Organizational Vision and Strategic Directions

  • Donald J. Jansen
  • David G. Whitten
  • Robert W. Rebar
  • Donald C. Harrison
  • Reed M. Gardner
  • T. Allan Pryor
  • Larry D. Grandia
Part of the Computers in Health Care book series (HI)

Abstract

In the past, the management of technology resources provoked organizational debate and discussion. Yet in a surprising number of cases there was little or no integration or coordination of the informatics strategies with the overall organizational strategies. The informatics strategies—if explicitly defined at all—were set in a kind of organizational vacuum, resulting in considerable suboptimization. Today’s focus is the management of integrated technologies throughout the organization as a source of sustainable competitive advantage. How, then, does an organization determine its strategic technological direction to further that quest?

Keywords

Task Force Chief Executive Officer Medical Informatics Physician Billing Site Inspection 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • Donald J. Jansen
  • David G. Whitten
  • Robert W. Rebar
  • Donald C. Harrison
  • Reed M. Gardner
  • T. Allan Pryor
  • Larry D. Grandia

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