JHIM Volume 17, Number 2: Managing Technology

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Volume 17, Number 2: Spring 2003

Table of Contents

Focus: Managing Technology

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION: Managing Technology: A Distracting but Necessary Evil
Richard D. Lang, EdD

Focus: Managing Technology

Managing Technology in a Physician-Led Organization
Kenneth G. Bobis, PhD, and John Camoriano, MD

Data Storage for Managing the Health Enterprise and Achieving Business Continuity
Sam Hinegardner

Managing Technology in a Complex Healthcare Delivery System
C. Martin Harris, MD, MBA; Jon Burns; Tom Gregorich, MBA; Greg Kall; Pamela M. Piar, CPHIMS; Holly D. Miller, MD, MBA; Jonathan L. Schaffer, MD, MBA

Springhill Medical Center Finds IT Outsourcing Formula
Randy Sucher


Prenatal Care: A Strategic First Step Toward EMR Acceptance
Donald W. Miller, Jr., MD, FACOG

Assessing Web Site Usability: Construction Zone
Randy Clark, PhD; Jennifer Williams, DBA; Jeff Clark, PhD; and Carol Clark, PhD


LEADERSHIP: Next Steps in Technology Management: Back to the Basics for Clinical Transformation
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

LEADERSHIP: eGO:A CIO's Reflection on Tacit Motivation
Dennis P. L'Heureux, MS, CPHIMS, FHIMSS

LEGAL: Negotiating Effective Service Level Agreements
Diana J.P. McKenzie and Benjamin D.Kern

GOVERNMENT/REGULATION: Government and Industry Must Work Together to Manage Health Information Technology
David W. Roberts, MPA, FHIMSS

THE PHYSICIAN PERSPECTIVE: Life After Go-Live Part 1:'So Good It's Bad' Information Management
Eric Rose, MD

LEADERSHIP: Effectiveness, Efficiency, and the Value of IT
James B. Martin, PhD

INDUSTRY LEADERS: An Interview with Daou Inc.
Chief Executive Officer Dan Malcolm