JHIM Volume 21, Number 4: Economics of HIT

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Volume 21, Number 4: Fall 2007

Table of Contents

Focus: Economics of HIT

Commentary

Editor's Report: IT and Pay-for-Performance
Richard D. Lang, EdD

The HIT Futurist: The Fourth Factor of Production
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

Legal Perspective: Welcome to the Digital Age
Sharon R. Klein, Esq.

Technology: Enterprise Visibility Puts the Flow Back into Clinical Workflow
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

Money: Good Dollars and Cents
Karen J. O'Connor, FHIMSS

Education: Breaking the Silo
Annette L. Valenta, DrPH; Ian Brooks, PhD; Rose Ann Laureto; and Arkalgud Ramaprasad, PhD

Focus: Economics of HIT

Management Systems: Technology Governance Strategies for Maximizing Healthcare Economic Value
James Langabeer II, FHIMSS; Rigoberto Delgado, MBA; and Osama Mikhail, PhD

EHR Adoption: Economic Externalities of Health Information Technology
Joseph M. Woodside

ROI: Advancing Return on Investment Analysis for Electronic Health Record Investment
Susan Xu

Features

Case Study: Redesigning Care Delivery Through Health IT Implementation-Trinity Health's Approach
Donald K. Crandall, MD; Jane M Brokel, PhD; Tammy Schwichtenberg, RN; Scott Henderson, MD; Randy Haskins; Doug Wakefield, PhD; Marcia Ward, PhD; and Brian E. Dixon, MPA

Case Study: Digital Transformation in Home Care
Sandy Bennis, RN, BSN; Diane Costanzo, RN, MSHA, CMSRN; Ann Marie Flynn, MA, BSN; Agatha Reidy, RN, MSHA; and Catherine Tronni, MBA, RN, C, CPHIMS

Provider Service: Demand Management in Healthcare IT
Gregg Mohrmann, MPA, PMP; Craig Schlusberg; and Roger Kropf, PhD