Best Practices in Health Information Technology Implementation

February 23, 12:00pm, EST - 1:30pm, EST

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Best Practices in HIT

Karim Keshavjee
CEO, InfoClin; Medical Director, Aerus Technologies; Adjunct Professor, University of Toronto, Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Victoria

Although health technology implementations have come a long way in the last decade, the risk of partial success and having a 'zombie' project is still high. Given the extensive investments made in health technologies and the high hopes for their effectiveness for health provider productivity and patient safety, best practices in health technology implementation are still topical.

Learn about best practices in HIT implementation from a systematic review of the literature with high quality statistical analysis of the findings. The published paper has received over 4000 reads on ResearchGate, a social media site for researchers. Come learn what everyone is so excited about.