Laura Joszt, MA

Laura is the vice president of content of Managed Healthcare Executive® (MHE) and all its brands, including Formulary Watch and Chief Healthcare Executive. She has been working on MHE since 2019 and has been with MHE's parent company, MJH Life Sciences®, since 2011. She has an MA in business and economic reporting from New York University.

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Jim Adams Discusses Using Big Data Successfully to Care for Patients

November 11, 2021

Gathering and having access to an enormous amount of data isn’t the most important thing; using that data at the time of need to influence care choices is crucial, said Jim Adams, chief innovation officer, AllianceRx Walgreens Prime.

Cybersecurity Precautions Protect Patient Data and Care Delivery

November 09, 2021

On this week's episode of Data Book, Jesse Fasolo, director of technology, infrastructure, and cybersecurity at St. Joseph’s Health, discusses cybersecurity for hospitals and health systems, the biggest threats and points of vulnerability, how attackers are evolving, how to respond when there is a breach and more.

George Van Antwerp on Understanding the Right Data to Address Health Disparities

November 04, 2021

Using and analyzing data for some subpopulations is still in the early stages and there remain a lot of questions around what is the right data to collect, said George Van Antwerp, MBA, managing director, Deloitte Consulting.

Big Health Is De-Stigmatizing Mental Health and Providing Broad Access With Digital Therapeutics

November 02, 2021

On this week's episode of Data Book, Charlotte Lee, MBChB, of Big Health, a digital therapeutics company, discusses digital therapeutic options for anxiety and insomnia, the importance of improved access to mental health care, reducing perceived stigma for mental health care and more.

Technology Expert Jesse Fasolo Highlights Cybersecurity Threats to Healthcare

October 30, 2021

Information security is changing so fast, healthcare systems need to work on shorter strategies so they can pivot to what’s current, said Jesse Fasolo, PhD student, director, technology infrastructure & cybersecurity, information security officer, St. Joseph's Health.

Dr. Leslie Kantor Examines the Potential “Twindemic” Impact on Health Systems

October 27, 2021

The possibility of hospitals and health systems being hit by both COVID-19 and flu hospitalizations makes it crucial people get vaccinated against both, said Leslie Kantor, PhD, MPH, chair and professor of the Department of Urban-Global Public Health, Rutgers School of Public Health.