CIO Stories, II The Jewish Home and Hospital Lifecare System, NYC: Paving the Way for Long-Term Care

  • Kristine M. Cerchiara
  • Nancy Stoddard
Part of the Health Informatics Series book series (HI)

Abstract

The long-term healthcare industry has been slow to recognize clinical systems as a strategic tool and information as a corporate asset. As a leader in the long-term care environment, the Jewish Home & Hospital (JHH) Lifecare System pursued an information systems strategy unlike that of most other long-term care organizations.

Keywords

Nursing Leadership Pilot Unit Nursing Shortage Medical Record Management Resident Assessment Protocol 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kristine M. Cerchiara
  • Nancy Stoddard

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