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WTN interview: Dr. Jeffrey Grossman, CEO UW Medical Foundation

e the barriers to adoption of information technology to medicine today?

Grossman: There are a bunch of barriers; one of those is the embedded barrier to change in any organization or industry. That is the sense that you are doing well enough right now, and a resistance to change things in an incremental way, for fear of destabilizing what is already going reasonable well.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 06/16/04


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