Conclusion The conclusion will give the summary of the research and important findings concerning the investigated issues. Literature Review Fichman, R. G., Kohli, R., & Krishnan, R. (Eds.). (2011). Editorial overview—the role of information systems in healthcare: current research and future trends. Information Systems Research , 22 (3), 419-428. The authors acknowledge that information systems have a great potential to reduce the costs that are related to healthcare and improve the outcomes. The article therefore explores the roles that information system plays in the delivery of quality healthcare in the diverse regulatory and organizational settings. The article identifies six theoretically distinctive elements of health context that can benefit from successful implementation of information systems. Peppard, J., & Ward, J. (2016). The strategic management of information systems: Building a digital strategy . John Wiley & Sons.
OUTLINE AND ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 5 The authors acknowledge that information technology is one of the major forces that are impacting all organizations today, including the health care industry. Healthcare organizations are harnessing information in novel ways to make sure that they offer quality. This book discusses the ways that a health care organization can leverage information systems successfully. Avison, D., Jones, J., Powell, P., & Wilson, D. (2004). Using and validating the strategic alignment model. The Journal of Strategic Information Systems , 13 (3), 223-246. Avison, Jones, Powell and Wilson (2004) argue that firms do not have the capability to be competitive if they do not have a strategic plan that aligns the firm’s information technology strategies to its business. The authors claim that the importance of strategic alignment has been cited numerous times and it is a major concern for organizations. Strategic alignment between the information technology components and a business leads to an organization achieving greater profitability through maximization of return and information technology investment. The failure
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