Profile of Paul Cerrato
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Paul Cerrato has worked as a healthcare editor and writer for 30 years, including for InformationWeek Healthcare, Contemporary OBGYN, RN magazine and Advancing OBGYN, published by the Yale University School of Medicine. He has been extensively published in business and medical literature, including Business and Health and the Journal of the American Medical Association. He has also lectured at Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons and Westchester Medical Center.
Articles by Paul Cerrato
posted in October 2011
Medical informatics specialists are right to question the reasoning behind the FDA's proposed guidelines on mobile applications.
Just a partial list of EHR snafus emphasizes the need for a better system of tracking errors.
The new FDA guidelines may create headaches for developers, but there is an upside for doctors and patients.
IBM and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center have created smart hospital rooms that use advanced IT tools to make medical and nursing care more intelligent, faster, and safer.
We're seeking nominations for InformationWeek Healthcare's next CIO 25, our roster of outstanding IT leaders. Here's a brief look at four of 2011's winners.
When it comes to patient care, one size does not fit all. A few health IT innovators are helping to usher in an era of personalized medicine.
Cultural differences are partly to blame; experts offer ideas to bridge the chasm.