While just about every healthcare CIO can hit the market and select a core clinical system that’s architecturally sound and fiscally feasible, no one recommends they make such a decision alone. One of the cardinal rules of system selection is to include the clinicians–the ultimate end users of the product. “From the beginning, we decided that the selection was going to be made by our staff and not by our administration,” said Tom Ciccarelli, CIO at East Orange General Hospital in East Orange, N.J., of his recent selection process. Read the rest of this column at Information Week.
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