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12/5/2013
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HIMSS Rates Hospitals' IT Maturity

In Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's test to score hospitals' adoption and use of IT tools, only about 2% of US hospitals have achieved a top rating.

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LancefreeL028
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1/3/2014 | 12:44:09 PM
Re: Organizational change isn't easy
I agree with you right away. Great minds think alike

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Ellis Booker
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12/6/2013 | 12:07:27 PM
Organizational change isn't easy
In answer to your question about why some hospitals aren't making progress, @David Carr, I'd say the answer is organizational roadblocks, not technology. It's interesting, I think, that Lakeland (a Stage 7 institution) made a point of moving quickly in its EMR adoption, believing that this would contribute to the success of the deployment overall. 

 
David F. Carr
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12/6/2013 | 11:42:11 AM
When progress stalls
Interesting that some hospitals seem not to be making progress, according to HIMSS measures. What do you suppose is holding them back?
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