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Mary C. Tierney, MS
Vice President & Chief Content Officer, TriMed Media Group
Mary joined TriMed Media in 2003. She was the founding editor and editorial director of Health Imaging, Cardiovascular Business, Molecular Imaging Insight and CMIO, now known as Clinical Innovation + Technology. Prior to TriMed, Mary was the editorial director of HealthTech Publishing Company, where she had worked since 1991. While there, she oversaw four magazines and related online media, and piloted the launch of two magazines and websites. Mary holds a master’s in journalism from Syracuse University. She lives in East Greenwich, R.I., and when not working, she is usually running around after her family, taking photos or cooking.
 - Memorial Hospital

Delivering key images, reports and patient data to the point of diagnosis and care is the Holy Grail of radiology and many other specialties today. Having the correct information for the patient at the right time for the radiologist or referring physician starts with having the right viewer.

 - EIM

CIOs and Health IT Leaders Talk Integration, Interoperability and Images.

 - Colorado Springs Health Partners

In healthcare today, managing the health of patients and practices is all about managing risk. Adding value-driven, population-focused strategic analytics makes the process a lot less risky. Colorado Springs Health Partners (CSHP) is proof positive that analytics and clinical intelligence work for patients and providers.

HIMSS14: Image Enable Your EMR

Clinical Innovation + Technology was on hand at HIMSS14 to cover healthcare IT trends. We stopped in the Vital Images booth to learn more about images and the EMR.

 - Image Network

There’s a new trend in HIEs–image sharing. Universal viewers are linking physicians with images to allow review anywhere. It’s time to take a look.


Many feel that the EMR is central to the health of the enterprise and promises to meet many needs. However, as stakeholders drill down into individual departments, there are areas where the EMR may fail to address the specific workflow of the caregivers in those specialties.

 - Stephen M. R. Covey

NEW ORLEANS—Building and maintaining trust is the core of good medicine and good business, leadership guru Stephen M.R. Covey told an audience of approximately 500 CIOs at the 2013 CIO Forum held March 3.

 - Louis M. Lannum

During the last 20 years, imaging informatics has morphed from an island owned and populated by radiology to a series of enterprise systems. The march of progress continues with widespread adoption of EMRs and the increasing role of imaging.

 - Saint Joseph Hospital

Within the competitive healthcare areas of Colorado, California, Kansas and Montana, SCL Health System has integrated evidence-based decision-making directly in its EMR to support, enhance and speed patient care decisions. One-click, fully integrated access to a clinical point-of-care resource was a must as was a clear implementation strategy and plan to spur physician adoption.

2012 CMIO Leadership Forum Roundtable Discussion

At the close of the CMIO Leadership Forum: Transforming Healthcare Through Evidence-based Medicine last fall in Chicago, Clinical Innovation + Technology invited five luminaries to build on the abundant discussions and dive deeper into the quality of the evidence in medicine, the lack of evidence in many cases, the struggle to engage physicians and patients, and strategies for integrating evidence-based medicine (EBM) into clinical practice. Will the adoption of EBM reach 90 percent by 2020? Should evidence-based medicine be expanded to evidence-based healthcare? Will we see the rise of EBM as a medical specialty? Read on to find out.