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Technical Infrastructure: Power for the Enterprise

  • David Dimond
  • Michael Gorsage
  • Joseph Casper
  • Judith V. Douglas
Part of the Health Informatics book series (HI)

Abstract

The evolution of the healthcare marketplace imposes new demands on the use of information technology. Strategies for process redesign and operational ef­fectiveness hold the key to surviving and gaining competitive advantage. The un­derlying information technology architecture-the technical infrastructure-must be flexible enough to adapt to the changing demands of the healthcare industry and structured to be both cost effective and manageable.

Keywords

Network Design Technical Infrastructure Healthcare Enterprise Varied Lifespan Network Electronic 
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Reference

  1. Strassmann P.A. 1997.The Squandered Computer: Evaluating the Business Alignment of Information Technologies.New Canaan Conn.: Information Economics Press.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1999

Authors and Affiliations

  • David Dimond
  • Michael Gorsage
  • Joseph Casper
  • Judith V. Douglas

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