LOS GATOS, Calif., November 23, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Our new newsletter edited by Medigram CEO, Sherri Douville, Advanced Health Technology equips leaders in both health systems and medical device companies to address the many emerging risks affecting health care. With this knowledge, students will be able to define their legacy by successfully transforming health care through technology. This proven multidisciplinary team of 23 leaders continues to push the boundaries of healthcare and technology with a new series of books.
In conjunction with the release of this new book, we are announcing the launch of a two-book series with series editor, Sherri Douville, CEO at Medigram, editor of Treated Medicines again Advanced Health Technology.
Two book series:
The goal of the two series under the series organizer, Medigram CEO Sherri Douville is to accelerate the development and adoption of reliable solutions to significantly accelerate the responsible innovation of technology and data for clinical excellence and beyond.
Clinical sites are facing severe staffing shortages and challenges. However, the path to success is not clear or simple in nature. Published by international academic publisher Taylor & Francis, our new book on risk management through advanced technology provides expert guidance for overcoming two-thirds of the top emerging risks facing healthcare and medicine through the use of advanced health technology capabilities. A diverse collection of respected authors and experts in advanced clinical technology development, deployment, hospital management, and implementation demystifies and brings clarity to the complexities of emerging risk management by integrating engineering, informatics, cybersecurity, privacy, medicine, leadership, and law.
This newly established series led by Medigram will include contributing authors who have been selected as future book editors: David Finn, Rosie Goddard, William C. Harding, PhD, Dennis Leber, PhD, Anthony Lee, Anita Lynch, Peter McLaughlin, Tanya Monsef, Mike Ng, Brittany Partridge, Allison J. Taylor, and Eric Svetcov.
“Today’s healthcare managers face profound opportunities and challenges in all domains of quality, which are data-driven. Patient data, as well as system performance and outcomes, are measured and reported, and the integrity and security of this data is critical, as it impacts how we are measured and paid as health systems, as well as public disclosure. our patient experience, IT, performance improvement, cyber security, risk, governance, DEI, clinical and employee wellbeing and retention. Our book, Advanced Health Technology written by a team of active leaders across these interrelated fields is a primer – showcasing the technical, legal, clinical, managerial, and organizational leadership initiatives across functional organizations to drive medicine, science, IT, data, engineering, and next-generation health system teams.”
—Brian McBeth, MD, CPEChief Quality Officer (Interim), Santa Clara County Health System
The previous book of our groups, Mobile Medicine: Conquering People, Culture, and Governance and this new book Advanced Health Technology: Managing Risk While Facing Obstacles to Rapid Acceleration together they have a dramatic impact on industry standards and certifications. This illuminates the need and meets the desire for reliable, trustworthy information in the area of health care technology. By selecting published authors with proven skills, abilities, and motivation to change the industry. We are expanding our impact by nominating more leaders to step forward as editors in this new series. Health care technology involves many disciplines, although all must meet the standards required by health care stakeholders to obtain reliable, “medical grade” information. Healthcare CEOs, CIOs, CISOs, chief medical officers, Boards of Directors, academics, policy makers, and other leaders in medicine and medical technology at the local, regional, and global levels trust our books to empower their creative leadership to balance innovation and risk. which are natural. technically.
We are pleased to partner with Taylor & Francis, a respected medical publisher and the undisputed leader in Healthcare IT. Together, we will dramatically advance the impact of our fields through this book series, building an ecosystem of Trustworthy Technology & Innovation within and outside of healthcare.
“We’ve built a unique and productive culture behind these book groups led by Medigram. Now we’re doubling down on our keys to success in our next books and series with the following principles.
*An enthusiastic and dedicated multidisciplinary team
*Extreme engagement enabled by the concept of ‘repetition’
*Put the group before the individual
*Delivering the best product, of the right quality”
—Mike Ng, Chief Operating Officer, Medigram Inc.
Foreword by Ed Marx, Leading Serial Top CIO, & CEO at Divergent and written by 23 leaders, contributors across medicine, cybersecurity, privacy law, informatics, leadership and more including:
William C. Harding, PhD
Brian McBeth, MD, CPE
Shantanu Chakrabarty, Ph.D.
Arthur Douville, MD
Peter McLaughlin, JD, CIPP/US, CIPT
Karen Jaw-Madson, Principal
Brittany Partridge, MBA
Lucia C. Savage, JD
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About Series Editor, Sherri Douville: Sherri Douville is CEO and board member at Medigram, a Mobile Medicine company. He is recognized on the US’s top CEO list in eight categories of technology and healthcare by CEO, Boardroom Media as one of Crunchbase’s top technology executives globally. He is the best-selling, recurring editor, lead author, and contributor to the forthcoming 3rd book, Advanced Health Technology (Taylor & Francis 2023). Sherri is co-chair of the IEEE/UL JV project SG standard for clinical IoT reliability in medicine, P2933. He is passionate about redefining technology, software and medical data and advanced health technology in a way that deserves the trust of our doctors, family, and friends. Mrs. Douville uses his books to inform his work on the special security certificate of CHIME CDH. She advised and co-founded the Cybersecurity curriculum for the Black Corporate Board Readiness and Women’s Corporate Board Readiness programs at Santa Clara University. He serves as series editor for Trustworthy Technology & Innovation and Trustworthy Technology & Innovation in Healthcare (Taylor & Francis).
About Taylor & Francis Group: The Taylor & Francis Group collaborates with researchers, scholarly organizations, universities and libraries around the world to survive. As one of the world’s leading publishers of academic journals, books, eBooks and reference works our content covers all fields of Humanities, Social Sciences, Behavioral Sciences, Science, Technology and Medicine. From our network of offices in Oxford, New York, Philadelphia, Boca Raton, Boston, Melbourne, Singapore, Beijing, Tokyo, Stockholm, New Delhi and Johannesburg, Taylor & Francis staff provide local expertise and support to our editors, communities and authors and tailored customer service , successful for our library colleagues.
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