Mark Gaynor, PhD, MS, ME, MA is an Associate Professor of Health Management, School of Public Health at Saint Louis University. Mark’s PhD in Computer Science is from Harvard University. His research interests include distributed sensor networks for medical applications, innovation with distributed architecture, IT/HealthCare standardization, designing network based health care services, IT for healthcare, interoperability with HIT systems, and emergency medical services. His first book, Network Services Investment Guide: Maximizing ROI in Uncertain Markets, is in press with Wiley (2003).

Recent Posts by Mark Gaynor

Telecommunication Policies May Have Unintended Health Care Consequences

Reverting back to a voluntary approach to NN potentially threatens the well-being of many people, particularly those at risk for health disparities due to low income or rural residency.

It’s Hard To Be Neutral About Network Neutrality For Health

Network Neutrality (NN) has been in the news because the FCC is considering two options related to a neutral Internet: Either regulation forcing NN, or an approach that creates a “fast lane” on the Internet for those content providers that are willing to pay extra for it. Network Neutrality...

August 18, 2014Health IT