Who are we?
Technology for Doctors Online is written and edited by a team of
experienced business and technology journalists,
physicians and healthcare consultants.
over 20 years in professional journalism, Jerry has previously worked as a Globe and Mail
business columnist, features editor of Profit magazine, reporter with Computing Canada and
editor-in-chief of Technology in Government magazine. He organized the launch of Canadian
Healthcare Technology in 1996.
Rosie Lombardi. Over the past 10 years,
Rosie has worked as editor of Risky Business, a PricewaterhouseCoopers
publication, senior writer at ComputerWorld Canada, and freelance writer
for several publications, including CBC Online, Canadian Business, and
Our Editorial Advisory Board:
Alan Brookstone is a family physician in Richmond, B.C., and
is a family physician practicing in Toronto and an influential blogger
on EMR issues.
Karim Keshavjee is a family physician and Associate Member of the
Centre for Evaluation of Medicines.
is chair of the Department of Radiology, McMaster University and
Chief of Diagnostic Imaging at Hamilton Health Sciences.
James Swan is a cardiologist with Rouge Valley Cardiology, a
seven-partner clinic in Scarborough, Ontario.
is a professor of medical informatics
at Dalhousie University in Halifax, N.S.