LOS GATOS, California, November 23, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Our new book edited by Medigram CEO Sherri Douville, Advanced health technology equips leaders in healthcare systems and medical device companies to tackle the most emerging risks affecting healthcare. With this knowledge, readers will be able to define their legacy of successfully transforming healthcare through technology. This proven multidisciplinary team of 23 leaders also continues to push the boundaries of healthcare and technology with new book series editions.
Alongside this new book release, we are announcing the creation of two book series and Series Editor, Sherri Douville, CEO of Medigram, Editor of mobile medicine and Advanced health technology.
Two series of books:
The goal of both series under series editor Sherri Douville, CEO of Medigram, is to accelerate the development and adoption of trusted solutions to radically accelerate responsible innovation in technology and data for healthcare. effectiveness in medicine and beyond.
Clinical settings are facing huge labor shortages and huge challenges. However, the path to success is not clear or simple in nature. Published by the world’s largest academic book publisher Taylor & Francis, our new book on Managing Risk with Cutting-Edge Technology provides expert advice for overcoming two-thirds of the top emerging risks facing healthcare and medicine by leveraging advanced health technology skills. A diverse set of respected authors as well as experts in the development, deployment, hospital administration and implementation of advanced clinical technologies demystify and clarify the complexity of managing emerging risks by linking engineering, IT, cybersecurity, confidentiality, medicine, leadership and legal.
This new Medigram-led series will feature contributing co-authors named as editors of upcoming books: 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 executives face profound opportunities and challenges in the data-driven areas of quality. Patient data and system performance and outcomes are measured and reported, and the integrity and security of that data is paramount, as it impacts how we are evaluated and paid as healthcare systems. healthcare, as well as publicly manifesting our patient experience, IT, performance improvement, cybersecurity, risk, regulation, DEI, clinician and workforce wellness and retention . Advanced health technology written by a cross-functional team of leaders in all of these related disciplines is an introduction – outlining technical, legal, clinical, managerial and organizational leadership steps into practical frameworks for driving medicine, science, computing, data, the engineering and teams of a next-generation healthcare system forward.”
—Brian McBeth, MD, CPEDirector of Quality (Acting), Santa Clara County Health System
Background of our teams, Mobile medicine: overcoming people, culture and governance and this new book Advanced health technology: Managing risk while addressing barriers to rapid acceleration together have an incredible impact on industry standards and certification. This highlights the need and responds to the appetite for reliable and credible information in the field of health technologies. By curating proven published authors with the skills, abilities and drive to change the industry. We are increasing our impact by elevating many more leaders to stand as editors in these new series. Health technology involves several disciplines, although all must meet the standards required by health actors to obtain credible “medical grade” information. Healthcare CEOs, CIOs, CISOs, medical executives, boards, academics, policy makers and other leaders in medicine and medical technology locally, regionally and globally trust in our books to enable their strategic leadership in balancing innovation and inherent risk with technology.
We are delighted to partner our expertise with Taylor & Francis, a respected medical publisher and the undisputed leader in medical informatics. Together, we will dramatically increase the impact of our fields through these book series, creating trustworthy ecosystems of technology and innovation inside and outside healthcare.
“We have built a distinctive and productive culture behind these Medigram-led book teams. We are now doubling down on our keys to success for our upcoming books and series with the following principles.
*Passionate and committed multidisciplinary group
* Extreme teamwork made possible by a “multiplier” mindset
* Place the team before the individual
*Provide excellent standard bearing product”
—mike ng Chief Operating Officer, Medigram Inc.
Foreword by Ed Marx, Leading Serial Top CIO and CEO of They diverge and written by 23 leaders, contributors in medicine, cybersecurity, privacy law, IT, leadership and more, including:
William C. Harding, Ph.D.
Brian McBeth, MD, CPE
Shantanu Chakrabarty, Ph.D.
Arthur Douville, MD
Peter McLaughlin, JD, CIPP/USA, CIPT
Karen Jaw-Madson, Director
Brittany Partridge, MBA
Lucia C. Savage, JD
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About the series’ editor-in-chief, Sherri Douville: Sherri Douville is CEO and board member of Medigram, the mobile medicine company. She is recognized on lists of America’s Top CEOs in eight technology and healthcare categories by CEO, Boardroom Media, as one of Crunchbase’s top-ranked technology executives globally. She is a bestselling editor, editor, lead author and contributor to a 3rd forthcoming book, Advanced Health Technology (Taylor & Francis 2023). Sherri is co-chair of the IEEE/UL Joint Venture for the SG Draft Technical Trust Standard for Clinical IoT in Medicine, P2933. She is passionate about redefining technology, software, and data for medicine and advanced health technologies in a way that earns the trust of clinicians, our family, and our friends. Ms. Douville relies on her books to inform her work on the CHIME CDH Security Specialization Certification. She advises and co-founds the cybersecurity curriculum for the Black Corporate Board Readiness and Women’s Corporate Board Readiness programs at Santa Clara University. She is the editor of the Trustworthy Technology & Innovation series and Trustworthy Technology & Innovation in Healthcare (Taylor & Francis).
About Taylor & Francis Group: Taylor & Francis Group partners with researchers, learned societies, universities and libraries around the world to bring knowledge to life. As one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals, books, e-books and reference works, our content covers all areas of the humanities, social sciences, behavioral sciences, sciences, 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 publishers, companies and authors and personalized and efficient customer service to our library colleagues.
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