Is Mobility improving Healthcare Delivery?
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Is Mobility Improving Healthcare Delivery?

Healthcare - Is Mobility Improving Healthcare Delivery?

Mobility presumably offers advantages in delivering healthcare, and so investments have been made to improve it. What has been the result? Have the investments returned a significant ROI? What specific innovations have driven down cost, increased access, and improved the quality of healthcare? How has the consumerization of IT been leveraged to increase the overall adoption of mobility in healthcare while still managing related challenges?

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Edward W. Marx, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Texas Health Resources

Edward Marx is Chief Information Officer at Cleveland Clinic, a $10 billion medical system that includes the main campus, 10 regional hospitals, 18 family health centers, and facilities in Florida, Nevada, Toronto, Abu Dhabi, and London. He... More   View all posts

Jim Murry, Chief Information Officer, Health Affairs Information Services, and Associate Dean of IT & Informatics, School of Medicine, UC Irvine

As chief information officer at the University of California Irvine, Health Affairs, and associate dean of IT and informatics for UC Irvine's School of Medicine, Jim Murry is responsible for taking the electronic medical record system, begu... More   View all posts
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