Leadership’s role in organizational change
Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read Chapters 12 through 14 in the Wager, Lee, & Glaser (2017) text.
Health care leaders understand their role as change managers. Managing organizational change in health information systems initiatives can be very complex and concurrently rewarding, even when carried out strategically. The way in which data is inputted, stored, accessed, and disseminated is essential to quality patient health outcomes, profit margins, standardization, and strategic planning. When a health information system implementation is completed effectively and efficiently, the result is a quality IT project that is not only ready for the next generation but is ready for new technology convergence.
Participate in one of the following discussion subtopics as directed by your instructor on or before Day 3 of the week in a 300-word initial post:
- Justify the importance of enterprise-wide information governance relating to organizational change.
- Evaluate the role of the Project Steering and Review Committees in change management.
- Evaluate some ways in which health care leaders strategically think of IT investments as assets.
Guided Response: Review your peers’ posts and substantively respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts by Day 7. Your three required posts (initial and at least two responses to peers) must be on three different days of the week. A substantive response is a respectful, professional, and unique response that is at least five sentences in length and
- Highlights the key points of what you have learned from your peer’s post.
- Adds to your classmate’s content knowledge by sharing a suggestion or insight that your colleague did not