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MedQuist Customer Wins CIO 100 Award

MOUNT LAUREL, N.J., June 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- MedQuist's (Nasdaq: MEDQ ) customer, OhioHealth, based in Columbus, Ohio, has been selected as one of the Top 100 CIO 100 Award winners. OhioHealth was recognized as an industry leader for their implementation and use of MedQuist's SpeechQ f...

Metastorm Customer, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Wins CIO 100 Award for BPM Project

BALTIMORE, June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Metastorm, a leading provider of Business Process Management (BPM), Business Process Analysis (BPA), and Enterprise Architecture (EA) software for aligning strategy with execution, today announced that CIO Magazine has named Metastorm customer Wyeth Pharmaceutical...

BayCare Named CIO 100 Award Winner by CIO Magazine

CLEARWATER, Fla., June 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- BayCare Health System has been recognized by IDG's CIO magazine as a recipient of the 2009 CIO 100 award. The 22nd annual award program acknowledges organizations around the world that exemplify the highest level of operational and strategi...

Cleveland Clinic CIO Named to Federal Advisory Committee on Health Information Technology

C. Martin Harris M.D., a Leader in Healthcare Technology Initiatives, Selected as Advisor to Second Presidential Administration on Improvements to Healthcare Delivery CLEVELAND, May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Cleveland Clinic Chief Information Officer C. Martin Harris, M.D., M.B.A., has been named to...

Health Plan of Michigan Recognized by CIO Magazine as One of the 2008 CIO 100 Award Honorees

This is the second year in a row that HPM has received this honor. DETROIT, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- IDG's CIO magazine announced today that Health Plan of Michigan is a recipient of the 2008 CIO 100 award. The 21st annual award program recognizes organizations around the world that have dist...

Precyse Solutions Promotes Ken Lacy to Senior Vice President & CIO to Drive Advancement of PrecyseNet(TM), Precyse's Advanced Technology Solution

Lacy's health care industry expertise has led Precyse to a leadership role in Health Information Management and Technology that Reduces Operating Costs and Accelerates Revenues for Hospitals WAYNE, Pa., March 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Precyse Solutions, the leader in driving peak perfo...

Long Term Care Group, Inc. Announces Hiring of New CIO

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., May 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Long Term Care Group (LTCG), the nation's largest administrator of long-term care products announced that it has hired Paul Kay as Senior Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, effective May 19th. Mr. Kay will report d...

Electronic Forms Management Suite from Access Delivers Admissions Efficiency at Laughlin Memorial Hospital

... implemented a product that makes their lives easier, and PFS is a great complement to our Meditech Client Server system," said Laughlin Memorial cio Mary Crouch. "Instead of wasting time pulling forms, everything they need is available on demand, which increases efficiency and gives them more ...

Summa Health System Creates Quick Win With Their Caregiver Community By Implementing Sentillion's Clinical Workstation Solution

... were able to both simplify their workflow by speeding access to multiple applications and enable them to better manage patient data," said Greg Kall, cio for Summa Health System. "In addition, Sentillion's close partnership with Eclipsys, our primary health information system vendor, significantly enha...

Top Healthcare Magazine Awards Carefx Client '2009 IT Project of the Year'

...inical information among community providers. With Fusionfx at its core, this project went well beyond a normal IT project, according to Jamie Welch, cio for LRHC and IT Director for LARHIX. "This is a patient-care project. That's the whole point. The entire focus is patient care and making sure that p...

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Duke Licenses ALPHADAS(R), Logos Technologies EDC System to Accelerate its Early Phase Clinical Trials

...g and life-enhancing drugs. "We very much look forward to working with Logos Technologies to implement ALPHADAS at Duke" said Steve Woody, Associate cio for Translational and Clinical Research for Duke Medicine. "We evaluated the market and believe ALPHADAS to be the best fit for our needs in developin...
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Office of the Director of National Intelligence, CIO to Speak at Government Security Conference

WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Maj. Gen. (ret) Dale Meyerrose, Chief Information Officer, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, will lead the plenary session and Greg Garcia, Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity and Telecommunications, Department of Homeland Security, has bee...

Office of the Director of National Intelligence, CIO to Speak at Government Security Conference

WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Maj. Gen. (ret) Dale Meyerrose, Chief Information Officer, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, will lead the plenary session and Greg Garcia, Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity and Telecommunications, Department of Homeland Security, has bee...

Michael A. Betts, Seasoned Financial Services Executive, Joins CIC Board of Directors

...organizational consolidation. Previously, he was Senior Vice President and cio of American General Retirement Services, where he led the technology group ...rate business functions. Mr. Betts also served as Senior Vice President and cio of American General Life & Accident, where he led the technology group for ...

Michael A. Betts, Seasoned Financial Services Executive, Joins CIC Board of Directors

...organizational consolidation. Previously, he was Senior Vice President and cio of American General Retirement Services, where he led the technology group ...rate business functions. Mr. Betts also served as Senior Vice President and cio of American General Life & Accident, where he led the technology group for ...
CIO in Biological Technology

Sigma-Aldrich Honored With CIO 100 Award for Innovative Web Research Tool, Your Favorite Gene powered by Ingenuity

ST. LOUIS, June 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sigma-Aldrich (Nasdaq: SIAL ) announced today it has received CIO magazine's 2009 CIO 100 award for Your Favorite Gene powered by Ingenuity ( http://www.sigma-aldrich.com/yfg ), a powerful web-based biological search tool that provides scientists...

State CIO discusses IT and government

Increased demand, lack of funding cited as problems MADISON Improving information technology in order to boost business and keep customers happy isnt exactly a revolutionary practice. But if youre serving all of Wisconsin and chronically lack funding, even the smallest technological alteratio...

State CIO wants to unify electronic government

As Wisconsin pushes ahead with its goal of extending electronic government and consolidating its behind-the-scenes information-technology infrastructure, questions remain about how such a massive undertaking can take place given the political realities. The importance of sharing information an...

American Family CIO takes entrepreneurial approach to innovation

Byrne Chapman, CIO of American Family When Byrne Chapman started his career in IT, weatherman probably wasnt one of the variations he imagined. Yet the business needs at American Family Insurance have taken him in just that direction. Byrne Chapmans organization has started handling terabytes of...

Interview: State CIO predicts small businesses and SOA will shape Wisconsin

Miszewski To Matt Miszewski, Wisconsin's best bet for 2005 is to do things faster. If the state wants to build off the accomplishments of 2004, it needs to watch the growth of small businesses and take a lesson from their agility. Miszewski, the state's chief information officer and the head ...

Annie Stunden, CIO at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Many organizations talk a good game about interpersonal skills, influence and collaboration, but when it comes right down to it, there's a pretty clear chain of command that runs right down the middle. As director of the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) at the University of Wisconsin-Madis...

Peter Stockhausen: CIO or business consultant?

Peter Stockhausen didnt hesitate when asked what hed like to be doing if he wasnt in information technology. Business consultant or strategic consultant was his quick answer. It shows in his approach as CIO at Manpower North America. Peter gets the technology and its potential for business effic...

Embattled state CIO stands his ground

Madison, Wis . - Matt Miszewski rubs some people the wrong way, but he believes friction sometimes comes with the turf. Governor Jim Doyle hired Miszewski as the state's CIO in 2003 to bring greater efficiency to the state's information technology enterprise, and he certainly expected some bumps a...

Visions: Matheys says CIO role is good training for executive suite

Steve Matheys Green Bay, Wis. - For six years, Steve Matheys served as the chief technologist for Schneider National , and his experience during that period - 1998 to 2004 - convinced him that serving as a CIO can be a great training ground for bigger and better things in the executive suite....

Bruce Maas named CIO at UW-Milwaukee

Milwaukee, Wis. - The interim tag has been removed for Bruce Mass following his appointment as chief information officer at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee . Rita Hartung Cheng, provost and vice chancellor for Academic Affairs, announced the appointment following a national search. M...

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