Diana J. P. McKenzie Press Quotes

  • Risk and Reward in the Cloud, quoted in Healthcare-Informatics.com (May 2012).
  • Negotiating Maximum Cloud Uptime From Service Providers, quoted in SearchHealthIT.com (September 2011).
  • Health Care Cloud Offers Some Risks, Endless Possibilities, quoted in SearchHealthIT.com (June 2011).
  • When Negotiating Health IT Contracts, Try to Get Extra Warranties, quoted in SearchHealthIT.com (February 2011).
  • Good Practice: Outsourcing Health IT Can Save You Headaches, Not Money, quoted in CMIO (September 2010).
  • Site Helps Match Female Volunteers, Nonprofits, quoted in Island Packet (January 2010).
  • Guide to a Perfect Offshore Outsourcing Vendor Deal, quoted in Computerworld (May 2009).
  • Q&A: Contract attorney offers tips in anticipation of IBM-Sun merger, quoted in Computerworld (March 2009).
  • Match Game: Linking nonprofits, skilled female volunteers, quoted in Chicago Sun Times (February 2009).
  • Contract Heaven, quoted in Health Executive (June 2007).
  • Keeping Secrets in a WikiBlogTubeSpace World, quoted in Computerworld (March 2007).
  • Legal Experts to Steve Jobs: iPhone Your Lawyers, quoted in Computerworld (January 2007).
  • Conducting Negotiations – 8 Things You Need to See in an IT Contract, quoted in Radiology Today (November 2006).
  • The Devil in the Details – Navigating the Red Flags and Deal Breakers that Impede a Win-Win IT Contract, quoted in For the Record (August 2006).
  • Prenuptials for Offshoring, quoted in Computerworld (January 2006).
  • Data Scandal – Do You know How to Respond to the Inevitable Security Breach? You’d better, quoted in Computerworld (October 2005).
  • Orchestrating A Successful RFP, quoted in Counsel to Counsel (September 2005).
  • Sarbanes – Oxley Trumps IM at Some Firms, quoted in Computerworld (August 2005).
  • Blogged Down, quoted in Plansponor.com (May 2005).
  • Offshore Outsourcing Poses Risks, quoted in Health Data Management (February 1, 2005).
  • Wild Card Contracts, quoted in Computerworld (November 22, 2004).
  • Watch Your Weblog, quoted in Computerworld (November 1, 2004).
  • Digital Images Meet the Law, quoted in Health Imaging IT (September 2004).
  • Technology Practice in the Midwest, quoted in ePrairie.com (January 2004).
  • Killer Clauses, quoted in Computerworld (December 1, 2003).
  • Looming HIPAA Rule Highlights Healthcare Business Associates, quoted in AuntMinnie.com (February 2003).
  • Electronic Contracting, quoted in Electronic Commerce & Law Report (November 27, 2002).
  • IDX-Epic Legal Battle: In Its Wake, How Does a Hospital Convey Its IT Needs to Vendors?, quoted in Inside Healthcare Computing (October 28, 2002).
  • Acts of God and Vendors, quoted in Computerworld (September 9, 2002).
  • Top-Flight Legal Group Weighs HIPAA Issues Giving Hospitals Most Headaches, quoted in AHA News (June 2002).
  • Healthcare Technology Survey Suggests Growth Potential for Hospital Outsourcing and Uneven HIPAA Compliance Efforts, quoted in Internet Wire (May 2002).
  • Some Vendors Resist Business Associate Rules, quoted in Inside Healthcare Computing (April 2002).
  • Varying Strategies Used to Prepare for ID Rules, quoted in Health Data Management (February, 2002).
  • Business Associates Pacts can be Stricter than HIPAA Minimum, quoted in Inside Healthcare Computing (January 7, 2002).
  • HIPAA Business Associate Rules Leave a Lot to Negotiate, quoted in Inside Healthcare Computing (December 10, 2001).
  • Comdisco Shines as Disaster Recovery Takes Center Stage, quoted in ePrairie (September 17, 2001).
  • Act Now on Anti-Spam, quoted in BtoB (June 25, 2001).
  • Legislators Looking Out for Privacy: Anti-spam Bills Leave Congress Questioning When to Opt in, quoted in BtoB (June 11, 2001).
  • Attorney: Try to Beat “Cybersquatters” to the Punch, quoted in Health Data Management (April 2001).
  • Technology and Medical Marketing: Risky Business?, quoted in Business Wire (November 17, 2000).
  • Tech Warranties May Guarantee Little, quoted in American Medical News (September 25, 2000).
  • When It Comes to HIPAA, Procrastination is Dangerous, quoted in Health Data Management (June 1, 2000).
  • Diverse Programs Await Attendees, quoted in Illinois State Bar Association News (March 1, 2000).
  • Drug Companies Use IT to Cure What Ails Them, quoted in Information Week (September 27, 1999).
  • Legalities of Y2K: You Must Test Your Systems, quoted in Inside Healthcare Computing (April 19, 1999).
  • What to Say About Y2K, quoted in Computerworld (January 11, 1999).
  • HIPAA Security Rules–Too Heavy-Handed? A View from the Other Side, quoted in Inside Healthcare Computing (January l1, 1999).
  • Legal Issues: Keeping the Lawsuits at Bay, quoted in CIO (Y2K Special Issue) (December 1, 1998).
  • Year 2000: Are You Ready?, quoted in PA Today (October 12, 1998).
  • Health Care Careers | Y2K Stat, quoted in Computerworld (October 7, 1998).
  • Year 2000: Are You Ready?, quoted in For the Record (October 5, 1998).
  • Can Chief Security Officers Protect Data from Prying Eyes?, quoted in Health Data Management (October 1, 1998).
  • Millennium Bug Makes Hospitals Queasy, Too, quoted in Miami Herald (September 28, 1998).
  • Year 2000 Planning Woeful, Multiple Studies Conclude, quoted in Health Data Management (September 15, 1998).
  • Survey Finds Hospitals are Vulnerable to Problems from Technical Advances, quoted in Hospital Payment & Information Management (September 1, 1998).
  • How To Handle a Subpoena of IS Staff or Medical Records, quoted in Inside Healthcare Computing (August 17, 1998).
  • National Healthcare Survey Exposes Year 2000 Vulnerabilities, quoted in For the Record (July 27, 1998).
  • Survey Spotlights Data Security Concerns, quoted in Health Data Management (July 1, 1998).
  • One Out of Three Hospitals are Engaged in Data Mining, quoted in Privacy Journal (July 1, 1998).
  • Beware the Millennium, quoted in Hospital Payment Information Management (June 1998).
  • Tons of Queries Come with Code, quoted in Computerworld (June 22, 1998).
  • If Hospitals do Data Mining, they Must Protect Patients, quoted in American Medical News (June 22, 1998).
  • On the Pulse: Trends & Surveys in the Healthcare Industry, quoted in Healthcare PR & Marketing News (June 11, 1998).
  • Survey of Data Mining In Health Care Industry Raises Privacy Questions, quoted in Data Mining News (June 8, 1998).
  • Beef up your E-Mail; Web Policies. Can a Children’s Hospital Fire a Worker who Downloads Porn on the Job?, quoted in Inside Healthcare Computing (June 6, 1998).
  • National Scans. Hospital Survey Raises Year 2000 Vulnerabilities, quoted in AHA News (June 1, 1998).
  • National Survey Exposes Year 2000 Vulnerabilities, quoted in Business Wire (May 26, 1998).
  • Here Come the Lawyers!, quoted in Computerworld (May 25, 1998).
  • Thousands Gather to Discuss Managed Care, quoted in Advance for Health Information Professionals (May 4, 1998).
  • Year 2000 Challenge: Keeping the Lawsuits at Bay, quoted in CIO (May 1, 1998).
  • Will the Chain Be Unbroken?, quoted in Computerworld (March 9, 1998).
  • School District Staff Loses Online Access Over Porn Sites, quoted in Los Angeles Times (December 9, 1997).
  • The Year 2000 Challenge, quoted in CIO (December 1, 1997).
  • Access to Electronic Records, live interview by the Harvard Risk Management Foundation’s Resource tape series (November 1997).
  • Medical Records Recommendations Critiqued, quoted in AHA News (September 22, 1997).
  • Protecting Patient Privacy in a Computerized World, quoted in Net Discovery: A Journal of Discovery Online (A supplement to Physician’s Practice Digest) (September 1, 1997).
  • Examining the Future, quoted in Computerworld Healthcare Journal (August 1, 1997).
  • Health Care Industry Remains Far from Y2K Cure, quoted in Information Technology Association of America’s Year 2000 Outlook (July 18, 1997).
  • Managed Share Networks, quoted in CIO (June 15, 1997).
  • Computerworld Index, quoted in Computerworld (April 28, 1997).
  • Third Annual Healthcare Technology Survey, quoted in Medical Benefits (April 15, 1997).
  • Hospitals are not Addressing Year 2000 Issue, Survey Finds, quoted in Health Data Management (April 1997).
  • Words and Deeds, quoted in Health Management Technology (April 1997).
  • It’s Almost Midnight: Do You Know Where Your Computer Is?, quoted in Materials Management in Healthcare (April 1, 1997).
  • Many Hospitals Put Off Year 2000 Preparations, quoted in Inside Healthcare Computing (March 31, 1997).
  • Survey: Hospitals Are Unprepared for Year 2000, quoted in Health Data Network News (March 20, 1997).
  • Millennium-Unready: Survey Finds Majority of Hospitals Haven’t Begun to Fix 2000-Related Computer Flaws, quoted in Modern Healthcare (March 10, 1997).
  • Survey Finds Most US Hospitals Aren’t Prepared for Millennium Bug, quoted in EDP Weekly (March 3, 1997).
  • Year 2000 Dilemma a Capitol Idea – Government Contracts to Keep VARs Busy Through Millennium, quoted in Computer Reseller News (March 1997).
  • Anatomy Lessons?, quoted in Crain’s Chicago Business Health Care Fax (February 27, 1997).
  • Web Page = Publishing, quoted in Hispanic Business (December 1996).
  • Addressing Security in the Networking Era, quoted in Health Data Management (November 1, 1996).
  • Lawyers Brace for Countdown and Out to 2000, quoted in The National Law Journal (October 28, 1996).
  • Will Hackers Create CPR Mayhem?, quoted in Healthcare Risk Management (September 1, 1996).
  • Minimizing Legal Liability: The Top 12 Ways to Decrease Legal Risks, quoted in Report on Healthcare Information Management (August 5, 1996).
  • Healthcare Information Networks Implement Stricter Controls, quoted in Information Management (Spring 1996).
  • Survey Says 3 of 5 Hospitals will Belong to CHIN by 1998, quoted in ADVANCE for Health Information Professionals (February 26, 1996).
  • Move to Integrated Delivery Systems Spurs Interest in Data Security, quoted in Inside Healthcare Computing (January 8, 1996).
  • The Medical Records Confidentiality Act of 1995, live nationally broadcasted radio talk show interview on Here’s to your Health (November 26, 1995).
  • Med Records Might Take it on the CHIN, quoted in the Dallas Business Journal (September 29 – October 5, 1995).
  • Hospitals are Lining up to Pilot Test Chicago CHIN, quoted in Report on Healthcare Information Management (July 1995).
  • The Deal’s Signed Between SMS and Metro Chicago CHIN, quoted in Inside Healthcare Computing (July 10, 1995).
  • Health Records Privacy: In Physicians We Trust, quoted in Electronic Health Records Report (January 15, 1995).
  • Aldus Puts Freehand Up For Sale, quoted in Information Week (July 11, 1994).
  • No Guarantee: Minimizing Electronic Security Risks, quoted in For the Record (June 6, 1994).
  • Tips for Added Protection: Study Shows Weaknesses in Computer Records Systems, quoted in Hospital Risk Management (June 1, 1994).