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 March 2005
Government site focuses on just three ailments--heart attacks, heart failure, and pneumonia--but will expand to more conditions and quality measures.
But IT workers tend to be a volatile group when it comes to job security, placement firm Hudson finds.
Backed by $50 million from a health insurer, the multiyear project will test whether digital health records can cut errors and costs in the real world.
Three former CIOs have formed an executive search firm rooted in technology and manufacturing.
Idea-management software from Imaginatik helps generate ideas for new products and improved processes, and has saved the company millions of dollars.
InformationWeek's IT Confidence Index is down 14% from a year ago, driven mostly by concerns about IT budgets in the near future.
SureScripts and other advocates hope to have them all favorable by the end of the year.
More than half of employees admit to inappropriate uses of business E-mail, and IT people are more likely than others to E-mail confidential company info.
Hospital study offers a dose of caution about computerized drug ordering
Computerized physician order-entry systems should reduce medical errors, but they may introduce new ones.
The software is part of a larger effort by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help automate manual health-care tasks.
Voice-recognition tools built specifically for medical uses could help doctors reluctant to type their patient interactions.
A new report finds job confidence slid significantly overall in February, but especially so in the IT sector.
Report by Foote Partners finds pay for networking and application development on the rise, project management and Web commerce cooling.