Recognizing that resistance to change is the primary obstacle in
implementing necessary upgrades, this book examines the changes
that must occur in a medical practice in order to successfully
implement healthcare information technology, specifically an
electronic health record (E.H.R.). It presents the needs for change
and the difficulties in accomplishing change, and offers
possibilities and techniques to address those difficulties. It
addresses the concept of a change manager, the issues in changing
the minds of those involved, as well as changing the practice
habits of physicians, and how adjusting to a new technology can
impact daily operations.
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