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From Naysayer to Partner: How User Expectations and Needs Are Changing IT’s Role

Steven Goriah, VP of IT, CIO & CISO, Westchester Medical Center During the early weeks of the Covid-19 pandemic, there was a lot of focus on digital health, and the potential it had to improve patient care while increasing efficiency. But as leaders take a stock of how their teams responded — and how it… Read More »

University of Pittsburgh Library System chooses Preservica for its digital preservation and access needs

Oxford, UK and Boston, MA. July 9 2020 – Preservica, the market leader in active digital preservation, has been selected by the University of Pittsburgh Library System (ULS) to safeguard over two million digitized pages and born-digital materials including university records, archives, and special collections. Tracing its roots back to 1787, the University of Pittsburgh… Read More »

Opinion: Why Michigan needs more pharmacy reform – The Detroit News

opinion James Broughel Published 11:00 PM EDT Jun 14, 2020 During the month of May, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed two executive orders unleashing the talents of Michigan pharmacists in the fight against COVID-19. The first one, which was signed on May 19 and extended several past orders, expanded pharmacists’ operational capacity and authority to dispense… Read More »

AMIA: FHIR is not suitable for research, needs NIH R&D funding

The American Medical Informatics Association wants the National Institutes of Health to fund research and development to advance HL7’s Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources standard. AMIA submitted comments to NIH in response to the agency’s request for information seeking input from stakeholders on how FHIR could be used to capture and share clinical data for biomedical… Read More »

Why Medicine Needs a New Hippocratic Oath—and What It Should Be – Singularity Hub

Somewhere along the road from sickness to health, the American medical system took a wrong turn—a big one. The cost of care in our country is sky-high, yet our population health outcomes tend to be worse than those of other developed countries (many of which have universal health care). Major surgeries, treatments for long-term illnesses… Read More »