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Becker's Hospital Review February 2016

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1 BECKER'S HOSPITAL REVIEW February 2016 l Vol. 2016 No. 2 Executive Exclusives C. Martin Harris, MD CIO of Cleveland Clinic p. 8 Nick van Terheyden, MD CMO, Dell Healthcare & Life Sciences p. 69 Charles Jaffe, MD, PhD CEO of HL7 p. 70 Frank Sacco CEO of Memorial Healthcare System p. 73 Chuck Lauer Former Publisher of Modern Healthcare, Author, Public Speaker and Career Coach p. 75 Ramanathan "Ram" Raju, MD CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals p. 76 Becker's Hospital Review 7 th Annual Meeting April 27-30, 2016 Hyatt Regency | Chicago, Illinois 88 Leading Hospital & Health System CEO, CFO & CIO Speakers 208 Great Health System Executives Speaking 280 Speakers Total Speaking on 5 Tracks & 74 Sessions To learn more & register, visit SAVE THE DATE Working to ward off data breaches, lead clinical adoption of IT and continually innovate, CIOs tackle some of the toughest challenges in healthcare every day. Here we highlight 100 movers and shakers in the health IT space this year. See the full story on page 33. As Epic and Cerner circle in on the lion's share of the EHR market, will they edge out competition, and with it, innovation? We examine this and other key EHR market dynamics through the scope of Apple and Android, two manufacturers who largely rule the smartphone space. See the full story on page 9. Johns Hopkins Puts Safety and Quality Data on Display When Johns Hopkins Medicine made performance data public, it hoped to create a culture of accountability, stay competitive and enhance patient relations and resources. It soon found its external-facing dashboards came with a few unintended benefits as well. See the full story on page 68. 100 Hospital and Health System CIOs to Know Are Epic and Cerner Healthcare's Apple and Android? Public data sharing generates unforeseen benefits

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