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WTN interview: Dr. Jeffrey Grossman, CEO UW Medical Foundation

Editors Note: Dr. Jeffrey Grossman, president and CEO of the University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation and associate dean for clinical affairs for UW Medical School was the kick-off speaker at the Digital Healthcare Conference 2004. In this interview with WTN, Dr. Grossman discusses how advances in technology are creating huge volumes of data but, at the same time a Knowledge Gap betwee......

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That represents the probably most dramatic things we do in medicine and is the sort of thing that makes the news in sound bites, but it doesnt represent the bulk of medicine, it is the tip of the iceberg.

WTN: What happens when medical records are combined with medical images, and physicians will have terabytes if not pedabytes of content to synthesize?


Full article >>> e the barriers to adoption of information technology to medicine today?

There are a bunch of barriers; one of those is the embedded barrier to change in any organization or industry. That is the sense that you are doing well enough right now, and a resistance to change things in an incremental way, for fear of destabilizing what is already going reasonable well.


Full article >>> br> WTN: What is your perspective on recent government efforts to help accelerate deployment of electronic medical records systems?

My personal belief that this is all tied together with the concepts of universal healthcare, which I believe we need, along a with a more organized and cogent payer system. This is certainly part of the problem. But, what I think we are heari......

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Grossman: There is a good argument of best of breed versus integrated solutions. One of the issues is that it is hard to put best of breeds together. The interfaces are terrible, and I think there is too much vaporware and false advertising about integrated systems which simply as not as functional as they have been portrayed to be.

Whats is happening is that even those ......

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