Choosing the Right IT Projects to Deliver Strategic Value
February 22, 2017 — 04:00PM EST - 05:00PM EST
Orange County Convention Center
Creating a cogent information technology (IT) governance structure that delivers value is a difficult challenge for many healthcare organizations. Different departments often have different IT agendas and disparate funding streams. These realities can lead to a scattershot approach to IT. In this presentation, you’ll hear from representatives of two HIMSS Davies winners — University of Missouri Health Care in Columbia, Mo., and Truman Medical Centers (TMC), in Kansas City, Mo. — about how they have solved these and other thorny governance issues. The speakers will explain how they have fostered winning project governance strategies and will detail how they vet projects to make sure they align with strategic objectives and deliver tangible value and results.
Assess the importance and possible outcomes from having a strong IT governance structure
Identify the essential steps to develop a defined IT governance process
Analyze the value in early due diligence and post-implementation reporting