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Information management in hospitals is a complex task. In order to reduce complexity, we distinguish strategic, tactical, and operational information management. This is essential, because each of these information management levels views hospital information systems from different perspectives, and therefore uses other methods and tools. Since all these… (More)
Information management in hospitals requires a strategic plan that gives directives for the construction and development of a hospital information system. The paper describes the purpose and a suggested structure for those strategic plans. This structure is a central component for a guideline that may be used for creating and updating strategic plans.