With healthcare organizations required to meet compliance standards and use specialized systems offered by software vendors, healthcare is becoming increasingly beholden to IT providers. In order to meet these demands, they require people with the talent to handle these tools, but rarely have the budget to attract or retain them. Is there a staffing crisis in healthcare IT? How will this knowledge be developed and retained internally? Considering the investment challenges and the equal shortage of clinicians from other parts of the organization, how do we work to solving this staffing shortage?
Eric Brosius, VP for Technology Services, Hudson River Healthcare
Eric Brosius has worked in the field of Information Technology for over 17 years, his most recent and notable positions in health information systems. As the Director of Information Technology for a software reseller and healthcare informat... More View all posts
Eric Brosius has worked in the field of Information Technology for over 17 years, his most recent and notable positions in health information systems. As the Director of Information Technology for a software reseller and healthcare information technology provider, he lead a team hosting and supporting EMRs, assisted in the development and integrated HIEs, and the development of a HISP and more. Currently, Mr. Brosius is the Vice President for Technology Services for Hudson River Healthcare. In this role, he supports and maintains all technology and technology related services for 26 clinical sites and 4 administrative sites. In his tenure, he has also facilitated the transition of numerous physician practice sites in Dutchess County, Sullivan County and on Long Island to HRHCare practices, with additional locations planned for next year. Mr. Brosius actively collaborates on interoperability functionality with numerous different groups on new health care initiatives such as Health Home and DSRIP. He holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science. Less View all posts