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2016 award recipient Lisa Stump, CIO at Yale New Haven Health System and the Yale School of Medicine, said she considered the award as a call to action. Stump will be among the judges selecting 2017 awardees.

By Bernie Monegain 04:59 am August 17, 2017
Nominations for the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Awards, will close on August 28 at 11:59 p.m. Central Time.
NIH precision medicine project
By Mike Miliard 04:22 pm August 16, 2017
The SaaS platform will power the All of Us Research Program at the center of the Precision Medicine Initiative.
telemedicine had minimal benefits
By Jessica Davis 03:56 pm August 16, 2017
While telehealth is touted as a way to reduce care costs and doctor’s visits, a study from the University of Wisconsin revealed telemedicine may be falling short in other areas.
top 10 cloud vendors for healthcare
By Bill Siwicki 03:47 pm August 16, 2017
Salesforce, Kinvey, IBM, CloudMine and Microsoft come in as market leaders.
By Tom Sullivan 02:14 pm August 16, 2017
Take our poll and we’ll report back on what other hospital IT shops are planning to do.
NIST advises simpler passwords
By Tom Sullivan 01:52 pm August 16, 2017
They’re difficult to memorize so employees skirt hospital IT rules when conjuring them up anyway, group says.
Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum

Tom Sullivan moderates a panel discussion during May's Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum in San Francisco.

By Tom Sullivan 11:15 am August 16, 2017
Yes, there’s a difference, and speakers at the HIMSS Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum in October will offer a glimpse of the information-fueled road ahead.
real-world blockchain metrics
By Mike Miliard 11:04 am August 16, 2017
Cybersecurity experts want to open the hood and and test the digital ledger technology for identity and access management.
AI-based cybersecurity tools
By Bill Siwicki 10:04 am August 16, 2017
These tools have evolved in maturity, and there are ways to conduct due diligence to get past the hype.
CEOs quit Trump manufacturing council
By Jessica Davis 04:22 pm August 15, 2017
The president’s initial response to the alt-right’s violent protest led executives from Under Armour, AAM and Merck to leave the group as well.

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