Bui, Q., Hansen, S., Liu, M., & Tu, Q. (2018). The productivity paradox in health information technology. Communications of the ACM, 61(10), 78–85. A tool is only good if it is used appropriately. This article describes a case study where a healthcare organization implemented an expensive HIT system but, due to its manner of use, had only mixed results afterward.
ClickView/VEA (Producer). (2011). ICT project management [Video]. Films on Demand. 20:36 minutes. This video investigates the use of project management as applied to information and communication technology in app development. Specifics include teamwork, communication, planning, implementing, and evaluation of the finished product.
Glandon, G. L., Smaltz, D. H., & Slovensky, D. J. (2013). Information systems for healthcare management (8th ed.). Health Administration Press. Read Chapter 8: Systems Selection and Contract Management.
Read Chapter 11: HIT Project Portfolio Management.
Read Chapter 12: The Knowledge-Enabled Organization.
Read Chapter 13: HIT Value Analysis.
These chapters describe factors relevant to the selection of a HIT system and the use of data and information via HIT by the healthcare organization.
Ho, J. (2010). Project management in health informatics. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 151, 413–424. The article discusses the generalities of project management from the context of health informatics and HIT.
Wang, T., Wang, Y., & McLeod, A. (2018, March). Do health information technology investments impact hospital financial performance and productivity? International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, 28, 1–13. The article discusses how HIT is applied to and affects hospital finance performance. This is an example of where HIT directly links to an organization-wide function.