The Answer, Finally! Where HIT is Going, in 100 Words or Less

June 24, 2011
OK, first the setup: At our HIMSS booth, I asked two of the smartest people I know where HIT was going in the immediate future. Russ Rudish and Paul
OK, first the setup: At our HIMSS booth, I asked two of the smartest people I know where HIT was going in the immediate future. Russ Rudish and Paul Keckley from Deloitte have been around the HIT block, so to speak, and if you don't know them personally you know someone who does. They each grabbed a scrap of paper and drew it out for me. TADA! One drawing is Ed's and one is Russ's (and one is even signed). Let me know if you can look at this and get it. Because it really makes sense. Extra points if you know which of them did which. I love HIMSS.
The "Answer"
The Boys

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