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Jeff Gautney – Rush University System for Health

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Jeff Gautney was drawn to Rush University System for Health for its structure. Based in Chicago, the organization consists of a clinically integrated network of hospitals, an extensive medical group and a university. Gautney, the vice president and chief information officer, says this makes his work more interesting and complex. “When you add a thousand […]

Jason Schermerhorn – Crestwood Behavioral Health

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Maybe he initially sold himself short, for Jason Schermerhorn never envisioned himself as part of corporate leadership. A technologist, he was thrilled to become a network engineer in December 2013 at one of California’s major providers of mental and behavioral health services. What an opportunity, he thought, to further his skills and in such a […]

Justin Lahullier – Delta Dental of New Jersey and Connecticut

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Justin Lahullier is never going to lean over dental patients and ask them to open wide. As CIO for Delta Dental of New Jersey and Connecticut, he never prescribes anesthesia, rinsing or flossing, either. But since joining the provider of dental benefits in January 2004, Lahullier has made it his practice to extract data to […]

Jerry Vuchak – Children’s Hospital & Medical Center

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Having a sick child is hard enough—technology shouldn’t be an added stressor. So says Jerry Vuchak, senior vice president and chief information officer at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. “I feel passionate about what this organization is doing, which is providing the very best care for kids,” Vuchak says. “Technology ultimately ties […]

Jovin Olikara – Results Physiotherapy

Est. reading time: 4 mins

In 1996, Australian-born Nashville resident, Gary Cunningham, wanted to upset the physical therapy standards of hot packs and exercise, so he partnered with several people, including three-time Olympic gold-medalist swimmer, Tracy Caulkins. Together, they opened hands-on physical therapy locations in Nashville, then across Tennessee. When 20 years later the original 80 clinics had grown to […]

Julio Gonzalez – US MED

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Diabetes patients have a familiar if unpleasant routine: hold out your finger … and jab! Soon, the finger becomes a pin cushion, albeit for the sake of obtaining important information about blood glucose levels. Though still common, those painful tests are no longer necessary, says Julio Gonzalez. His employer, US MED, partnered with manufacturers to […]

Jonathan Bauer – Atlantic General Hospital

Est. reading time: 5 mins

There’s a car crash on a crowded expressway. Announced by the screeching of tires, a concussive boom and the sprinkle of broken glass on unforgiving asphalt, the accident isn’t fatal. But it does cause minor injuries to the driver. A visit to the emergency room results in treatment, diagnosis and a prescription for a common […]

Jason Fischer – PIH Health

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Ramping up a new telemedicine platform, implementing work-from-home operations and integrating a newly acquired hospital into the system is just a sampling of IT initiatives tackled before and during the COVID-19 crisis by PIH Health Information Solutions. While the pandemic shut down industries and businesses around the world, Chief Information Officer Jason Fischer and his […]

Jon Fisher – CrowdOptic

Est. reading time: 4 mins

With all the bad COVID-19 has sown across the world, there are promising developments in the realm of telemedicine. But first, some context in the form of a short history lesson. Originating from the inventions of the electrical telegraph and the telephone, modern telemedicine or teleconsultations developed as part of military and naval communication. They […]

Jeffrey Hoffman – Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Years before he began studying medicine, Dr. Jeffrey Hoffman was already tinkering with computers. “I thought ‘wow, here’s a box that does so many interesting things,’” Hoffman recalls. Appreciating the role computers could play in health care was one thing. Understanding how—and finding the right tools for the job—proved another challenge entirely. As chief medical […]


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