Keyword: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
Stanford Children's executive Ed Kopetsky has been named CIO of the Year by HIMSS and CHIME.
Republicans panned Senate Democrats' forcing a vote on banning short-term health insurance plans, plus other healthcare headlines from around the web.
Two of California's most well-known providers are teaming up to provide more comprehensive care for patients with congenital heart defects.
Mission Health has signed a letter of intent to join HCA; 340B Health CEO Ted Slafsky has resigned; plus more healthcare headlines.
Ed Kopetsky, CIO of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, created the task force after his son died of an overdose last year.
The goal of the redesign of Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford was to create a facility with patients—and caregivers—in mind.
CIOs have to step outside the bubble of technology experts and be prepared to lead massive change, according to one healthcare IT executive.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America and Foundation Medicine will educate clinicians and patients about precision medicine.
While others struggle to make their programs a success, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford has emerged as a leader in the field.
New research finds that use of data-driven parameters to modify and reduce alarm limits is one viable option for cutting alarm fatigue.