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By Sue Schade 10:41 am November 22, 2016
Sue Schade explains why she will approach the next four years with an open mind. 
By John Halamka, MD 10:10 am November 21, 2016
John Halamka, MD, served the Bush administration for four years and the Obama administration for six. Change in Washington happens incrementally, he says: There is always an evolution, not a revolution, regardless of speechmaking hyperbole.
By Sue Schade 06:35 pm November 19, 2016
Transitions of leadership are going on all the time in our organizations: a new CEO, a new VP, or new management at another level; it is change.
By Brian Wells 07:24 am November 14, 2016
Penn Medicine’s Brian Wells puts out a call to technology companies to incorporate new functionalities that could vastly improve how physicians personalize care and eradicate killer diseases. 
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 09:24 am November 09, 2016
Maybe it's time for a discussion about what people want from the U.S. healthcare system.
By David Higginson 07:56 am November 08, 2016
Chief information officer David Higginson explains how the hospital is using 3D printing for heart surgery, tumor management and sharing images with patients and their families.
By Sue Schade 01:23 pm November 07, 2016
My first professional event since moving back to New England is tonight, November 7. Boston Health 2.0 is a chapter of the national Health 2.0 organization. They hold monthly meetings to promote and catalyze new technologies in healthcare.
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 12:30 pm November 07, 2016
Interoperability of medical records across physician offices remained elusive in 2015, according to the latest data reported out by the Centers for Disease Control.
By Sue Schade 12:08 pm November 07, 2016
“You need to own your own career and to be open to the possibilities. It applies whether you are early, mid or late career.”
By Connection 11:23 am October 31, 2016
Top security concerns for the modern network.

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