Features Healthcare

Ted Bayack – Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital

On hold for the past year, some capital projects will resume in due time at this community hospital’s infotech department. Backup systems will be upgraded and servers replaced. Security monitoring always a concern at healthcare facilities, it too will be reassessed. But like an emergency department practicing triage, the IT staff at Hugh Chatham Memorial […]

Chris Myers – Doylestown Hospital

It’s not far off the mark to say Chris Myers endured everything but a swarm of locusts in 2020. A pandemic, tornado and multiple cyberthreats top the list of calamities the chief technology officer at Doylestown Hospital confronted, and just for good measure, the pandemic surged twice and remained very much a public health threat […]

Tarunjeet “T.J.” Mann – Children’s Mercy Kansas City

Anybody still doubt the need for a hospital’s defenses against data theft? Then access the dark web via an anonymizing browser and see what’s for sale. Among the items most in demand: electronic medical records of babies and small children, some of whom have died. As a bonus to the buyer, chances are at least […]

Dr. Adrian M. Mayers – Premera Blue Cross

Every company in the U.S. that holds large amounts of sensitive data should not only ensure that their security programs are as robust as possible—they have a primary duty to do so. This, says Dr. Adrian M. Mayers, is not only to protect clients, partners and internal users, but to contribute to national security. As […]

U.S. Imaging Network – Peter Wallace

There’s more to technology than computer science, says U.S. Imaging Network’s CIO Peter Wallace—in fact, he likens the inherent nature of creative problem solving to a more artistic process. Bringing his vision to the New York-based firm in 2017, Wallace delivered substantial results to the firm that offers medical and health diagnostic consulting services, as […]

Jonathan Bauer – Atlantic General Hospital

There’s a car crash on a crowded expressway. Announced by the screeching of tires, a concussive boom and the sprinkle of broken glass on unforgiving asphalt, the accident isn’t fatal. But it does cause minor injuries to the driver. A visit to the emergency room results in treatment, diagnosis and a prescription for a common […]

Eric Murray – Fairview Health Services

As soon as a patient exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms enters the emergency department at one of Health Fairview’s hospitals, clinicians are on high alert—a crucial first step being to order a chest x-ray. Those captured images immediately go through a specially developed algorithm that scans for patterns associated with the virus. Within seconds, the health care […]

Gary Gooden – Seattle Children’s

Newly hired as CISO of Seattle Children’s in March 2019, Gary Gooden was asked to give the hospital board a 90-day assessment. Members had to be concerned with his observations. There were shortcomings on the technology front, he reported, and serious catching up to do. He also told them that infotech security should be viewed […]

Kelley Irwin – Electrical Safety Authority

A pandemic making shut-ins of people everywhere, many homeowners have commenced with long-neglected improvement projects that often involve wiring and other electrical changes. That’s keeping busy the Electrical Safety Authority, a regulator and advocate for electrical safety mandated by the government of Ontario. The ESA, in its words, reduces the amount of electricity-related harm across […]

Lynn Haueter – Family & Children’s Services

The last thing you want to happen to technology for the largest behavioral health organization in Oklahoma is to have the system crash—there’s too much at stake for a vulnerable and under-resourced population seeking mental health assistance, family services and suicide prevention. The gravity of a potential failure drove Lynn Haueter of Family & Children’s […]

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