Cloud Computing

By Jim Beinlich 02:31 pm October 11, 2019
With cloud migrations, proper planning, oversight and management go a long way, says Penn Medicine's Associate Vice-President of Information Services Jim Beinlich –  just like they do with any successful technology pilot or rollout. 
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.
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By Brian Wells 07:35 am March 03, 2017
With the personal computer OS, browser and smartphone wars behind us, vendors including Amazon, Apple, Google and Microsoft are setting sights on AI devices. Here’s what hospitals need to know now about the emerging technologies. 
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. 
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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.
Telemedicine
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. 
By Brian Wells 07:23 am August 08, 2016
Penn Medicine associate vice president of health technology Brian Wells shares insights from cognitive computing work so far. 
By John Donohue 07:40 am July 11, 2016
Penn Medicine Associate CIO John Donohue envisions cloud-based information security, more effective threat intelligence sharing and user education as critical elements to securing healthcare data.  
By Karin Ratchinsky 05:09 pm January 08, 2016
According to MarketsandMarkets, the global adoption for cloud services in healthcare will grow from $3.73 billion in 2015 to nearly $9.5 billion by 2020. Importantly, test driving cloud today will form an essential foundation for the future of healthcare delivery.

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