Mike Restuccia

Mike Restuccia is the CIO of Penn Medicine.

By Mike Restuccia 04:53 pm August 14, 2020
More than ever, the system selected to provide telemedicine services must provide added controls to overcome factors that are outside the control of the provider.
By Mike Restuccia 11:48 am January 31, 2020
It's hard for me to believe, but I’ve been at Penn Medicine for 13 years. There has been a remarkable amount of change, growth, and learning that has occurred both within my organization and in myself during this time.
EMRs medical errors
By Mike Restuccia 08:39 am November 20, 2018
In the decade-and-a-half since the startling “To Err is Human” report, it’s still hard to discern whether billions invested in electronic medical records are improving patient safety.
doctor and nurse discuss EHR issues in clinical setting
By Mike Restuccia 10:02 am July 25, 2018
Penn Medicine’s Mike Restuccia explains why instituting an end user survey is such an important, and eye-opening, step to take.
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By Mike Restuccia 08:53 am April 17, 2018
Penn Medicine chief information officer Mike Restuccia shares four tactics for ensuring success with big data projects.
healthcare innovative partnerships
By Mike Restuccia 10:13 am January 19, 2018
Chief information officer Mike Restuccia revisits past predictions and builds on recent developments on what's ahead for the new year. 
EHR
By Mike Restuccia 02:30 pm November 15, 2017
When the thrill of electronic health record implementation is over, hospital and IT execs are left to wonder: We are live on the EHR, so now what?
By Mike Restuccia 12:47 pm September 25, 2017
Mike Restuccia has seen firsthand the challenges and opportunities of deriving as much value as possible from your electronic health records software.
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 Mike Restuccia 02:27 am May 30, 2017
An electronic medical record implementation requires accuracy and precision. And making that happen demands a variety of skillsets, professional backgrounds and expertise. Here’s what worked for Penn Medicine. 

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