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Tomorrow It’s Buying Intentions of Healthcare CIOs

by John Moore | June 04, 2008

Tomorrow the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council will host what looks to be an interesting meeting entitled: Placing Bets: Top IT Vendors’ Healthcare Visions and Investments.

Broken up into two parts, the first addressing what keeps hospital CIOs awake at night and John Halamka, one of the panel members should provide some interesting commentary. But it is the second session that really interests me: Is the Consumer the Next Big Healthcare IT (HIT) Buyer? Honestly, not all that impressed with who they have on the panel to address that particular subject, but I’ll sure make my presence known commenting from the audience should the conversation run astray or like many I have heard of late, be ill-informed.

Will put up a post tomorrow with key take-aways from the event.

One response to “Tomorrow It’s Buying Intentions of Healthcare CIOs”

  1. […] Dan Nigrin, the CIO from Children’s Hospital Boston set the tone at this morning’s meeting stating what keeps him up at night is struggling with the insatiable demand for HIT among care […]

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