Dealing with organizational change when implementing EHR systems

Anne Marie Høstgaard, Christian Nøhr

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Abstract

The article is based upon a case study carried out at Skejby Hospital in Denmark. The research shows that the employees have some expectations when implementing an EHR system, thus hospital management provided the organization with important information before the implementation of a new EHR system.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMedinfo 2004 : proceedings of the 11th world congress on medical informatics
EditorsMarius Fieschi, Enrico Coiera, Yu-Chuan Jack Li
PublisherIMIA
Publication date2004
Pages631-634
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventThe 11th world congress on medical informatics - San Francisco, United States
Duration: 7 Sep 200411 Sep 2004
Conference number: 11

Conference

ConferenceThe 11th world congress on medical informatics
Number11
CountryUnited States
CitySan Francisco
Period07/09/200411/09/2004

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Organizational change
Hospital management
Denmark
Employees

Keywords

  • organizational change
  • EHR
  • EHR systems
  • change readiness
  • health care
  • EHR implementation
  • Skejby Hospital
  • Denmark
  • case study
  • electronic health care

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Høstgaard, A. M., & Nøhr, C. (2004). Dealing with organizational change when implementing EHR systems. In M. Fieschi, E. Coiera, & Y-C. Jack Li (Eds.), Medinfo 2004 : proceedings of the 11th world congress on medical informatics (pp. 631-634). IMIA.
Høstgaard, Anne Marie ; Nøhr, Christian. / Dealing with organizational change when implementing EHR systems. Medinfo 2004 : proceedings of the 11th world congress on medical informatics. editor / Marius Fieschi ; Enrico Coiera ; Yu-Chuan Jack Li. IMIA, 2004. pp. 631-634
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Høstgaard AM, Nøhr C. Dealing with organizational change when implementing EHR systems. In Fieschi M, Coiera E, Jack Li Y-C, editors, Medinfo 2004 : proceedings of the 11th world congress on medical informatics. IMIA. 2004. p. 631-634