For this week’s CDN #FollowFriday, we are showcasing CIOs in healthcare that could shed light into the IT needs of this sector.
First up is is Stephen Abraham, CIO of the Medical Council of Canada, which licenses Canada’s physicians. At the MCC, he is responsible for all technology related to MCC’s examinations including registration, examination delivery, marking, scoring, and publication of results. He is also responsible for all systems supporting the repository and for the application for licensure.
He tweets at: @
Using Patient Data to Democratize Medical Discovery http://t.co/PNzAFddWUj
— Steve Abraham (@stephen_abraham) April 9, 2015
Is the internet killing middle class jobs? http://t.co/DOUpYkyAV6
— Steve Abraham (@stephen_abraham) April 8, 2015
CIOs Are Business Leaders http://t.co/XugLj8MBOl
— Steve Abraham (@stephen_abraham) April 1, 2015
Next is John Halamka, CIO of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at the Harvard Medical School. He also blogs regularly about life as a healthcare CIO.
Morton tweets at: @
Gathering Feedback on the Certification Rule: Over the next 3 months, the HIT Standards Committee will review … http://t.co/I7xTNUdpjO
— John Halamka (@jhalamka) April 1, 2015
Meaningful Use Stage 3 NPRMs arrive: For those who want to start readingThe ONC Certification RuleThe CMS Mean… http://t.co/YhFGpjswqQ
— John Halamka (@jhalamka) March 20, 2015
Outcomes as a Service: On Monday, I wrote a brief op-ed for the Wall Street Journal about the reality of cloud… http://t.co/MJb128bvC2
— John Halamka (@jhalamka) March 11, 2015
Third is Bill Walders, CIO with the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
He tweets at: @
— William Walders (@bwalders) March 6, 2015
Honored to represent our great facility and phenominal IT staff. MeriTalk http://t.co/fGF65lFhgy
— William Walders (@bwalders) September 11, 2014
— William Walders (@bwalders) September 3, 2014