Repeal and Replace McKesson's EIS

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THURSDAY AUGUST 17, 2017

2 PM Eastern, 1 PM Central, 11 AM Pacific

Sponsored By HIStalk

  • In this webinar Frank Poggio and Vince Ciotti will provide a detailed analysis of Allscripts' acquisition of McKesson's EIS division: what it means for the 500+ clients on McKesson's various products, alternative vendors they should consider, lessons from past acquisitions in HIS-tory, and how it will impact the overall HIS market today.

    This webiar is geared toward CIOs at McKesson's EIS client facilities and sales reps at competing vendors eager to get them.
     
    Known for their brutally honest and equally humorous observations, this promises to be an interesting session!



     

Frank L. Poggio

Frank is CEO/President of The Kelzon Group, a firm that focuses on health information systems issues.  He has over forty years of experience in the health care industry having been a hospital CIO and CFO, software entrepreneur, and industry consultant.  He has completed consulting engagements for both large and small hospitals, and major vendors of health information systems.  Previously, he was General Manager of Mediware, Inc, President of Citation Computer Systems, Inc., and an EVP at Pharmacy Data Systems along with founding companies and serving in other executive-level roles in healthcare IT.

Vince Ciotti

Vince Ciotti is a familiar name to frequent readers of HIStalk, thanks to the 120+ weekly episodes on the “HIS-tory” of Hospital Information Systems he wrote over the past several years.  He spent 15 years working for leading vendors such as SMS and McAuto, and then 30 years consulting at over 300 client hospitals.  A frequent speaker at national seminars including HIMSS, HFMA and ACHE, he has written scores of articles for leading HIS publications and blog sites.  He gave HIStalk readers the earliest warning about the Cerner/Siemens deal, and will share his insights and prognostications of what it means to Siemens’ clients.