Making a Work Change at Your Institution

Change is a simple process that replaces the old with something new. As simple as change is to define, it is extremely difficult to execute. This is because change occurs within the construct of an established ecosystem that is rooted in how the brain questions and challenges new ideas. Humanity’s evolutionary success has been based on balancing the need for change with prosperity of stability. Yet people are reluctant to leave what they know behind, and with good reason. Our ancestors’ survival was based on the ability to procure food and shelter. Long term endurance often meant developing survival skills, changing habitats, and living off the land.

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Why the Best CIOs May Be Missing the Biggest Revenue Opportunity

The implementation of EHR and ERP are typically among the largest investments healthcare organizations undertake, but they’re often treated as separate projects. In addition to missing a key opportunity for complete integration, separate implementation plans increase inefficiencies and ownership costs...

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Workday and Epic Integration Benefits for Healthcare Organizations

The implementation of EHR and ERP are typically among the largest investments healthcare organizations undertake, but they are often treated as separate projects. In addition to missing a key opportunity for complete integration, separate implementation plans increase inefficiencies and ownership...

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Change is a simple process that replaces the old with something new. As simple as change is to define, it is extremely difficult to execute. This is because change occurs within the construct of an established ecosystem that is rooted in how the brain questions and challenges new ideas. Humanity’s evolutionary success has been based on balancing the need for change with prosperity of stability. Yet people are reluctant to leave what they know behind, and with good reason. Our ancestors’ survival was based on the ability to procure food and shelter. Long term endurance often meant developing survival skills, changing habitats, and living off the land.