Features Healthcare

Shaun Poulton – Salisbury Management Inc.

It doesn’t seem so long ago to Shaun Poulton that he was studying mechanical engineering at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, envisioning himself as a builder of infrastructure. That was during the early 1990s, just before the computer and internet booms which caused him and so many other scientifically-inclined young people to shift paths. Not […]

Sean Stowers – Presbyterian Homes

A few things are sacred to Sean Stowers, a religious family man who also happens to be the director of information technology at Presbyterian Homes Inc. God, family and providing useful technology to the network of senior living communities are central to his life. In his view, the latter requires choosing good partners and thinking […]

Sergey Slitinskiy – MedReview

For Sergey Slitinskiy, running IT for a health care nonprofit often feels like an altogether different world from the improvisational soundscapes of one of the native Ukrainian’s lifelong passions—jazz saxophone. With one very notable exception: When all of the disparate parts that make up an IT department are arranged and working in concert, great things—life-changing […]

Sarah Richardson – HealthCare Partners

In the end, it comes down to relationships, authenticity and always holding fast to humility and curiosity. With these values, you can get wherever you want to go, says Sarah Richardson. “Everything is about connections, but it has to be genuine,” she says. “If you’re out there doing something just because it checks a box, […]

Simita Mishra – Northwell Health

Simita Mishra has a vision for what she says is the not-so-distant future of health care. It’s one in which patients will have the tools to monitor and manage their health and well-being—all while keeping their physicians informed and in the loop. Providers, in turn, will be able to access resources to not only keep […]

Sal Guido – NYC Health + Hospitals

In the world of health care, “consolidation” tends to be shed in an unflattering light, bringing to mind the closing of facilities, the loss of jobs and the disappearance of a personal touch as intuitions grow ever larger. For the IT team at NYC Health + Hospitals (H+H), however, consolidation hasn’t just been a positive […]

Skip Rollins – Freeman Health System

It’s not often that healthcare is compared to retail, but as hospitals and clinics become more reliant on technology to provide streamlined services, Leonard “Skip” Rollins says his staff is all about providing an “Amazon experience.” “When it comes to patient education and scheduling, it’s becoming more on demand than ever before, and from an […]

Scott Segerstrom – Christie Clinic

In today’s corporate healthcare environment, there is usually a hierarchy between the doctors and the management, but in the case of Christie Clinic your doctor also happens to own the place. Christie Clinic is a physician-owned medical practice with 17 locations in east-central Illinois. The clinics provide primary care services as well as a multitude […]

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