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 April 2009
Job interviews rank up there with root canal for most people. Wouldn't you want to know in advance the trickiest question your prospective employer might ask on your job interview?
The company is hoping to unify its approximate 8 million registered users worldwide, including enterprise software developers and other IT professionals.
Amalga Life Sciences is the latest product under the 3-year-old Microsoft Health Solutions banner.
Researchers analyzed skills and pay data on more than 50,000 IT professionals who participated in InformationWeek salary surveys from 2000 to 2005.
Over the past two years, tens of thousands of U.S. clinicians have traded in their paper prescription pads for electronic prescribing software.
John Glaser, CIO at Partners Healthcare, will be heading down to D.C. the week of May 4, to begin a six month stint helping to hammer out details of the federal government's $20 billion stimulus programs for health IT.
Mayo Clinic Health Manager is Microsoft's bid to get consumers to tap into its HealthVault platform for managing personal health records online.
The U.S. government's nearly $20 billion health IT stimulus program will boost adoption among health care providers, but health industry CIOs say some huge hurdles lie ahead before the nation realizes significant payback.
WebFocus BI tools help the military improve medical care for sick and injured personnel while in transit to medical facilities and once they arrive.
One week into the new H-1B visa season, petitions are still being accepted.