We Need To Do Better

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

One month ago today, I lost my older brother Pat to cancer. He wasn’t just my brother. He was a great friend, a role model, and the Godfather to my daughter. He touched so many lives, as was evident by the crowds of people who came to pay their respects and the many who have […]

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Thinking Outside Of The Boxed Dinner

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“Do you want oatmeal or toast with peanut butter?” “Macaroni and cheese,” said my precocious 2-year-old daughter Scarlett (who actually pronounces it, ‘wacaroni’). “Not for breakfast,” I replied through gritted teeth. “You can have oatmeal or toast.” After a long standoff, during which our eyes remained locked, she finally acquiesced, agreeing to have toast. It […]

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This One Means A Little More

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

During the past year, something very cool has happened at healthsystemCIO.com. Our webinars have taken on a life of their own. What started as a once-in-a-while offering has become a driving force for our publication and — at least we hope — a valuable educational tool for our audience. We’ve had some of the most […]

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Throwing Out The Red Card

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“For us talking about winning a World Cup… it’s just not realistic.” It was the comment heard round the world. In a recent interview, Jürgen Klinsmann, the German-born coach of the US men’s soccer team, seemed to be completely discounting his team’s chance of capturing the World Cup before the tournament even started. It flew […]

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An Olympic-Sized Problem

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

I enjoy watching the Olympics; I always have. It’s a chance to view sports that aren’t usually televised (or if they are, I’m not watching), share the joy and pain of athletes who have trained their entire lives for one single moment, and of course, to root for the US of A. But if you […]

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