Application Portfolio Management in Hospitals: Empirical Insights

  title={Application Portfolio Management in Hospitals: Empirical Insights},
  author={Joey van Angeren and Vincent Blijleven and Ronald Batenburg},
  journal={Int. J. Heal. Inf. Syst. Informatics},
Application portfolio management concerns the management of all technology and applications, and is a complex task under pressure of increasing collaboration among hospitals. Various approaches to application portfolio management are described in existing literature, but are directed at commercial enterprises rather than health care organizations. Addressing this deficiency, this article presents the results of three case studies conducted at Dutch hospitals surveying current application… 
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