Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Jan 13, 2022

Feature of the Week

Prescribers, payers, pharmacies, and patients all stand to benefit from e-prescribing  Read more
An insulin delivery system that connects a continuous glucose meter to an insulin pump, eliminating the need for diabetics to self-test and monitor their insulin levels  Read more
Asset tracking, capacity management, hand hygiene compliance, contact tracing, and environmental monitoring are just a few features that facilities may use with IoT technology  Read more


By Kari Cassel, SVP & CIO, UF Health  
Insecure text messaging through smartphones or pagers is a growing concern at health systems. At University of Florida Health, it’s vital to balance the delivery of safe patient care and all patient privacy regulations.  Read more
By Cletis Earle, CIO, Kaleida Health  
The most significant trends noticed today are concerned around security.  Read more

Featured Vendors

By George Samuel, Co-Founder and CEO,   
Health Companion offers a single unified multichannel patient relationship management software for providers and patients to communicate. The company helps healthcare providers securely collaborate with patients, lower healthcare costs, promote...  Read more
By Mohamed Abou Shousha, MD, FRCS, PhD, Founder, President, CEO and Chairman of the Board.John Trefethen, Chief Marketing Officer,   
Heru aims to provide physicians and patients with access to smarter, more accurate, and portable technology for diagnosing and treating vision disorders, including visual field loss and double vision. The company is moving the needle of eye care...  Read more
By George Reigeluth, Founder & CEO,   
The company provides an AI-guided Individualized Health Platform (IHP) that integrates a patient's health drivers and resources in one place to help them engage in a meaningful and constructive manner in making their care decisions  Read more

CXO Insights

By Roni H. Amiel, Founder & CTO, Pinscriptive  
The approach to process transformation required concurrent examination and redesign of key clinical and business processes, technology and the “people”.  Read more
By Viraj Lakdawala, System Chief of Emergency Medicine Telehealth, NYU Langone Health  
Measuring clinical quality has been a standard process for in-person care for many years, but yet, has not been a major component of telemedicine-based care  Read more