Healthcare leaders should rethink their organizations’ approaches to managing the change associated with implementation of electronic health records to gain greater value from these systems. After exploring the concept for more than a decade, research has shown that IT alone does not drive ROI. Health systems and physician groups that implement EHRs and wait for the promised returns will be disappointed. Facing dramatic changes to the healthcare industry such as consolidation, clinical integration, and population health management, we need to accelerate the ROI of EHRs, and clearly, that means rethinking the way we define, plan for, and manage the change associated with these advanced IT systems. We should start by recognizing that the value of IT is reflected in the ratio between the total IT and business investment and the degree of change in business and clinical outcomes that is realized from that investment. Click here to read the full article.
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