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UCLA's population health program

UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center. Photo via Wikipedia

By Bill Siwicki 12:41 pm October 03, 2017
These healthcare workers are a specially trained, the care coordination director says, and they are helping the system reduce costs.
precision medicine nurses
By Mike Miliard 02:13 pm September 29, 2017
A new website from National Human Genome Research Institute aims to help RNs integrate genomics into their patient care.
#NHITweek
By Tom Sullivan 10:00 am September 29, 2017
The in-person and virtual happenings slated for next week to spotlight the value of health IT.
#NHITweek
By 09:15 am September 29, 2017
From Oct. 2-6, social networks will pulse with inspiring stories, policymaker activation and insight into the state of the health technology.
diverse cybersecurity teams

“When security professionals have a broader lens through which to look at security, we’ll be able to provide better answers and support in protecting our systems,” said Mischel Kwon, CEO of MKACyber.

By Bill Siwicki 09:40 am September 28, 2017
Employing a diverse range of information security pros can help hospitals to more effectively relate to the enemies trying to attack them.

Ellen Pao talks about working with venture capitalist firm.

By Bernie Monegain 03:15 pm September 25, 2017
She lost her gender discrimination lawsuit, but bounced back to champion diversity and co-found Project Include.

Box begins her new role on Oct. 16.

By Bernie Monegain 03:08 pm September 22, 2017
As an obstetrics and gynecology physician, she has been caring for women for more than 30 years.
sexism in tech

Melinda Gates speaks at the CNNMoney American Opportunity breakfast Sept. 20. The topic: gender bias in the tech sector. Photo via YouTube

By Bernie Monegain 01:58 pm September 22, 2017
"Moving money is what will move the industry for women," Melinda Gates said at a business event Sept. 20.
nursing education

Nursing education programs are adopting new technology at a faster pace than general education a new study finds.

By Bill Siwicki 01:51 pm September 15, 2017
Study found 65 percent of nursing education programs use virtual simulation.
Kaiser Permanente IT workers

Kaiser building in Oakland, California. Photo via Coolcaesar

By Bernie Monegain 12:18 pm September 15, 2017
Staff accuses Kaiser of putting patients and data at risk by stalling contract negotiations.

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