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Siemens health services president calls IT benefits unassailable

Editor's note: Janet Dillione is president of the health services division of Siemens Medical Solutions, one of the world's largest medical technology companies. She has something in common with Donna Sollenberger, CEO of University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics - both recently were named among the To......

Full article >>> illione: I think that providing a full solution, which includes these types of services, is important for any of what I would call the big players. I don't know that it's a differentiator as much as an entry requirement, so to speak, because these are tremendously complex projects. Time and time again, the change-management component has proven to be, and I would also say the governance model ......

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Dillione: On the first one, I would say it's the lack of data standards. So each time you do one, you're almost doing a custom implementation. You spend an enormous amount of energy just cross walking data between the trading partners, so I think that's the first thing I would have said. I don't think that the technology, itself, is as sign......

Full article >>> here we're left with dealing with the perception.

WTN: Is a national, or even a regional patient data exchange system really achievable, or should we be content to accommodate patient data exchange within communities or within states?

Dillione: The first thing to recognize is that most healthcare in the U.S. happens within 20 miles of someone's home, and that's the......

Full article >>> gy a benefit to both. Locally, payers and providers have found ways to do it and will continue to look for those ways. Whether or not it's something that we could say nationally that all payers must or all providers must, I think that will probably prove to be a little more problematic.

WTN: We're several years into looking at health IT as one of the answers to reducing medical er......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 05/14/07


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