Jonathan D. Gold

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No unified, functioning system currently exists for the exchange of comprehensive health-care information across the wide spectrum of health-care networks. Regional health information organizations (RHIOs) and a national health information network (NHIN) have been proposed as vital building blocks in providing such a system, but these face many challenges,(More)
In 2002, $22.4 billion were spent on hospital construction in the US. With lifetimes for new buildings expected to be decades, planning a building's information technology infrastructure must take into account present and future needs. Workflow measurement and the definition of problem domain have been advanced as essential tools in addressing current(More)
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