Organizational Change and Technological Innovation

  • John Melvin
  • Michael McLoone
Part of the Computers in Health Care book series (HI)

Abstract

The development of informatics systems, more commonly known as hospital information systems (HIS), is one of the most challenging tasks facing hospitals today. Automated systems affect the daily routines and activities of all hospital staff, including doctors, nurses, paramedical staff, and financial and administrative staff. No group of staff is unaffected. Information technology offers enormous potential at affordable prices. The staggering rate of development means that concepts like the electronic medical record can begin to become a reality today.

Keywords

Information Technology Project Team Chief Executive Officer Hospital Information System Beaumont Hospital 
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Reference

  1. Jacques, E. 1989. Requisite organization: The CEO’s guide to creative structure and leadership. Arlington, Va.: Cason Hall & Co.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1991

Authors and Affiliations

  • John Melvin
  • Michael McLoone

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