Anthony J (Tony) Schueth is a columnist for HealthTechZone. A 24-year healthcare veteran, Mr. Schueth has spent the last 19 years working to bring information to stakeholders in the point-of-care.
He is considered an expert in health information technology (HIT), in general, and one of the nation’s foremost experts in electronic prescribing, in particular. Within HIT, he follows and writes about infrastructure for accountable care organizations, patient-centered medical and pharmacy homes, health information exchanges (HIEs), medication adherence, medication reconciliation, electronic health records, mobile health, care communications, patient engagement and telehealth.
He currently serves as editor-in-chief of HIT Perspectives, a newsletter dedicated to more than 1,500 health information technology executives and Perspectives in HIT, a blog with a similar audience. Both publications aspire to analyze the impact of newsworthy HIT-related events to key stakeholders.
He has a Master of Science in integrated marketing communications from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana.