What happens when healthcare and technology converge? Mary Desmarais, the dynamic CTO of NCH’s health care system, unveils the transformation. Her journey is as inspiring as it is intriguing. Mary takes us through her transition from the corporate world into the healthcare IT industry, thriving in a male-dominated field. Be prepared to be swept off your feet as she shares her advice for those looking to make a similar shift – embracing risks, venturing into unknown territories, and grabbing every opportunity with open arms.

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Mary Desmarais

CTO NCH Healthcare

Step into the realm of resolution as I, Grant McGaughan, engage with Mary Desmarais, whose extensive expertise as CTO NCH Healthcare brings new light to the complex interactions within community crises.

Topping it all, we dive into the crucial role of technology in disaster recovery. Using her experience with Hurricane Ian as a case study, Mary underlines the importance of preparedness and real-time data’s role in it. As we conclude, we reflect on the potential of technology in bridging the gap between the healthcare industry and the public. Join us for this compelling conversation with Mary Desmarais and discover the incredible convergence of healthcare and technology.


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