Health Informatics and Organizational Change
The healthcare profession as a whole is undergoing rapid changes with technology, politics, economics, and demographics all either forcing or enabling these changes. Change is a constant reality in both our personal and private lives. Our children grow up today taking for granted such things as powerful personal computers that we could not even envision at their ages. Our societies, our professions, and our daily work lives are changing. Moreover, this pace of change appears to be accelerating, not slowing down.
KeywordsChange Process Organizational Change Change Management Informatics System Senior Leader
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