JHIM Volume 19, Number 1: Organizational Improvement / Project Management

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Volume 19, Number 1: Winter 2005

Table of Contents

Focus: Organizational Improvement / Project Management

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION: IT Project Management in Healthcare: Improving the Odds for Success
Richard D. Lang, EdD

THE H.I.T. FUTURIST: Starting From Scratch: The Need for Fresh Perspectives and New Skills
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

PHYSICIAN'S PERSPECTIVE: The Tipping Point Tango or, It Takes More Than Two to Do This Tango
William F. Bria, MD

LEGAL PERSPECTIVE: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Software Escrow Agreements-and Then Some!
Karen J. O'Connor, FHIMSS

TECHNOLOGY: IT Solutions for Big Pharma's Big Headache
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

LEADERSHIP: Got Governance? If a Complex Combined Academic and Community Hospital-Based Health System Can Do It, So Can Your Institution
Edward Marx and Chris Harris

Focus: Organizational Improvement / Project Management

Successful Healthcare Programs and Projects: Organization Portfolio Management Essentials
Scott Pickens and Jamie Solak

The Standing Operational Implementation Team-Playing a Vital Role in Successful Project Completion, Implementationof Operational Initiatives, and Process Improvement
Fran Morrison, RHIA, MBA

Healthcare Technology Project Ownership
Celwyn C. Evans

Lean Sigma-Will It Work for Healthcare?
James A. Bahensky, MS, Janet Roe, and Romy Bolton

Features

Facilitating Applied Information Technology Research
John P. Glaser, PhD

Benefits Planning for Advanced Clinical Information Systems Implementation at Allina Hospitals and Clinics
Douglas Ivan Thompson, MBA, Sharon Henry, RN, Linda Lockwood, RN, MBA, Brian Anderson, MD, and Susan Atkinson, RN, MBA

Characteristics of Hospitals That Outsource Information System Functions
Nir Menachemi, PhD, MPH, Darrell Burke, PhD, Mark Diana, MBA, MSIS, and Robert Brooks, MD

You've Led the Horse to Water, Now How Do You Get Him to Drink: Managing Change and Increasing Utilization of Computerized Provider Order Entry
Donald Levick, MD, MBA, Harry F. Lukens, and Paula L. Stillman, MD, MBA