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Information Systems Strategy and Administration 

Information Systems Strategy and Administration
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Information Systems Strategy and Administration
Author(s):

Jeffrey G. Frieling

, Karl E. Misulis

, and Mark E. Frisse

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780190855574.003.0012
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date: 12 April 2021

Clinical information systems are vital tools to execute on organizational strategy. Clinical information systems support clinical activities that reflect the values and priorities of an organization. An information system’s strategic plan must therefore align with the strategy and operations of the larger organization. Governance of information systems requires coordinated work by experienced professionals. Effective governance and administration are essential. Strategic planning is performed at many levels; those of principal concern here are those of the healthcare enterprise and the information systems division. Strategic planning extends beyond the enterprise. The strategic plan and goals of the clinical information systems should be reviewed periodically.

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