Associate CIO of Technology and Infrastructure at Penn Medicine
By John Donohue 03:03 pm November 15, 2019
Underestimating the impact of organizational culture on your technology plans can lead to costly delays and unplanned outages, says John Donohue, Penn Medicine's associate VP for enterprise infrastructure services.
By John Donohue 11:33 am July 24, 2019
As use cases for healthcare video technology get more diverse, its best to take a full lifecycle approach that's managed centrally with standardized capabilities, says John Donohue, Penn Medicine's associate VP for enterprise infrastructure services.
By John Donohue 08:37 am June 11, 2018
What patients want from telemedicine tools are care quality and user experience.
By John Donohue 08:32 am March 16, 2018
Why is now the time they’ll finally join together? Patients expectations are evolving, the tech is now mature enough, and apps are emerging to integrate with legacy clinical systems.
By John Donohue 07:30 am December 19, 2017
Associate Vice President John Donohue divulges the system’s approach to telemedicine and videoconferencing, including the tech and governance components hospitals need to succeed.
By John Donohue 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.
Penn Medicine security exec: Advanced threat protection vendors and hospitals must join forces to fight cybercriminals
By John Donohue 02:30 pm March 29, 2017
To fend off increasingly sophisticated ransomware, phishing and other malicious attacks, infosec professionals and software vendors can tap into ATD tools to more effectively share threat information.
By John Donohue 07:16 am February 14, 2017
John Donohue has lived through all three options for disaster recovery and today leans heavily toward DRaaS because of that experience.
By John Donohue 11:06 am September 06, 2016
Penn Medicine associate CIO John Donohue shares insights and obstacles from the academic medical centers work on telehealth thus far.