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InformationWeek 500: Top Five Companies

by InformationWeekSep 26, 2013

We profile the five organizations that top our list of the most innovative users of technology: UPMC, ConocoPhillips, Gap, Penske Truck Leasing and Miami Children's Hospital.

2013 InformationWeek 500

by InformationWeekSep 04, 2013

Innovation That Gets ResultsCloud, data analytics, social, mobile: These trends continue to generate buzz, but our InformationWeek 500 companies aren't using hyped techs just to say they're on board. Rather, they're taking very practical approaches to ensure that new (and established) technologies drive their businesses forward.Among the 500 respondents to our InformationWeek 2013 Executive Survey, 49% say adding efficiency is among their top three technology goals this year. Right behind

2013 InformationWeek 500 -- Issue

by InformationWeekSep 09, 2013

Innovation That Gets Results: IW 500 companies take a practical view of even trendy tech such as cloud, big data analytics and mobile.

Top 250 Innovators: InformationWeek's 25th annual ranking of the leading U.S. users of business technology.

Why Health IT Must Work More Like Amazon

by InformationWeekJul 19, 2013

Kaiser Permanente has found that a patient is 2.6 times more likely to stay with a particular physician in its network if he or she is using the company's site to do things such as message back and forth with the doctor.Aurora Health Care found that no-shows for doctor visits fell from around 10% to just 2% if the patient made the appointment using the provider's online scheduling system. 

InformationWeek Healthcare July 2013

by InformationWeekJul 12, 2013

 Patient Engagement: Healthcare providers must look beyond Meaningful Use regulations and start asking: Is my site as useful as Amazon?

Data-Powered Research: Healthcare IT executives need to stay well informed about the strengths and limitations of comparative effectiveness research.

InformationWeek Healthcare: May 2013

by InformationWeekMay 10, 2013

Healthcare CIO 20
Innovation is tough amid today's regulatory checklists. These leaders are getting it done.
CIO Halamka reflects after Boston bombing

Research: Health IT Salaries: Nowhere To Go But Up

by InformationWeekApr 05, 2013

Health IT Salaries: Nowhere To Go But UpSalaries for healthcare IT may not match some lucrative sectors — just over half, 53%, of staffers will collect bonuses in 2013, and a mere 18% of managers say they’re very satisfied with their total compensation packages. However, the flip side is a high level of confidence in continued employment, with 91% ­saying they feel very or somewhat secure in their present jobs. (R6460413-HC)Survey Name   2013 InformationWeek U.S. IT Salary

InformationWeek Healthcare: April 2013

by InformationWeekMar 29, 2013

The Right Health IT Priorities?
Regulatory requirements dominate, our research shows. The challenge is to innovate with technology, not just dot the i's and cross the t's.

Tech Is Just One Factor
Real change takes much more than technology.

Health IT Priorities Put Regulations Before Innovation

by InformationWeekApr 01, 2013

The tension is palpable among healthcare IT pros, given how much change is happening at once in their industry. Lynn Witherspoon, chief medical information officer at Ochsner Health System in New Orleans, sums up the challenges: "Care delivery redesign and associated reimbursement changes, ongoing Meaningful Use and healthcare reform requirements, and the difficulty of developing new cultural norms will make next year a very busy one."Another respondent to our InformationWeek 2013 Healthcare IT

Research: 2013 Healthcare IT Priorities

by InformationWeekMar 27, 2013

Innovation Competes With RegulationHealthcare IT priorities have remained remarkably consistent year over year among respondents to our InformationWeek 2013 Healthcare IT Priorities Survey, even as we see rapid change in the industry overall. Our take is that many healthcare IT pros are up to their necks in alligators and have lost sight of their initial objective: Drain the swamp.This lack of movement doesn't bode well for healthcare IT. Peers in other sectors are moving ahead with new



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