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Mary C. Tierney, MS
Vice President & Chief Content Officer, TriMed Media Group
Mary joined TriMed Media in 2002. She was the founding editor and editorial director of Health Imaging, Cardiovascular Business, Molecular Imaging Insight and CMIO, now known as Clinical Innovation + Technology. Prior to TriMed, Mary was the editorial director of HealthTech Publishing Company, where she had worked since 1991. While there, she oversaw four magazines and related online media, and piloted the launch of two magazines and websites. Mary holds a master’s in journalism from Syracuse University. She lives in East Greenwich, R.I., and when not working, she is usually running around after her family, taking photos or cooking.
 - Abiomed San Juan

Topping the list of must haves when rolling out a new complex PCI program are a solid mission to offer leading-edge technology, top-down administrative support, physician and nursing leadership, a quest for quality, and a well-oiled team.

From the Ground Up: Building a Better Interventional Program (Q&A)

San Juan Regional Medical Center's ongoing training and protocols has served the heart team well and their advice is solid for care providers seeking to offer quality care while maintaining a healthy bottom line.


A team looking to increase efficiency in inventory management among VA medical centers has advice for healthcare facilities.

Episode 5: Enhancing Revascularization Outcomes One Patient Transfer at a Time (Q&A)

Learn how to improve and save lives of high-risk and emergent patients in need of revascularization.

 - BUMC Phoenix PCI

To make a difference in people’s lives through excellent patient care is both mission and mantra at Banner Health.

Webinar: Nursing Best Practices: Enabling Success in Protected PCI Patients in Cariogenic Shock (w/Q&A)

Find out what essential roles nurses play in San Juan Regional Medical Center's successful Protected PCI program. 

 - Nurses, San Juan Regional Medical Center

Teamwork, technology and a can-do attitude come together at a rural community hospital in the Southwest, where an Impella program for cardiogenic shock patients has saved many lives in past years.

 - CVIS - Mountain State Health, Tenn.

Mountain States Health Alliance headquartered in Johnson City, Tenn., is one health system leading the charge and reaping the benefits of a more intelligent, decision support-enabled CVIS with a built-in quality control engine that ensures data entered into the report are consistent.

 - Mark Sanz, MD

After pushing for years to build a unified cardiology database powered by structured reporting, several members of the heart team at 237-bed Providence St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, Mont., finally got their moment around six years ago.

 - Ramesh Daggubati, MD

Healthcare today is focused on the Triple Aim: Improving patient quality of care and satisfaction, improving outcomes, while also reducing total cost of care.