11 Hospital IT Executives You Should Follow on Twitter

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As a forum for information sharing, Twitter is growing in importance. At the same time, it's like trying to take a sip of water out of the proverbial fire hose; where to even start? Professionals in the health IT space should be engaged with Twitter, and perhaps the best way to start is to "follow" some of the most popular thought leaders on the site. The next slides give a short glimpse of some of the leading HIT executives making an impact on Twitter today.

Wen Dombrowski, MD Wen Dombrowski, MD

Medical Director for Complex Care Management, North Shore-LIJ Health System
@HealthcareWen
25,500 followers

Marc Chasin, MD Marc Chasin, MD

VP, CIO St. Luke's Health System, Boise, Idaho
@M_Chasin
16,600 followers

John Halamka John Halamka

CIO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, Boston
@jhalamka
14,600 followers

Will Weider Will Weider

CIO, Ministry Health Care
@CandidCIO
7,907 followers

Luis Saldana Luis Saldana

CMIO, Texas Health Resources, Arlington
@lsaldanamd
6,905 followers

Rasu Shrestha, MD Rasu Shrestha, MD

Chief Innovation Officer, UPMC and Executive Vice President, UPMC Enterprises, Pittsburgh
@RasuShrestha
4,503 followers

Dirk Stanley Dirk Stanley

CMIO, Cooley Dickenson Hospital, Springfield, Mass.
@dirkstanley
4,308 followers

David Chou David Chou

CIO, University of Mississippi Medical Center
@dchou1107
3,934 followers

Ferdinand Velasco, MD Ferdinand Velasco, MD

Chief Health Information Officer, Texas Health Resources, Arlington
@ftvelasco
2,818 followers

Sue Schade Sue Schade

CIO, University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers
@sgschade
2,444 followers

Edward Marx Edward Marx

Leader in NYC Health & Hospitals Corporation, through partnership with the Advisory Board Company
@marxists
2,141 followers

As a forum for information sharing, Twitter is growing in importance. At the same time, it's like trying to take a sip of water out of the proverbial fire hose; where to even start? Professionals in the health IT space should be engaged with Twitter, and perhaps the best way to start is to "follow" some of the most popular thought leaders on the site. The next slides give a short glimpse of some of the leading HIT executives making an impact on Twitter today.

 

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