Profile of Marianne Kolbasuk McGeeSenior Writer, InformationWeek
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Marianne Kolbasuk McGee is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Marianne Kolbasuk McGee
posted in October 2006
It aims to have 100% of the state's doctors using the technology, which can reduce errors and spot dangerous drug interactions, by 2008.
IT workers may think the economy is weakening and that fewer jobs are available, but they're overwhelmingly confident about their own job security.
The data integration work aims to provide UPMC's clinicians with easier access to more unified and comprehensive patient data.
A Web 2.0 course offered at the University of Arizona teaches young people about the benefits that digital media technologies can offer to potential employers.
ERP consultants and hardware engineers were among the top earners.
After 10 years of digitizing patient records, Geisinger Health System shows what other health care providers just starting on e-health initiatives have to look forward to.
Rademacher spent 16 years at APC, the last three as CIO. But the father of three is about to make a big career change, pursuing a long-time desire to become a teacher.
Job confidence slid in Hudson's national index last month, but IT and telecom pros were optimistic about their job prospects, job security, and personal finances.
Partners Telemedicine uses a smart pillbox, a glowing orb light, and wireless apps to study whether subtle visual reminders help patients remember to take their medicine.