Before any major project can be launched, there are “core fundamental and foundational processes” that need to be established, says CIO Tom Barnett. At URMC, it started with creating an IT Service Management team.
Although Atul Gawande’s recent article brought much-needed notoriety to the topic of EHR usability, it missed the boat when it came to educating the public about the critical role of clinical informatics, says Dirk Stanley.
There’s no way to determine with 100 percent certainty whether a project will succeed, but by asking these seven questions, you’ll have a much clearer idea, says Bill Russell.
The key to changing a culture without disrupting it? It’s all in the approach, says CIO Dan Nash, who talks about the major turnaround that has taken place at Citrus Valley.
Although it’s impossible to determine with completely certainty which projects will fail and which will succeed, there are steps leaders can take to increase the chance of success, says Bill Russell.