Greg Gillespie

Editor-in-Chief

Greg Gillespie, Editor-in-Chief at Health Data Management, has served a variety of editorial roles with the magazine over the past decade, including Managing Editor, Senior Editor and News Editor. HDM has been recognized for its superior editorial content by the American Business Media’s Jesse H. Neal Awards, as well as editorial awards from the ASBPE and ASHPE.

Greg previously was the editor of THE INSTITUTE newspaper of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a publication that went out to the more than 300,000 members of the world’s largest technological association. Prior to that he worked for a number of East Coast and Chicagoland newspapers, covering everything from criminal courts to sports, arts and entertainment.

Recent Stories From This Author

A Real Enterprise Approach
June 23, 2014 HIT leaders frequently tell us there's been a sea change in their relationships with board and top C-suite executives. After...

Taking the Sense Out of Incentives
April 15, 2014 Iím not really sure where the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is trying to go with the two-midnight rule, but I...

Can This HIT Upheaval Sound Any More Boring?
February 26, 2014 Iím getting through my third grueling day at HIMSS14 and if I hear anything else about ďintegrated communication platforms...

A Prescription for Failure
March 21, 2013 Medication adherence is a big problem, but the underlying cause--seniors taking too many medications--has yet to be addressed...

‘Damn damn damn’
November 16, 2012 More and more physicians are using electronic health records, but a recent exam tells me the industry has a ways to go before...

HIPPA
July 18, 2012 The wrong acronym for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) keeps cropping up. Do you care?

Sometimes the Light of Technology Just Doesn’t Shine
July 11, 2012 The Gillespie clan has been using incandescent light bulbs to light our various hovels since Thomas Edison invented them in...

We’ll Have Some Form of Reform, but Will Essentially Hit a Wall
June 27, 2012 Regardless of what happens with Affordable Care Act, state insurance exchanges could drive up costs and stand in the way of...

A Chance to Leap Forward
June 6, 2012 The speakers at our event, July 24-25 in Chicago are I.T. executives and clinicians whose efforts we’ve profiled in...

The Perils of Perfunctory Medicine
May 21, 2012 I recently took my four-year-old son into the dentist for a teeth cleaning, and the first thing that happened, per usual, is...

Trying to Put the R.I.P. on ICD-10
May 16, 2012 So the American Medical Association is asking the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to ease off the pedal a bit on...

Down the Rabbit Hole
March 26, 2012 Lucky for Alice that the U.S. Post Office didnít set up shop in Wonderland, because this is exactly how my latest visit went...

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