It goes without saying that the prime goal of the healthcare industry is to provide care for people and while a good bedside manner is essential, the industry would grind to a halt without technology.
Many small and medium-sized business leaders mistakenly believe that because their organization and technology infrastructure is small, they don’t have the same technology needs as bigger, more complex organizations.
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As a business leader, you know the importance of having your ducks in a row. Planning is essential for your business to succeed.
Every business leader knows the importance of accountability. This is especially true when it comes to budgets. Unexpected expenses can make or break a business and it’s important to have a strategy in place to minimize them.
Whether you are a healthcare professional or manage the IT infrastructure for one, you likely understand the value of technology.
Healthcare organizations are subject to all kinds of regulatory requirements designed to protect private patient information also known as personally identifiable information (PII).
Editor's note: This article was originally published in 2019, but has been updated to include the latest information and trends. Achieving maximum efficiency is an important goal for all IT departments. Unfortunately, many organizations don't reach this goal. According to a survey by Deloitte, only 22 percent of chief information officers agree that they have a high-performing IT culture.