Adopting Health Information Systems
Understanding health care information systems planning and implementation is an important skill for health care leaders. Technology is advancing and the adoption of information systems in health care has progressed from being just a cool tool to a must have in terms of quality, access, profitability, and competitiveness. It is inevitable that managers and/or leaders will be faced with technology changes and/or upgrades, making the need to understand the basics of health care information system development and the standards required fundamental. Many organizations are opting out of acquiring a new health information system due to the high cost. Meanwhile, other health care organizations face resistance from their employees and other stakeholders when there is new system implementation.
Evaluate at least three of the barriers faced by health care leaders in adopting health information systems and identify how they can be prevented.
AHRQ Health IT. (2014, May 15). Health IT success: Building a foundation for health information exchange to improve poison control (Links to an external site.) [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/lH_i5qRflPM
- This video provides information about success stories in health information technology and will assist you in your Adopting
AHRQ Health IT. (2013, March 22). Health IT success: Electronic standing orders empower staff and improve care (Links to an external site.) [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/MEBPLcIwRoc