Technological Capabilities to Assess Digital Excellence in Hospitals in High Performing Health Care Systems: International eDelphi Exercise

@article{Krasuska2020TechnologicalCT,
  title={Technological Capabilities to Assess Digital Excellence in Hospitals in High Performing Health Care Systems: International eDelphi Exercise},
  author={M. Krasuska and Robin Williams and A. Sheikh and B. Franklin and C. Heeney and Wendy Lane and Hajar Mozaffar and Kathy Mason and Sally Eason and S. Hinder and Rachel Dunscombe and H. Potts and K. Cresswell},
  journal={Journal of Medical Internet Research},
  year={2020},
  volume={22}
}
Background Hospitals worldwide are developing ambitious digital transformation programs as part of broader efforts to create digitally advanced health care systems. However, there is as yet no consensus on how best to characterize and assess digital excellence in hospitals. Objective Our aim was to develop an international agreement on a defined set of technological capabilities to assess digital excellence in hospitals. Methods We conducted a two-stage international modified electronic Delphi… Expand
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