While all organizations have mission statements and basic objectives, the ability to morph those on the fly can be key to success or failure. Of course, it’s better when the organization itself determines the changes, and they’re not imposed from outside. That’s because outside entities can, of course, change their minds. I felt that way after listening to the latest meeting of the Health IT Policy Committee, the group that’s mandated to advise the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT on the definition of what constitutes the “meaningful use” of electronic medical records … Read the rest of this column at Information Week.
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