Book Addresses E-Transformation

June 24, 2011
While serious investment in advanced clinical IT will be essential to survival in the future, hospitals, medical groups and health systems will have
While serious investment in advanced clinical IT will be essential to survival in the future, hospitals, medical groups and health systems will have to create greater efficiencies in order to fund their IT investments, argue the authors of a new book “Paradox and Imperatives in Health Care.”

The book looks at the efficiency and quality imperatives facing providers and suggests solutions, both via case studies, and through an analysis in its concluding chapters.

Intelligent, strategic IT investment will certainly be one significant element required of successful organizations in the future, say the authors, Jeffrey Bauer, Ph.D., and Healthcare Informatics Contributing Editor Mark Hagland.

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