The Challenge Continues

  • Jan H. van Bemmel
Part of the Computers in Health Care book series (HI)


We ain’t seen nothing yet! The pace of change in health care—both technical and nontechnical—is going to continue to escalate, and organizations will continue to search for strategies and formulas to successfully manage all this change. Organizations, as well as society in general, will increasingly need people that understand complex systems and the strategies for managing in an ever-changing world. Moreover, these people are needed right now!


Primary Care Venture Capital Medical Faculty Medical Informatics Primary Care System 
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