Making Information Technology Work: Maximizing the Benefits for Health Care Organizations

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Health Forum, 2007 - Business & Economics - 250 pages
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A book for senior executives, managers and clinicians that covers the ?before, during and after? stages of a health care information technology (IT) project and provides guidance on how projects can be successfully managed. It shows readers how to assess IT project value before approval, monitor whether projects are on-time and ?on-budget, and measure performance after implementation. Case studies and effective project management tools and techniques help readers maximize project benefits. Kropf and Scalzi take a three-part approach that makes it easy for non-IT executives and managers to assess a project's development from start to finish.

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Figure CS11 Contents of a Project Scope Document
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Estimating Benefits and Making the Business
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Roger Kropf, PhD, is a professor in the Health Policy and Management Program at New York University's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service Guy Scalzi, MBA, is executive vice president of Veloz Global Solutions. From 2000 to 2005, he was senior vice president and managing director of First Consulting Group's Management Services business

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