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Geoffrey Mason – Thomas Allen

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Ask Director of Information Technology Geoffrey Mason, and he’ll tell you that the people who work for Thomas Allen don’t do it for the money alone. There are no fancy perks like ping pong tables or kombucha on tap. Rather, for many who work at the Minnesota-based social-services company, which runs group homes and case […]

Gary Gooden – Seattle Children’s

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Newly hired as CISO of Seattle Children’s in March 2019, Gary Gooden was asked to give the hospital board a 90-day assessment. Members had to be concerned with his observations. There were shortcomings on the technology front, he reported, and serious catching up to do. He also told them that infotech security should be viewed […]

Gregg Martin – Arnot Health

Est. reading time: 5 mins

For years the emergency department staff at Arnot Health, a New York-based health care system, wanted an emergency department information system (EDIS). For years, Arnot’s Chief Information Officer (CIO) Gregg Martin said “no” to this. It might seem counterintuitive that a CIO would deny users a new technology, but Martin knows that technology is worthless […]

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