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    Accelerating Electronic Medical Record Adoption & Innovation with Targeted IT Capabilities


    Kennelly, Jim and Curley, Martin and Wilson, Ben and Buddrus, Uwe and Porter, Michael and Murnane, Sinéad and McLaughlin, Stephen and Boutemy-Deniau, Marion and Hoyt, John (2014) Accelerating Electronic Medical Record Adoption & Innovation with Targeted IT Capabilities. In: The XXV ISPIM Conference – Innovation for Sustainable Economy & Society, 8-11 June 2014, Dublin.

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    Abstract

    Electronic Medical Record (EMR) adoption can be challenging for many hospitals. To address this challenge - Intel Corporation, HIMSS Analytics USA/Europe and Innovation Value Institute have researched a management approach called Healthcare IT Maturity Model (HIT-MM). This approach better equips a hospital to strategize, implement and run electronic medical record (EMR) and general IT services. It involves the joint tracking of EMR adoption levels and maturity of IT capabilities. This allows a hospital to identify the next step in EMR adoption, together with the necessary IT capabilities to plan, implement and run those EMR services. Results highlight specific IT capabilities are of paramount importance for hospitals to achieve and effectively run higher levels of EMR adoption.

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
    Keywords: Electronic Medical Record; Electronic Health Record; IT Capability; IT Organisational Maturity; Business Value; EHR/EMR; IT Capability Maturity Framework; IT-CMF; EMRAM;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > Research Institutes > Innovation Value Institute, IVI
    Item ID: 10588
    Depositing User: IVI Editor
    Date Deposited: 26 Feb 2019 17:58
    Refereed: Yes
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