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 November 2011
The ultimate goal is a universally accepted national health information exchange. What's the holdup?
Accountable Care Organizations require hard data to support treatment decisions. IT's job is to build that evidence into your organization's systems.
In the interest of patient safety, the Institute of Medicine recommends that health IT be more tightly regulated, much like the auto industry. But are the two industries comparable?
If your organization hopes to get a piece of the ACO pie, not only will your clinicians need to perform, but your IT team must crunch their performance numbers in ways that motivate them to improve.
Personalized medicine, clinical analytics, and natural language processing are the emerging technologies making their way into clinical use.
Genesis integrates 28 applications to save lives of 2,600 patients annually.
Don't let your push to obtain the government's EHR financial
incentives blind you to the next big hurdle: accountable care.