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DHC 2007: Controlling health IT costs the key to capturing value

Madison, Wis. - Peter Strombom, the retired CIO of Meriter Hospital, believes healthcare might be the only industry where competition increases costs.

Why that distortion exists could be the subject of an entire conference, and it occupied a fair amount of time during Digital Healthca......

Full article >>> anage clinical data, PACS manage images associated with clinical data.

Phil Loftus, vice president of information systems and CIO of Aurora Health Care, said 3 to 6 percent of the costs of Aurora's new Summit hospital are devoted to information technology systems, but only if it doesn't have a PACS. In that case, factor in another 3 to 6 perce......

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Peter Christman, executive vice president of the UW Medical Foundation, said the organization's investment in electronic medical records has had a positive effect on ROI, but he ackno......

Full article >>> ormatics poorly and single-vendor solutions that usually fall short of their promise to provide a unified view.

We've decomposed the human body and we've built clinical healthcare IT along the same model, he said.

As a result, caregivers are forced to make life-and-death decisions with inadequate information.

A more effective way to build a clinical support system, Morti......

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'"/> By Joe Vanden Plas 05/16/07

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