IT Governance in Hospitals and Healthcare Systems

IT Governance

One of our principals wrote the book on IT governance in healthcare organizations.

IT Governance in Hospitals and Healthcare Systems

by Roger Kropft, PhD and Guy Scalzi, MBA

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Without a governance structure, IT at many hospitals and healthcare systems is a haphazard endeavor that typically results in late, over-budget projects and, ultimately, disparate systems. IT Governance in Hospitals and Health Systems offers a practical “how to” in creating an information technology governance process that ensures the IT projects supporting a hospital or health systems’ strategy are completed on-time and on-budget.

The authors define and describe IT governance as it is currently practiced in leading healthcare organizations, providing step-by-step guidance of the process to readers can replicate these best practices at their own hospital or health system. The book provides an overview of what IT governance is and why it is important to healthcare organizations.

In addition, the book examines keys to IT governance success, as well as common mistakes to avoid; governance processes, workflows and project management; and the important roles that staff, a board of directors and committees play. Special features in the book include case studies from hospitals and health systems that have successfully developed an effective IT governance structure for their organization.

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