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By Tsvi Gal, VP, Enterprise Technology Services and Atti Riazi, SVP & CIO, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

How the Cloud is Transforming Healthcare

By Tsvi Gal, VP, Enterprise Technology Services and Atti Riazi, SVP & CIO, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Healthcare brings unique challenges to technology adoption. The data representing people, diseases, and medicine is complex and voluminous. Consumers and providers of ...
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Christopher Frenz, Information Security Officer/AVP of IT Security, Mount Sinai South Nassau

More Than Just Someone Else’s Computer

By Christopher Frenz, Information Security Officer/AVP of IT Security, Mount Sinai South Nassau If we look back almost a decade ago, any search that occurred for the term cloud computing would likely reveal a few links to the meme that ...
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Anil Saldanha, Chief Cloud Officer, Rush University System for Health

Expanding Cloud Computing usage at Health Systems

By Anil Saldanha, Chief Cloud Officer, Rush University System for Health Health systems comprise a group of hospitals providing health care services to people. Information Technology (IT) plays a critical role in care delivery since it is typically responsible for ...
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Synho Do, Ph.D., Director, Laboratory of Medical Imaging and Computation, Assistant Professor, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Smart and Secure PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) on Clouds

By Synho Do, Ph.D., Director, Laboratory of Medical Imaging and Computation, Assistant Professor, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School With the digitization of healthcare comes the discovery of newly developed areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) ...
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Garima Srivastava, Executive Director, Enterprise Business and Web Systems, Stanford Children's Health

Cloud Computing Speeds Up Digital Transformation

By Garima Srivastava, Executive Director, Enterprise Business and Web Systems, Stanford Children's Health Technological disruption is transforming every aspect of the future of healthcare. COVID-19 emphasized the need for this digital world much more than ever. Social distancing and hygiene ...
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Steve Risseeuw, SAP's National Vice President for U.S. State, Local, Education, and Healthcare

SAP IS ENABLING HEALTHCARE TRANSFORMATION WITH A SOLUTION PLATFORM AND PARTNERSHIP

The U.S. Healthcare industry is transforming. With consumers having more financial accountability for their care and the government shifting healthcare reimbursement to a value versus volume-based model, the business is fundamentally changing. Before the pandemic, the shift to a more ...
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Zafar Chaudry, MD, MS, MIS, MBA, SVP, Chief Digital & Information Officer, Seattle Children's

Why Moving the EMR to the Cloud Is the Next Natural Evolution

By Zafar Chaudry, MD, MS, MIS, MBA, SVP, Chief Digital & Information Officer, Seattle Children's The need for agile IT infrastructure has never been greater. Two years into the pandemic, healthcare IT leaders face numerous challenges and increasing pressure to ...
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Tabitha Lieberman, SVP Clinical and Revenue Cycle Applications, Providence St. Joseph Health

Application Rationalization Journey in a Large Complex Health System

By Tabitha Lieberman, SVP Clinical and Revenue Cycle Applications, Providence St. Joseph Health When my daughter was young, she jumped on the beanie baby bandwagon and worked her way through the family governance structure to get a healthy capital investment ...
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Bradd Busick, SVP & CIO, MultiCare Health System

Moving from “Interesting” to “Actionable”

By Bradd Busick, SVP & CIO, MultiCare Health System While the pandemic was a prime opportunity to drive innovation, cultural and procedural change in support of patient safety, for years health care systems have admired and in many cases, been ...
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Jim Beinlich, Chief Data Information Officer, Penn Medicine

The role of cloud and analytics as emerging technologies in healthcare

By Jim Beinlich, Chief Data Information Officer, Penn Medicine Introduction Cloud technology and analytics have been around for quite some time. Still, they are taking on lead technology roles in healthcare, especially after the past year where working “anywhere and ...
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Cloud journey a few lessons!

By Christian Aboujaoude, CTO, Keck Medicine of USC The rapid expansion of cloud services over the last decade has significantly paved the way for organizations of all shapes and sizes to accelerate their journey to innovation and efficiency. The availability ...
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Tony Ambrozie, SVP & Chief Digital and Information Officer, Baptist Health South Florida

Positioning Healthcare Providers for the Digital Age

By Tony Ambrozie, SVP & Chief Digital and Information Officer, Baptist Health South Florida One of the most significant changes facing healthcare providers today is digital transformation. One hospital system CEO described the digital transformation as having even more of ...
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Lacework Cloud Security & Compliance For Health Tech Companies

The COVID-19 pandemic forced a global reset for most organizations in regards to shifting their operations over to a fully remote-working culture. This new wave of change resulted in the rapid adoption of software as a service (SaaS) applications that ...
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Amanpreet Kaur, Information System Analyst IV, San Joaquin General Hospital

How a California county health system took a quantum leap in disaster preparedness and business continuity through the use of hybrid cloud and network fabric technologies?

By Amanpreet Kaur, Information System Analyst IV, San Joaquin General Hospital and Mark Thomas, CIO, San Joaquin General Hospital Introduction Until 2018, San Joaquin General Hospital and County Clinics had a relatively immature digital infrastructure. Its core healthcare processes were ...
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Melissa Fox, MHA, FACMPE, FACHE, COO, Acenda

Using Cloud-based Business Intelligence (BI) Technology to Transform Your Agency’s Culture of Innovation

By Melissa Fox, MHA, FACMPE, FACHE, COO, Acenda &Brian Annett, MBA, Senior Director of IT, Acenda Business Intelligence (BI) tools can play an important role in any business, whether it be a community-based nonprofit or a multi-state corporation. These tools ...
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Lynn Gibson, CTO, CHRISTUS Health

Challenges of Adopting the Cloud in Healthcare

By Lynn Gibson, CTO/VP, CHRISTUS Health For more than a decade, marketing pitches have sold the ease of moving to the cloud. Cloud will save you money. Cloud will allow you be more agile. Cloud is more reliable. The truth ...
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What Were We Waiting for? DevOps Transformation at Cancer Treatment Centers of America

By Amy Walters, AVP, Technology Operations & Kirk Carnicom, Director, Cloud Engineering and Operations, Cancer Treatment Centers of America DevOps, the combination of product development (Dev) and technology operations (Ops), is a buzzword thrown around often in the Information Technology ...
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Raymond Lowe, SVP & CIO, AltaMed Health Services

Cloud Infrastructure Adoption

By Raymond Lowe, SVP & CIO, AltaMed Health Services The COVID-19 pandemic has driven many organizations to adopt new cloud technologies at a faster rate due to application and infrastructure decentralization, and remote work policies. The need for applications and ...
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Derek D. Drawhorn, Associate VP of IT Infrastructure, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Infrastructure Needed For Cloud EMR

By Derek D. Drawhorn, Associate VP of IT Infrastructure, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Migration to the cloud is an ever-present reality in most organizations. Healthcare is certainly no exception. Healthcare was not as fast to adopt ...
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Felicia Duarte, COO, Cloud Creations

Cloud Creations Making Strategy Happen with SalesForce

Investments in digital tech have come a long way in the healthcare sector. What lingered as an afterthought in the prior years and before the COVID-19 pandemic, now witnesses an overwhelming response. Medical practices are rampantly hiring technology support staff ...
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