Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Thursday, October 17,2019

Feature of the Week

Nanobots have the potential to enhance the processes in medicine and healthcare. See how!  Read more
From advanced clinical equipment to new treatment discoveries, technology accelerates as an unstoppable force to empower the medical industry.  Read more
Emerging medical technologies allow CIOs to face care-delivery challenges with innovative solutions.  Read more


By Money Atwal, CFO / CIO at HHSC- East HI Region  
Healthcare is an unpredictable business and we are anticipating and trying to remain responsive to the changes occurring in the industry.  Read more
By Suma Gaddam, SVP, CIO, Care New England Health System  
You may have heard the term “variability” used in multiple contexts before. Oxford dictionary defines the term variability as a lack of consistency or fixed pattern; liability to vary or change.  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Claire Nichols, Founder & CEO,   
Provides a SaaS-based, HIPAA compliant, EMR, practice management, and telehealth solution  Read more
By Scott A. Finlay, CEO,   
Source of affordable, dynamic, patient-centered IT solutions designed to address secure/ encrypted information sharing across web  Read more

CXO Insights

By Lonny Reisman, MD, Founder & CEO, HealthReveal  
Chronic diseases and conditions such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and arthritis are among the most common, costly, and preventable of all health problems, according to the CDC. In fact, about half of all adults.  Read more
By Camille Wellard, Senior Director of Internal eBusiness, Intermountain Healthcare  
Enterprise IT complexity is increasing due to factors such as no mobility, bad usability, multiple logins, functional overlap, too many features, and lack of integration. These complexities contribute to decreased productivity.  Read more