IT Governance Governance, Generally Speaking Governance is a term sometimes used to generally the executive decision-making process in and organization.  For example, "We have a great governance process. The executive leadership committee meets every month to review new project requests."  Health IT Governance lags behind other industries, therefore this general idea of governance may be
Learning Objective Describe the IT considerations for evidence-based medicine and clinical practice guidelines Describe the IT considerations for value-based payment models in medicine Describe the IT considerations for care coordination and PCMH Evidence Based Care Evidence Based Medicine is not exactly like this When making medical decisions, good doctors rely on both their own clinical
Customer service is such an integral part of Health IT’s culture and function, the obvious is often unsaid: Health IT is truly a customer service affair. Health IT vendors must keep providers happy.  The IS Service function within a healthcare organization, -whether it is a  small provider practice or national chain, must also keep providers
Healthcare IT implementation activities are typically grouped into two timeframes divided by the 'switch': the 1) Pre-implementation Phase and 2) Implementation Phase During the Pre-implementation Phase, you: Establish a governance process and a project plan Communicate Analyze and Redesign workflows Provide education and training During the Implementation Phase, you: Configure the system to meet your
Although we call this stage "Systems Analysis and Design", sometimes it feels like 'Systems Analysis, Select & Purchase', or more appropriately 'Organization Analysis, Select the Best System, & then Purchase'.   Even still, if you do software development or heavy configuration changes in your organization, "Systems Analysis and Design" still fits. [thim-heading main_title="Where Did the Designers