10:04 am May 11, 2020
Dr. Michael von Bertele, non-executive director of Rutherford Health and Salisbury NHS foundation trust in the UK, writes about the ways we can build systems to avert critical situations, and be better prepared.
05:17 pm April 29, 2020
A proposal: Create a Federal Reserve-type structure for supply chain management of protective equipment, powered by distributed ledger technology.
04:25 pm March 26, 2020
As the COVID-19 crisis forces hospitals to get creative, a retired Air Force Colonel offers some perspective on IT preparedness gained from previous emergency medical deployments.
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.
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.
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.
04:51 pm August 16, 2019
Medical devices must be managed from a security perspective, but also from an operational perspective. Using analytics to establish behavior baselines helps support risk assessments, find malfunctions and enhance staff productivity.
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.
10:43 am September 25, 2017
Leveraging tools to create an efficient workflow means keeping up with the latest software.
10:59 am August 22, 2017
Whether because of a nefarious manmade or natural disaster, hospital IT shops often find themselves strapped during a crisis. The government and private sector have already developed considerable resources to help. Here’s a look at those.