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eHealthRecord.info Archives April 2006 : 0-0

| Vol. 3 No. 8 April 19, 2006 |

FACTS AND STATS

Nearly three-quarters of healthcare IT executives who responded to the 2006 HIMSS Leadership Survey expect their IS staff to increase in the next year. About one-half of those expected a modest increase of less than 10%.
Specific staffing needs were as follows:

Network support 27%
Clinical informaticists 24%
Process/workflow redesign 24%
Application support 22%
Clinical transformation 19%
Programmers 16%
Systems integration 15%
PC/server support 15%
Clinical champions 15%

Only 2% of the surveyed executives projected a decrease in staffing for IS.
Source: 17th Annual HIMSS Leadership Survey
Date published: 02-06


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