|Author:||Robert T. Riley,Nancy M. Lorenzi|
|Title:||Organizational Aspects of Health Informatics: Managing Technological Change (Computers in Health Care)|
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|Publisher:||Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K (December 1994)|
Organizational Aspects of Health Informatics' teaches effective management strategies for preparing health care organizations and their people for technological change as well as strategies for managing the altered organization once the new information systems are in place. From inside the book. Health Care Organizations and Informatics. 1. Organizational Issues.
Managing Technological Change. Nancy M. Lorenzi, Robert T. Riley. Preparing the Organization for Change. Determining the Strategic Direction. Some Critical Issues in Project Planning and Management. Change Management for Successful Implementation. Negotiating the Political Minefields. care hand health health care health informatics management organizations planning stress. Authors and affiliations.
Nancy M. Springer Science & Business Media, 7 сент. ging Technological Change. html?hl ru&id 1-6hrDiAxwEC. The successful implementation of health information systems in complex health care organizations ultimately hinges upon the receptivity and preparedness of the user. Although the Information Age is well underway, user resistance to information systems is still a valid concern facing the informatics community. Setting the Stage Information Systems Change and Healthcare Organizations. 3. Examining Todays Healthcare Environment. 36. Establishing Strategic Issues. 43. Lorenzi (Author), Robert T. Riley (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0387985480. Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase. It has become obvious in recent years that successfully introducing major new systems into complex medical organizations requires an effective blend of good technical and organizational skills. The technically best system may be woefully inadequate if its implementation is resisted by people who have low psychological ownership in that system. On the other hand, people with high ownership can make a technically mediocre system function fairly well
Organizational Aspects of Health Informatics : Managing Technological Change. by Robert T. Riley and Nancy M. Lorenzi.
Organizational Aspects of Health Informatics: Managing Technological Change (Computers in Health Care): ISBN 9783540942269 (978-3-544226-9) Hardcover, Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K, 1994. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Lorenzi at LibraryThing. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
by Nancy M. Part of the Health Informatics series. This book provides effective management strategies to health care administrators, for the productive integration and maintainance of such information systems.