Challenge 1 synergy in it enablement with 6 clusters

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Challenge #1: Synergy in IT enablement With 6 Clusters and over 30 institutions and organizations, and with such a fast-paced changing IT landscape within Singapore healthcare, it is imperative that controls exist to; Understand the state of investments within each area Understand the objectives of our Stakeholders regarding IT enablement in health Understand the Work plans for the future
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Challenge #2: Data, Data, Data The main aim is to take, process, display accurately, meaningful data Essential we have a national strategy for the creation, implementation and management of standards in health information exchange Data also includes information which is non-clinical, such as information used to identify people, organizations, locations, departments etc
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Challenge #3: Predictability, Repeatability, Reliability The journey and the results of any delivery are predictable . Understand what challenges we face ahead of, not when, they arrive. Important that when a project is delivered, when a deployment to a hospital is planned, that the results are repeatable , through re-use of product, process, and people, supported by tried and trusted methods Since the overall challenge is about getting benefit to patients and clinicians, the reliability of what we do in Singapore cannot be understated
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[email protected] sari.mckinn[email protected] [email protected] Thank You! And see you in Singapore HIMSS Asia Pac 17-19 September, 2012
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