Anyone can be breached. Risk of breach and data loss is an increasingly significant issue, but not just a technology issue, and technology alone regardless of spend will not fix it. Mitigating the risk of data breach demands recognition of a flaw in the data protection strategies of too many very large and competent organizations […]
About Contributor - Christopher R. Wood
Christopher R. Wood, CMIO, Loyola University Health System
Christopher R. Wood, MD CMIO, Loyola University Health System Christopher R. Wood, MD, is chief medical information officer of Loyola University Health System. In this role, Dr. Wood connects the two worlds of information technology and medicine, helping physicians use data to improve care for their patients. He was recently named to a national list of “25 CMIOs to Know” by Becker’s Hospital Review. Before joining Loyola, Dr. Wood was medical director of information systems at Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, Utah. He has more than 15 years of experience working in clinical informatics, the science of managing data to help prevent disease, deliver more efficient care and increase the effectiveness of translational research.
Christopher R. Wood's Contributions
The goal of the Healthcare industry has been to create an overall patient experience, one that gets patients to connect with doctors, to monitor their health activity at home and to be informed about their condition and needs. One third of Americans use social media research health conditions via social media and even make decisions […]