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 February 2010
The American Medical Association and Dell will offer physicians one-stop-shopping for electronic health products.
The Nebraska Health Information Initiative, which served mostly the Omaha region until now, is expanding statewide.
Mayo, GE, and Intel will explore how videoconferencing and electronic health monitoring can help sick, elderly patients remain in their homes and avoid costly hospitalizations.
While the federal government is enticing healthcare providers with billions of dollars in stimulus funding to digitize patient health data, the feds also appear serious about the data privacy and security concerns these efforts raise.
Touchscreen bedside units replace traditional hospital TVs and give pediatric patients Internet access, and a new way to communicate with hospital staff.
Looking to get into health IT, but don't have a background in healthcare? Practice Fusion might be the place for you.
A computerized physician order entry and "partial" e-health record system gives medical staff the tools to track and analyze oncology treatments.
Street.com just released a list of "best and worst" healthcare IT stocks. You'd think with all the stimulus money being waved at healthcare providers to install e-health record systems over the next few years, all health IT stocks would be winners.
Providence Health & Services is rolling out Compuware performance management tools to speed doctors' access to clinical data and IT's ability to maintain and repair systems.
Videoconferencing, digital cameras, and robotics help critical care doctors working from home supervise treatment of pediatric ICU patients.
LabDx sends lab results directly to physicians' electronic medical records.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will focus on delivering IT projects on time, on budget, says an official.
The president wants to increase funding for the national health IT czar to get doctors and hospitals using e-heath records meaningfully.
While the world awaited Apple's debut of iPad last week, another tablet vendor--that especially focuses on healthcare-- was busy behind the scenes readying its own new product announcement.