● Industry Watch MOBILE OBILE COMP OMPUTING TRENDS Tablet computing goes big time
What do you call a high-def tablet so big that it can become its own table for work and play? A table PC, of course. T at’s what Lenovo unveiled at the huge Inter- national Consumer Electronics
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PC is 27 inches of Windows 8 high-performance desktop computing that demonstrates the growing trend of larger form factors for skinnier PCs that can support multiple users simultaneously. Not big enough for you? A widescreen 39-incher is in the works. See it in action at http://tinyurl.com/aomcyth or go to www. lenovo.com/products/us/desktop/ideacentre/horizon/. 3
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3M took the bigger-is-better computing-size challenge one step further at CES by demonstrating an 84-inch multi-touch display prototype that’s great for a wall or interactive table use. Find out more about 3M Multi- Touch solutions at www.3m.com/multitouch.
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HIMSS13 HIMSS13 Turnbull named CHIME-HIMSS 2012 CIO of the Year
CHIME and HIMSS will recognize James Turnbull, FHIMSS, as the recipient of the 2012 John E. Gall, Jr., CIO of the Year Award. Turnbull is chief information offi cer at University of Utah Health Care (UUHC), the intermoun- tain west’s largest academic healthcare system, located in Salt Lake City. Turnbull will receive the award at the 2013 Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition in New Orleans on March 5, 2013. T e award, sponsored by the College of Healthcare
Information Management Executives (CHIME) and HIMSS, recognizes healthcare IT executives who have made signifi cant contributions to their organization and demonstrated innovative leadership through eff ec- tive use of technology. T e boards of directors for both organizations annually select the recipient of the award, which is named in honor of the late John E. Gall, Jr., who pioneered implementation of the fi rst fully integrated medical information system in the world at California’s El Camino Hospital in the 1960s. Turnbull’s distinguished career in the healthcare industry spans more than 37 years, split between the Canadian and
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American health systems. His accomplishments include the deployment of electronic medi- cal records and installation of CPOE at three diff erent health systems with three different vendor products. Prior to joining UUHC in 2008, he served as senior vice president and CIO at T e Chil- dren’s Hospital in Denver from 2000-2007, and senior vice president and CIO at Sarasota Memorial Hospital from 1993-2000. Turnbull is a former chair of the CHIME Board of
Trustees and a fellow and former president of HIMSS. He is a lifetime honorary member of HIMSS and has been a CHIME member since 1993. His academic background includes a BA in Organizational Psychology, an MBA from the University of Western Ontario and a DHA from the Medical University of South Carolina. Find out more at www.himssconference.org.
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