StatCom contributor in new book published by the Center for Health Transformation, Paper Kills 2.0, the powerful sequel to the award-winning Paper Kills.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 24, 2010 -- StatCom (http://www.statcom.com/) announces its contribution in the publication of Paper Kills 2.0: How Health IT Can Help Save Your Life and Your Money, the timely, powerful sequel to the award-winning book, Paper Kills. Newt Gingrich, Tom Daschle, and national industry leaders explore the leading information technologies that can and will transform our health system. StatCom, a leading innovator in helping hospitals achieve peak performance, contributed a chapter on adaptive technology in the new book which is being launched today.
Ben Sawyer, executive vice president, StatCom, and Jim Rosenblum, MS, CPHIMS, EVP, products and CTO, co-authored the chapter: “Adaptive Information Technology: Driving Hospital Quality and Efficiency through Process Improvement,” which focuses on how hospitals can use innovative and proven process initiatives to transform their operations to achieve peak performance.
“We were honored to participate in the development of content for Paper Kills 2.0,” said Ben Sawyer, executive vice president, StatCom. “It’s time for process initiatives in healthcare to achieve the same level of respect and impact it has afforded other industries. However, like other industries it must be adapted and customized to the unique and ever-changing environment of the hospitals that can benefit from it.”
Hospitals are too complicated for human effort alone to sustain improvements. If they continue their current efforts to optimize patient throughput without the foundation of an adaptive technology, they will continue to encounter the same frustration
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