David Artz, M.D., CMIO at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan, has been very busy lately working with his colleagues to enable new waves of clinical—and IT—innovation. Indeed, he is helping to support exciting new realms of cancer research—the data from which is becoming bigger and bulkier by the day. The answer? A set of self-developed solutions that is creating a new bridge between research and patient care.

David Artz, M.D., CMIO at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan, has been very busy lately working with his colleagues to enable new waves of clinical—and IT—innovation. Indeed, he is helping to support exciting new realms of cancer research—the data from which is becoming bigger and bulkier by the day. Dr. Artz spoke recently with HCI Editor-in-Chief Mark Hagland about his current work. Below are excerpts from that interview.

What have you and your colleagues been up to lately?

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Source: On the Leading Edge of Cancer Care and IT Development at Memorial Sloan-Kettering