A panel of CIOs discuss a variety of issues bedeviling healthcare systems and their vendors.
Intermountain, whose telehealth system is among the most advanced in the country, is using the technology to extend its specialists' skills into the smaller community hospitals and rural locations in its network
It may seem counterintuitive to hire newcomers in a field that's more complicated than ever, but experts are urging healthcare organizations to consider recruiting supply chain leaders who can apply expertise from other industries.
In a roundtable discussion held earlier this month, four prominent nursing executives discuss the myriad challenges facing their profession, including an aging workforce.
Intermountain Healthcare allows patients at four of its smaller hospitals to consult with infectious disease specialists through video and phone conferencing.
Many CEOs responding to our post-election survey said they're willing to consider Trump's healthcare reform ideas. But 86% said an ACA repeal should not proceed without a replacement that provides affordable health insurance for all Americans who lack employer-based coverage.
Modern Healthcare Managing Editor Gregg Blesch recently spoke with Harrison about managing population health, running a hospital in Abu Dhabi and building personal connections in a large health system.
Dale Maxwell will become interim CEO at Albuquerque-based Presbyterian Healthcare Services when current president and CEO James Hinton leaves to become chief executive at Dallas-based Baylor Scott & White Health in January 2017.
Intermountain Healthcare's supply chain chief will take his talents to Pensiamo, a supply chain venture recently formed by UPMC and IBM.
The Utah Health Information Network, a Salt Lake City-based clinical health information exchange organization and claims clearinghouse services provider, has named Andrew Burchett CIO and Candace Czerny COO. Both previously worked at the not-for-profit group.
This year we honor the 30th class for Modern Healthcare's Up & Comers awards. The program recognizes healthcare's rising stars—young men and women still in the early phases of their careers but who have already made their marks in the industry.
In the three years since the FDA published final regulations on a unique device identifier system, most manufacturers and distributors have successfully started phasing in UDIs for their products. But few healthcare providers are able to take full advantage of the data.