August 21, 2017
Writing in a blog published on the HIMSS site, Willa Fields advises young women starting their healthcare IT career to find a mentor. On the flip side, she also urges women – and men – in healthcare IT to become a mentor for those just getting started in healthcare IT.
By Mike Miliard 01:55 pm August 15, 2017
Cybersecurity requires strategy to succeed and that means putting your priorities in the right place. CISOs and other infosec pros must up their game to make protecting patients the top concern.
By Mike Restuccia 09:09 am August 15, 2017
Mike Restuccia says the WannaCry, Petya and ransomware attacks demand more collaboration between healthcare leaders and government agencies, immediately. 
By John Glaser 11:09 am August 09, 2017
The veteran executive proposes a multi-pronged approach to ending the tyranny of wasted time and effort created by today’s technologies.
By Bernie Monegain 12:36 pm August 04, 2017
The project tells patient stories via paintings by artist Regina Holliday.
By Sue Schade 07:07 am August 04, 2017
A few tips that can turn a difficult workday in healthcare IT into one that is productive.
By Carole Faig 08:57 am August 03, 2017
Ernst & Young health practice leader Carole Faig explains what hospital executives should focus on while the federal government debates the future of the Affordable Care Act. 
By John Donohue, Penn Medicine 06:12 am July 24, 2017
Penn Medicine Associate CIO John Donohue outlines IaaS upsides and looks at the emergence of a new option, XaaS, as in Anything as a Service.

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